National Physical Laboratory

Geometrical Tolerancing to BS 8888 and ISO standards - Level 1

Date:
05 March 2018 - 07 March 2018
Description:

A three day training course (to BS 8888 and ISO standards) intended for anyone who needs to understand the theory and practice of Geometrical Tolerancing (GD&T).

Aims & Objectives

Specifiers or designers will learn how to apply geometrical tolerancing in an consistent and systematic manner, ensure a specification is complete and avoid common mistakes; specification interpreters will learn how to read geometrical tolerances in a logical and systematic way, and recognise common errors and incomplete specifications.

When used correctly, the benefits of geometrical tolerancing include:

  • Improved productivity, reduced costs and enhanced quality
  • Larger tolerance zones and less ambiguous specifications
  • The facility to tolerance form and relationships such as coaxiality
  • Using datum structures that manufacturing and inspection can benefit from
  • Fewer disputes over compliance or non-compliance of components
  • Reducing scrap, re-work rates and fewer queries due to incomplete specifications

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Training Provider

This course is delivered by Iain Macleod Associates, NPL Approved Training Provider

Venue:

NPL, Teddington

Cost:

£1,050 +VAT per delegate
(cost covers course fees, course notes, lunch and refreshments)

Registration:

Please note that this course is now full

Contact:

Please email Iain Macleod

Web:

NPL Training

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