AUKOM GD&T Training at Made to Measure

AUKOM GD&T

October 5th – 7th, 2020

  • Target group: Production metrologists, production engineers, developers, design engineers, QA heads
  • Prerequisites: For production metrologists: AUKOM 2 certificate recommended; For other target groups: None
  • Learning aims: The seminar provides in-depth knowledge on the topic of form & and positional tolerances in accordance with DIN ISO and ASME for advanced measuring technicians who work at interfaces to other departments and must communicate effectively. Design engineers, developers and production engineers gain an insight into the topic of form and positional tolerances from the viewpoint of the measuring technician who has to successfully implement the drawing specifications. An integrated understanding of measuring jobs and influencing parameters enables experts to communicate confidently with
  • Interdepartmental areas and reduce measuring uncertainties; measuring results become more reliable and easier to compare. The minimization of costs and waste is supported.
  • Course duration: 3 days
  • Completion: Certificate (There is no exam for AUKOM GD&T)

GD&T-1 Basic rules of the ISO system of Geometrical Product Specification (GPS-System) and ASME
Introduction, Basic rules of the Geometrical Product Specification (ISO GPS-System and ASME Y14.5)

GD&T-2 Function, Specification, Verification, Terms
Function – Specification, Tolerance zones, Extraction, Filtration, Association, Integral and derived feature, Specification – Verification

GD&T-3 Tolerances of form
Straightness of a line on a surface, Straightness of a median line,  Roundness, Flatness, Cylindricity, Profile of a line, Profile of a surface, Measuring of form deviations

GD&T-4 Sizes and Angles
Feature of sizes, Sizes and form deviation, Specification of sizes -ISO and ASME

GD&T-5 Datums and Datum Systems
Need of a datum, Degrees of freedom, Single datum, Common datum, Datum system

GD&T-6 Tolerances of orientation, location and run-out
Location, run-out deviations, Datum referencing, Orientation, Location, Run-out, Tolerances of orientation and location to derived features

GD&T-7 Tolerances of profile form
Definitions, Drawing indications, Examples

GD&T-8 Maximum Material Requirement
MMR – Maximum Material Requirement, Functional background, Symbology, Toleranced bore pattern

GD&T-9 Least Material Requirement and Reprocity Requirement
LMR – Least Material Requirement, Functional background, Symbology, Toleranced bore pattern, Reprocity requirement (ISO) and alternative in ASME

GD&T-10 Verification
Functional requirements and manufacturing conditions, Defaults of association in ISO and ASME, Examples

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