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Process Capable Tolerancing Course - PCT

March 18, 2005

Tec-Ease, Inc. announces a new course: Process Capable Tolerancing™(PCT)". This concept was featured in an article written by Tec-Ease, Inc.'s President, Don Day, in conjunction with Ken Swift and Martin Raines from Capra Technologies in the UK. "Process Capable Tolerancing (PCT)" provides a simplified way to help engineers design components and products that are robust in the area of process variation. This concept helps minimize the cost of rework, scrap, warranty, product-liability claims, and recalls.

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