GDT: Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (EMS106)

16 March 2017 - 17 March 2017

INTRODUCTION
WHAT IS GD&T? WHY USE GD&T?
GD&T or Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing is a system of symbols developed to communicate precise design requirements on an engineering drawing. Realising what a critical element GD&T is in the quality process, more and more companies are getting their engineers equipped with the knowledge on this system.

If you are involved in design and manufacturing or are considering the GD&T training, we strongly encourage you to read on. This might be just the perfect training for YOU!! …

OBJECTIVES
At the end of this course, the attendees will be able to:
• Understand the standard practices for stating Dimensioning, tolerancing and related standards in engineering drawings
• Communicate a clear and concise 3D mathematical language regarding product definition
• Apply the basic procedures in GD & T requirements
• Comply with ANSI Y 14.5-1973, ANSI Y 14.5M-1982 and ASME Y 14.5M-1994 requirements in drawing of products

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO GD&T
• The history and need for GD&T

MODULE 2: BASIC DRAWING PRACTICES
• Various types of lines, sections, views etc.
• Dimensioning methods
• Introducing true position dimension method

MODULE 3: TOLERANCING
• Dimensioning and stack up tolerancing
• How is tolerance selected
• Introducing positional tolerance

MODULE 4: GEOMETRIC
• Introducing the various geometric symbols and definitions
• GD&T rules

MODULE 5: MATERIAL CONDITIONS
• Maximum Material Condition
• Least Material Condition
• Regardless of Feature Size Condition

MODULE 6: DATUM
• Datum Construction
• Introducing various datum situations

MODULE 7: GD&T INTERPRETATIONS
• Form Tolerances
• Orientation Tolerances
• Profile Tolerances
• Run Out Tolerances
• Location Tolerances

METHODOLOGY
The course will be conducted in the form of Workshop, Lectures, Case studies, Practical and exercises to calculate the Drawing and Tolerancing of Part Design for participant’s application and examples.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Machine operators, technicians and engineers and those who are involved in Design and Interpretation of Mechanical Drawings

TRAINER’S PROFILE
SIEW CHIEW LOON, a sought after trainer in the technical field, has an experience of more than 13 years in the area of machine designs, process and equipment development, product mechanical tolerancing as well as product transfer. He has worked for various multinationals in the past 13 years as Senior Engineer, Development Engineering Director, Manufacturing Engineering Director and is currently an Engineering Director with a fibre optic technology company.

Siew has also been involved in a large number of training courses in the fields of GD&T, Jigs and Fixtures Designs, DFMA, Machine and Process Capability Studies, Phenomenon Analysis as well as CAM Design since the last 7 years. Many engineers from the MNCs have benefited from his training. He holds a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (Hons), UTM.


Sim Lam Thong (TQC & TPM, 5S/6S, Project Management Consultant) has more than 23 years of vigorous involvement in TQC/TPM/5S/6S activities, Statistical Application, GD&T, Problem Solving and Project Management training. He has a lot of "Hands on" and practical experience on SPC/ SQC/ QCC/ TQC/ TPM/ TS16949 implementation, statistical application for industry’s measurement and part tolerancing, 5S/TQC/TPM audit and providing in-house consultation services to many local and overseas companies.

He specializes in Quality, GD&T, 5S/6S, TQC, SPC, 6σ quality implementation, Productivity and TPM training/consultation, Industrial Statistics Application and Design of Experiments Training and implementation. He has vigorously involved in implementing and developing 5S/TQC/QCC/TPM Activities in many local multinational and has presented many technical working papers in local and international Quality Conventions such as ICQCC in Hong Kong, Japan and others. He has been conducting training for many multinationals such as Renesas Semiconductor, Hitachi Metals, Hitachi Consumer Products (KL), ICI Products (M) S/B, Hewlett Packard, Acer Computers, Mabuci Motors, VDO, B Braun Medical Industries, Fairchild Semiconductor, Motorola Penang, ACM Chemical, Seagate Penang, Hong Yuen (Hong Kong) and many local companies such as Daibochi (M) S/B (Melaka), Malaysian Rubber Gloves, Belton Industries etc. He has also help Hitachi Semiconductor and Hewlett Packard (M) S/B won the Malaysian National Champion in National QCC Convention in 1995, 1996 & 1997.

Prior to working as a consultant he has been working as a TPM/TQM Manager for a large multinational company for 12 years. He has been actively working with engineers to solve engineering and designing problems and application of statistics.

He is currently the TQC/TPM, 6σ Quality, Statistics, 5S and Management Consultants for Shin Etsu Handotai (Shah Alam), Osram, On Semi, Agilent, Samsung Corning, Unisem, Linear Semiconductor, Tessy Plastics (Shanghai), Diethlm Aluminium Works (Singapore), Matsushita Electronic Motor, Renesas, Seagate Penang, Carsem Semiconductors and TFP Plastics. Areas covered including Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), TQC, Measurement Uncertainty & Calibration implementation, Statistical application for 6 sigma and Continuous Improvement. He has also been a 5S consultant for Malayan Flour Manufacturing (MFM) Groups of companies.

He possesses a B.Sc. Ed. (Hons.) (Mathematics/Physics) and M. Sc. (Taguchi Experimentation) both from USM, Penang. He can communicate in English, Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin with major dialects such as Cantonese and Hokkien.

DURATION
2 days

COURSE FEE
Program 100% Claimable under SBL Khas and SBL Scheme
PSDC Members: RM 880/pax
Non-Members: RM 980/pax

*All prices listed above are subjected to GST effective 1st April 2015