Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
ISO-ASME/GD&T with coordinate techniques
- Proper interpretation of measurement results
- Thorough knowledge of the differences between ASME and ISO standards
- Acquiring skills of designing and optimizing the process of manufacturing goods
- Knowledge in the field of Coordinate Measuring Technique and the available measuring instruments
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- A certificate of completion in 2 languages – Polish and English
- Educational aids: scripts
- Access to specialist magazines and technical literature
- Writing aids (pen, notebook)
- A bag of company gadgets
- Complete care of idividually assigned customer service person
- Participant Cards with discounts to partner restaurants / pubs in Gliwice
day 2 h. 9.00 - 16.00
day 3 h. 9.00 - 16.00
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- Standardization in engineering drawing:
- According to the American standard ASME Y14.5-2009
- According to the requirements of the ISO GPS system – international standards
- Classification of dimensions. Dimensioning tolerances. General tolerancing.
- Tolerance and interference fit
- Dimension chains and operations on toleranced dimensions
- Classification and structure of GPS standards (Geometrical Product Specification).
- Overview of the basic terms used in both standards
- Division and classification of geometrical tolerances
- Structure of ISO and ASME standards
- Symbols and basic modifiers
- Rules for interpretation of requirements for geometrical tolerances.
- Independence principle according to ISO
- Rule #1 – „Perfect form At MMC”
- Dimension interpretation
- Maximum material requirement (M), least material requirement (L) and reciprocity requirement (R).
- The border of maximum and least material requirement
- Virtual condition for maximum material requirement
- M, L and R modifiers
- Shape tolerances.
- Methods of evaluating deviations of shape
- Straightness, flatness, circularity and cylindricity tolerances
- Coating requirement and shape tolerance
- Symbols, position of the symbol base, bases – RFS requirement, bases – MMC requirement
- Partial bases.
- Direction tolerances.
- Perpendicularity, parallelism and angularity tolerance
- Maximum material requirement with dimension tolerances
- Geometric tolerances.
- Position tolerances: point position tolerance, line position tolerance, element array position tolerance, tolerancing by compound tolerances and combined tolerances
- External tolerance limit
- Concentricity and alignment tolerance, symmetry tolerance
- Free state tolerancing and others
- Shape tolerances for the determined outline or surface.
- Shape tolerances of the defined outline
- Shape tolerance of the defined surface
- Radial and axial run-out tolerances
- Run-out tolerances in the defined direction
- Total run-out tolerances
- Used symbols
- Differences in terms and symbols
- Examples of specifying requirements on technical drawings. Interpretation of records, calculating resultant and adjustment dimensions
- Principle of coating – verifying compliance/non-compliance of products in case of the selected examples
- Shape tolerance of the defined surface – selecting proper tolerance records
- Maximum material limit – MML calculations
- Maximum material principle – analysis of examples and applications
- Tolerance components analysis
- Analysis of geometric deviations for the selected examples
- Analysis of the examples of constructions and technical drawings
- Problem shooting and doing exercises in groups, discussion
Classrooms and laboratories are air-conditioned, large and spacious. Workstations for the participants have been fitted with specialist equipment. The participants have at their disposal tools used in the industrial metrology and additionally - a coordinate measuring machine and measuring arm.
Participants of the training course have at their disposal the following tools: calipers, micrometers, altimeters and measuring balls.
Coordinate measuring machineZEISS ACCURA coordinate measuring machine Characteristics of the performed measurements:
- measurement range of the device: 900x1200x700mm
- measurement uncertainty MPE_P=1.7um
- faster selection of the optimal solution and saving of costly retooling of the machine thanks to using the MASS system (Multi Application System Sensor)
- MASS allows using both active scanning central head, heads that can be mounted in the tilting rotary joints with passive scanning head, as well as optical scanning heads
- It features scanning measuring head Zeiss VAST-XT
Measuring armMCAx measuring arm with scanning head MMDx100:
- Measurement range: 2 m
- Point repeatability: +/- 30 um
- Capacity accuracy: 42 um
- Measurement probes: 15 mm, 6 mm, 3mm
- The device is fitted with a laser scanner (scanning head)
- Max. speed of gathering points, min. 50000 points/s
Our trainers are experienced engineers certified in the field of metrology by the leading producers of tools and coordinate machines – Zeiss / AUKOM / Nikon Metrology / DMG.
In addition, they provide consulting services and work as experts for renowned trade periodicals connected with industrial metrology and machining.
During trainings, their main focus is on passing knowledge of the real examples they have encountered in their professional work.
Our trainers are open to all suggestions made by the participants. It is very common that during trainings the group discusses the issues beyond the scope of the standard program that cover specific aspects of the students work.
Completed courses also lead to cooperation between EMT Systems Ltd. and representatives of industrial facilities in the following areas: projects, modernization and commissioning of the machine hydraulic systems and technological lines.
- a textbook: Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing ISO-ASME/GD&T with coordinate techniques compiled by the Engineering Training Center EMT-Systems Ltd. covering the material included in the program of the specific course.
The essential elements of the training courses organized by EMT-Systems are content, well-qualified trainers and modern equipment. However, as the Engineering Training Center we also pay attention to the highest quality of catering services.Each day of the course the participants receive:
- A two-course lunch – our cuisine is a combination of traditional, home-made meals known from the modern milk bars and dishes served in restaurants. Every day, there is a selection of soups and main courses.
- Unlimited access to our EMT Coffi Di‘Italian Espresso Bar. During short breaks in classes our students may use the fully stocked coffee bar:
- THERMOPLAN BW 4 – a professional Swiss coffee machine used in best cafes. You may choose the coffee you like best - Cappuccino, Espresso, Americano, Caffe Latte and Turkish Coffee.
- Traditional vending machine serving different types of coffees and hot beverages such as tea, hot chocolate or borscht.
- A selection of kettles, coffees and teas for self service.
- Sparkling and still mineral water, squash.
- A selection of cookies and fruit.