March 2011 Newsletter Title

November-December, 2011 IIGDT is again collaborating with regional training centers and laboratories in New Zeeland, Australia and India. Focusing on our courses in Eight Tracks to GD&T Expertise starting with:

Introduction to Mechanical Drawings and GD&T
GD&T Intermediate Principles
GD&T Advanced Applications

These courses are the foundation to understanding and implementing GD&T throughout the job function starting with design through acceptance in inspection. Add to that the importance of manufacturing being a new global presence and you can understand the importance of speaking the same GD&T language.

The next step in the 8-Tracks to GD&T Expertise program is to collaborate the Mechanical Drawing and it's intent of applying GD&T. Followed with GD&T - Intermediate Principles Seminar that provides a foundation for the understanding, and interpretation, of mechanical drawings using linear tolerancing and GD&T in the design, manufacture and inspection of parts.

Do you have a business relationship
outside the US?
Production Chain Bringing your suppliers into the GD&T fold is a valuable tool for any company that reaches beyond its border for products and services. When everyone in the production chain is speaking GD&T with the same understanding and intent, problems just become easier to identify and correct.

Looking for information on bringing suppliers along through GD&T training or to provide in-house training programs?

Drop us a note requesting information here.

Visit our GD&T Seminar Schedule Page!

Seminar Series 
IIGDT has added several new dates for the informative GD&T Series!
IIGDT has developed the simplified GD&T Series built upon years of proven experience in training new users in the fundamental to advanced topics. Whether you are new, or an experienced user of GD&T, there is a Seminar level designed for you.


Contact Information:

Dr. Greg Hetland
Phone: (612) 670-9311
Fax: (612) 395-5405

12159 Quail Ave., Lane N
Stillwater, MN 55082