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GD&T for the Plastics Industry Public Seminar

Course Description: The dimensioning and tolerancing of molded parts offers special challenges. The ASME Y14.5 and Y14.8 internationally recognized standards provide the solutions if you know where to look. This intense 2 day seminar will guide you through the current Standard to discover how best to make GD&T work for you on your plastic parts.

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Numerous examples of fully dimensioned and toleranced plastic parts will be included.

  • Course Outline:
  • Establishing datums for parts with draft
  • Restraint notes
  • How to address
  • Wall thickness, draft, ejector pins, flash, gates
  • Minimally dimensioned drawings
  • Tolerancing the CAD model
  • General notes
  • Additional Information:
  • Customizing is available
  • We prefer working with your prints when possible
  • Free phone, FAX or email consultation is
  • available following the course
  • All courses are taught in accordance with the internationally
  • recognized ASME standards unless requested otherwise

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