ETI's Introduction to Statistical Tolerance Stacks Workshop
a training quote
- Intro to Statistical
Tolerance Stacks Workshop - (Concept driven)
design, layout, assembly, checking and inspection teams.
This introduction to statistical tolerance stacks builds upon
the methods taught in the Tolerance
Stacks Using GD&T course.
- Who Should
This workshop is a valuable tool for individuals who create or
interpret engineering drawings: product and gage designers; process,
product, and manufacturing engineers; supplier quality engineers;
CMM operators; buyers/purchasers; checkers; inspectors; technicians;
and sales engineers.
The workshop is based on a series of goals and objectives. The
course includes a brief review of several terms used in statistical
stacks. It explains four methods for applying statistics to tolerance
stacks and covers precautions about when and how to use statistics
in stacks. The course ends with several stacks for the student
to practice applying statistical methods.
CEUs will be awarded for successful completion of the course.
Please be aware that this is not an introductory course. In
order to understand the course content, you should have completed
the Tolerance Stacks Using GD&T course.
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A copy of Statistical Tolerance Stacks, by Alex Krulikowski
An official certificate of completion
Covers the concepts involved in statistical tolerance stacks in
a one-day course. Topics covered include:
- The terminology
used with statistical tolerance stacks
- Common statistical
tolerance stacks methods
- Using the
RSS method for calculating statistical tolerance stacks
- Using the
realistic method for calculating statistical tolerance stacks
the RPL method to statistical tolerance stacks
- The Monte
Carlo method for use on tolerance stacks
- The precautions
needed when using statistical tolerance stacks
statistical tolerance stacks
attend our workshops walk away with more than knowledge. They gain
on-the-job skills because our materials are performance-based, and
each workshop approaches the subject from a design perspective.
For more onsite workshop information or to request
a custom quote package contact a GD&T account executive
at 1-800-886-0909, email email@example.com,
or use our online training
quote request form.