Discover the latest dimensioning and tolerancing tools. Identify the major pitfalls of traditional coordinate tolerancing and how they may be overcome by using geometric tolerancing. Starting with your basic blueprint knowledge, you can learn the symbols, terminology, and rules of geometric tolerancing. Who Should Attend? Persons who use GD&T to design, produce, and inspect parts; quality, manufacturing, and design engineers; drafters; blueprint readers; machinists; supervisors; and persons who deal with machining parts or interpret drawings.
Prerequisite: Advanced experience with blueprint reading
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