Improve your communication with designers, customers and suppliers by understanding the language of Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances. In this one day course you will review the fundamental concepts of GD&T that allow you to communicate simply and precisely what a fabricated part should look like and how to measure and inspect it.
Who should attend this class:
Automotive, Aerospace, Mechanical, and industrial engineers who design metal, plastic or ceramic fabricated parts, products, or assemblies or need to interpret the drawings for same.
Manufacturing Engineers and Manufacturing or machining process engineers
Quality professionals involved with inspecting, root cause analysis, or corrective/preventive action of fabricated parts or assemblies.
Dan Bauer is an ASME Certified Senior GD&T Professional and Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt (CSSMBB), holds a Master of Science in Industrial Operations and is fluent in Spanish.
Dan has experience supporting over 450+ different product design and manufacturing launch programs in the past 25+ years in North America, Europe, and Asia, he specializes in providing training and engineering services in the areas of Dimensional Management, Six Sigma, Design for Lean Six Sigma, design, engineering, quality, performance and process improvement, and productivity.
He has consulted and provided training for over 250 different customers in the automotive, aerospace/aviation, robotics, consumer products/durable goods, telecommunications, defense, health care, medical devices, agricultural and construction, power transmission and distribution, oil and gas and energy industries.
Registration: Please register at Eventbrite
July 01 – July 31 ASQ Member $240 Non-ASQ Member $275
Aug 1 – Aug 7 ASQ Member $250 Non-ASQ Member $300
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
8:00 Sign In
8:30 Class Begins
10:15 10:30 Break
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
2:45 – 3:00 Break
5:00 Class ends
The class will be held in Building C at National Instruments. Attendees will enter the campus through the main gate off the Southbound Mopac Access Road (between Duval and Braker Lane).
Follow the signs to Building C parking. Basically, you turn right to enter campus. Take the first right and then turn right into the parking lot. There is a surface visitor parking area. Once that fills, you can proceed into the parking garage where there is plenty of parking.
After you exit your car, you can cross the street and enter the NI lobby to check in with security.
Maximum Number of registrants = 80
1.0 RU’s per student
For questions, please contact:
Jim Johnstone (email@example.com)
Norma Antunano (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PDF file to share with your organization: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Flyer