Geomotric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
This course is a study of the geometric controls set forth in ASME standard Y14.5-1994-Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course the student will demonstrate a beginners level ability to interpret a symbolic language used on engineering drawings to communicate geometric information.
- Course Outline:
- 1. Introduction-a. Size b. Form c. Orientation d. Location
- 2. Datums-a. Symbols b. Planes as datums c. Order of precedence d. Cylinders as datums e. Position Evaluating/Position Error f. MMC-RFS Datums g. Angular Orientation h. Widths as datums i. Datum targets
- 3. Position-a. Introduction/Concepts b. Comparison with +/- c. Material Condition Modifiers d. Position Evaluating/Position Error e. Composite tolerancing f. Projected tolerance zones
- 4. Size & Form-a. Relationship between size and form b. Tolerance zones c. Inspection techniques
- 5. Orientation-a. Plane surfaces b. Tolerance zones c. Inspection techniques
- 6. Profile & Runout-a. Tolerance zones b. Inspection techniques
- 7. Project Presentations
Register by: One week prior to start of class.
Cost: *$ member/*$ non-member
*Cost does not include books. Books are approximately $ and can be ordered by participant or by MA and participants can be billed for both the class and the books.
Payment must accompany non-member registration. Make checks payable to MASCPA. Cancellation Policies Apply: Substitutions may be made any time. Cancellations within five business days of the session will be charged. No shows will be charged.