The 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
The 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, manufacturing tolerance, and inspection requirements. Unfortunately, none of it is as easy or intuitive as we would like.
If you are haunted by unresolved GD&T problems, blueprint interpretation, Model-Based Definition (MBD) questions, or dimensional inspection issues—or if your staff could use training in these areas, from refresher level to advanced, TMAC can help.
Attendees are encouraged to submit, in advance of the event, examples or even instances from their work, scrubbed of any sensitive or proprietary information, that they would like to discuss or have critiqued.
Who Should Attend:
Blueprints are legal instruments of record. Business Owners, Operation Managers, Engineers, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Professionals, and Inspection Personnel are all affected by what the blueprint says and means.
(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm CST
TMAC Event Center: 1600 E. Pioneer Parkway, Suite 430, Arlington, TX 76010
TMAC Business Advisors