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The Least You Need to Know About Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
If you’ve looked at a shop drawing and encountered unfamiliar symbols, chances are you were looking at Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) annotations. For many of us, these annotations can turn what seemed to be the comfortable territory of shop blueprints into a completely alien landscape. The ANSI/ASME Y14.5 standard, popularly known as “GD&T,” is revered by those who understand it and feared by those who don’t. No matter which camp you are in, Y14.5 is here to stay, and for good reason. GD&T brings uniformity, precision, and unambiguous recording of design intent and manufacturing tolerance — though it certainly does so at a price.
This month's Learn @ Lunch will provide a broad and informative overview about GD&T and dispel some of the myths that surround the infamous "Gloom, Doom & Terror."
Who Should Attend:
Business Owners, Operations Managers, Engineers, Manufacturing Professionals, Inspection Personnel
All times are Eastern Time (unless otherwise specified)