Training Geometrical Product Specification for engineers
After completing the training Geometrical Product Specification for engineers you will be able to indicate and apply symbols for form, orientation, location and run-out tolerances. You will also learn to apply standards in relation to manufacturability and the cost aspects.
Content training Geometrical Product Specification for engineers
- GPS 1 Intro; Terms and definitions, ISO 1101, ISO 8015, ISO 14405-1, ISO 14253-1, fundamentals and basic rules.
- GPS 2 Tolerances of form and profile; ISO-1101 straightness, flatness, roundness, cylindricity, profile of a line, profile of a surface.
- GPS 3 Datums; ISO 5459 Degrees of Freedom, need of a datum, datum system, partial datums, common datums.
- GPS 4 orientation and location tolerances, ISO 1101, ISO 5458, parallelism, perpendicularity, angularity, position, concentricity, coaxiality, symmetry.
- GPS 5 run-out tolerances, ISO 1101, circular run-out, total run-out, radial, axial, with defined orientation.
- GPS 6 Maximum material requirement, minimum material requirement and reciprocity requirement ISO 2692
- GPS 7 General tolerances ISO 2768-1, ISO 2768-2, ISO 13920, minimal dimensioning, modell based definition, PMI.
- GPS 8 Non ridged parts ISO 10579
- GPS 9 Surface roughness and surface imperfections ISO 1302, ISO 8785, ISO 13715 most common roughness, roughness and function, indication requirements surface imperfections, rounding and chamfering
During the training Geometrical Product Specification for engineers we practise with drawings from our own work environment.