Enhance design accuracy, maximize production, and save money with comprehensive GD&T training.
|Seminar Title||Date||Time||Class #||Fee||Room|
|Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Fundamentals||March 15, 17, & 19 (Mon/Wed/Fri)||9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.||25744||$649||Virtual Only|
*Price includes books and materials.
Do you need to learn how to understand, interpret, or apply GD & T on engineering drawings? If so, this class is for you. Rather than throw concepts at you, we will share concepts with you using industry examples so you feel confident when interacting with and applying the information to your company’s unique applications.
Companies use GD&T to specify how to control the functions of complex designs. If your company is large or small, it is essential to have the ability to communicate geometric tolerances clearly on your prints.
Course content will include:
- Introduction to Tolerancing (Rectangular/Size Tolerancing and GD&T
- Form Tolerances
- Orientation Tolerances
- Fundamentals of Positional Tolerances
- Runout and Profile Tolerances
- Industry Specific Parts and Assembly Analysis
- numerous examples and illustrations
- company part analysis
- Visuals of appropriate gaging and inspection methods
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Kelly Ryba is an LTC instructor that brings with her over 7 years of industry experience, 17 years of customized training, and 20 years of teaching experience. Kelly is also the lead instructor in our additive manufacturing initiatives including a full operational Fab Lab that incorporates 3D printing and scanning, lazer cutting and engraver as well as machining and fabrication processes. Her areas of expertise include Machine and Product Design, GD&T Basics and Advanced Principles, Tolerance Stack Up and Analysis, and she is WTCS certified in Math, Physics, and Mechanical Design. We are super proud to have Kelly as her education started with an Associates from Lakeshore Technical College in Mechanical Design but has since went on to complete her Bachelors of Science of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Milwaukee School of Engineering and her Master's in Business Administration from Cardinal Stritch, both located in Milwaukee, WI.