Cross-borders skills for several trades
Production workers, engineers and anyone involved in design or manufacturing need a common language to efficiently communicate the intended function of parts. The geometric dimensioning and tolerancing equipment and courseware is centered around the comprehension of GD&T and the validation of work pieces to ensure they are within specifications.
Because manufacturing is globalized, the training package covers the subtle differences between the two different versions of standards that exist: one mainly used in North America (ASME) often referred to as GD&T, and one mainly used in the rest of the world (ISO) often referred to as GPS, which stands for Geometrical Product Specifications.
Develop know-how applicable to the job market
Through hands-on activities, the Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) training package enables instructors to efficiently convey the required knowledge and skills related to GD&T. Comprehensive courseware offers a large range of exercises and projects arranged in a sequence of increasing complexity. This approach allows students to reinforce and expand their skills in a fluid way and improves transferability to the workplace. Guided exercises build basic know-how and confidence; realistic projects develop decision-making skills.
Build expertise with the right equipment
This training package includes industrial-grade measuring instruments, hardware and a set of parts that represent real-life consumer and industrial components carefully designed to challenge students’ GD&T skills in a variety of realistic scenarios. They allow the tools to be used to their fullest extent while providing multiple measurement opportunities. Parts are manufactured to ensure repeatability from one equipment set to another.
Whether you choose the Standard version which includes brand-name measuring instruments such as Mitutoyo and Starrett or the Value version with generic versions, the learning outcomes and student manuals and instructor guides remain the same.
Enhanced learning experience through Augmented Reality
Students use the free Festo Didactic AR app to visualize the features of parts in 3D from their home with smartphones or tablets. The app is compatible with Apple and Android devices.
The following specially designed parts represent real consumer and industrial applications:
Included measuring instruments
All the measuring instruments needed to perform the experiments:
A complete coverage of dimensional metrology
Although this training package does not require any other equipment, consider Festo’s TP 47220/47221 Basic Dimensional Metrology to enable beginners in the field to have a solid understanding of the fundamentals of dimensional metrology.
A gateway to quality control
Dimensional metrology symbols, tools and techniques are not only used in the design process of a part but are found in a lot of quality control activities. Consider Festo’s TP 47224 Quality control training package to round up the learning of your trainees and make them job ready.
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