Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) November 2021
A one day course focused on the interpretation and application of Manufacturing Engineering technical product specification, this covers both dimensional and geometrical tolerances (GD&T).
Wednesday 3rd November : held at Coventry University’s Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME)
. Candidate numbers are limited so that students receive appropriate time on engagement with the teaching team. The course is delivered through a variety of blended learning including lectures and activity sessions.
At a Glance
Date: 3rd November 2021
Audience: Measurement Technicians
Contact: Email the team
The course is designed to introduce the candidate to tolerances and good practice, covering drawing layout, basic tolerancing, the full suite of GD&T symbols, datum requirements and mainstream modifiers. On completion, the candidate will be able to interpret and apply geometrical dimensional tolerances to a component drawing or CAD model.
Learning outcomes include
- Knowledge of how tolerances are specified and good practice interpretation of both general and geometrical tolerances to national and international standards
- Understanding technical product specification, including layout and the full suite of GD&T symbols and common modifiers
- Application of datum requirements including the constraint and understanding of the six degrees of freedom
- Lectures: Presentations with group interaction and activities.
- Activity sessions: Hands-on user experience of a variety of measuring equipment and metrology tools.
- Discussions: Lecturer-led sessions and group discussions.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for Measurement Technicians : Inspectors : Production / Manufacturing / Quality / Design Engineers : Coordinate Measuring System programmers : Metrologists.
Upon completion, candidates will receive a : Coventry University Continuous Professional Development (CPD) : completion certificate from the Manufacturing Metrology Group