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  • This advanced in-depth course in GD&T is aimed to help the design, manufacturing and quality engineers to clearly interpret and apply the GD&T concepts in the individual parts as well as assemblies


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Duration |  10 Hours – 2hrs/day


  • Practicing engineers from Design, Manufacturing, Production/Tool Engineering and Quality with minimum of 2 years experience

  • Basic knowledge on Engineering drawings, limits fits & tolerances and GD&T


  • Attendance – 90% Min 

  • Assignment completion – 100%

  • Post-test assessment score – 70% Min


  • Industry Related examples for each geometric dimension

  • Videos and animation for better understanding

  • Sharing Best practices in production and inspection

  • Hands on exercises for finding the fits, bonus tolerance and stack up analysis

  • Design exercises pertaining to GD&T

  • Discussion on participants’ drawings


  • Introduction - Overview of GD&T

  • Review of various Geometric dimensions – Form, Orientation, Profile, Runout and Location tolerances – Interpretation, application and measurement techniques

  • Bonus tolerance working with M, L, S modifiers – Datum modifiers - Composite tolerances

  • Other modifiers P, F, T, CF, U etc. – Further explanation on profile tolerances (Unilateral, Unequally disposed, between points) – Envelope requirements (ISO 8015)

  • Product Design application exercises on GD&T – Design of mating parts – Calculation for fixed and floating fasteners

  • Manufacturing process design, Fixture and Gage design for GD&T – Application Exercises

  • Tolerance stack up analysis – Simple exercises on stack up

  • Overview of Taguchi methods – System design, Parameter design and 0.5 Tolerance design

  • GD&T applicable to machine tools – Importance – Measurement methods


By The End Of Course The Learner Will Be Able To:

  • Interpret various GD&T symbols and the modifiers

  • Explain the design intent of various GD&T specifications

  • Compute bonus tolerances based on the modifier symbols

  • Apply GD&T in designing parts and assemblies

  • Apply GD&T in manufacturing process, fixture and gage design

  • Perform simple tolerance stack up analysis

  • Understand the importance of Geometric specifications in machine tools

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