IIGDT Newsletter July 2014
 
 
In House Training with IIGDT

Dr. HetlandTravel to seminars often held in remote cities weighs heavily on the justification for training. Additional considerations are number of participants that require training to truly adopt GD&T across the companies landscape from design to purchasing and manufacturing finally reaching into the quality department. Plus to be totally effective, the gap between what your company understands of GD&T must also be in the vendors vocabulary so everyone is speaking the same.

The popularity of in-house sponsored training is on the increase. Training programs can be tailored and focused on your business where a general public seminar is broad based. IIGDT has delivered many in-house programs throughout the world. The basis for the 8-Tracks to GD&T Expertise can be a foundation and demonstrates a blueprint of who should be trained and why.

Finally, what better platform to bring your key personnel together with your vendors? Often the impact of proper GD&T compliance is not carried through all channels of manufacturing. Inspecting outside production should not be an exercise of inspecting in quality. Your suppliers are as key to your success as your own personnel.


IIGDT Minnesota Seminar Series - August - October 2014
Minnesota Seminar Locations
Minneapolis, MN Intro to Mechanical Drawings & GD&T
August 4-8 GD&T—Intermediate Principles
  GD&T—Advanced Applications
   
Minneapolis, MN Introduction to Dimensional Metrology
September 8-11 Applied Dimensional Metrology
   
Santa Clara, CA Executive Overview
September 17  
   
Minneapolis, MN Measurement Uncertainty
September 17-18  
   
Fargo, ND GD&T—Intermediate Principles
October 6-9 GD&T—Advanced Applications
   

If you would like to host a Seminar Series within your community or your company, please contact Dr. Greg Hetland for more information.

For our full schedule, visit our GD&T Seminar Schedule Page!


GD&T Chart per ASME Y14.5M-2009

IIGDT has released a new GD&T Symbol Chart supporting the ASME Y14.5-2009 standard. Since the original chart was issued based on the 1994 standard several changes have been implemented. In addition, the IIGDT chart provides clear and descriptive explanations for all symbols.

New for this year is the expanded use of 3D profile shown being applied to CAD models to demonstrate the effective use and interpretation of Profile call-outs.

Developed by Dr. Greg Hetland, this guide has been widely used in industry and can be found in many companies across the world.

Size: 24" (610 mm) x 36" (914 mm)

A Poster Paints a Thousand Words... Read about the History of the Chart here.

Visit the GD&T ASME Y14.5-2009 Chart on iigdt.com

GD&T Chart per ASME Y14.5M-2009

   
 
Dr. Greg Hetland

Phone: (651) 275-8952
Fax: (612) 395-5405

greg-hetland@iigdt.com
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