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Welcome to the SAE Cumberland Valley Section

The SAE Cumberland Valley Section is an outstanding resource for people involved in all aspects of the vehicle mobility industry in and around the cities of Frederick, Hagerstown, Chambersburg, York, Hanover, Shippensburg.

Some ways you can get involved:

  • Develop valuable career skills that will benefit you on the job through a leadership role
  • Offer a tour or event at your facility
  • Suggest ideas for future events or meeting topics
  • Connect with engineering students and young professionals in your region

Email us at ms020@email.sae.org

January 2015 GD&T Seminar
The SAE Cumberland Valley section is excited to announce its first event for 2015! A Geometric Dimensiong & Tolerancing Event will be held in January 2015, in the greater Hagerstown area. Anyone interested in attending this event should the SAE Cumberland Valley Section @ ms020@email.sae.org, to ensure there is space for all who want to attend. Our first session will be held to a maximum of 20 people. Gruesome Dreaded & Tedious… Ghastly Distressful & Tiresome…. Just a few of the nicer things you will hear when Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing is discussed.As we will see in this presentation, “interpretation” is not what is required, but rather “translation” or, as some prefer, “decoding”. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing is a language, shorthand, providing a powerful design tool that allows the designer to clearly communicate the design requirements to the shop floor for manufacture and inspection. Of course, languages often have dialects and this is where many people have problems with GD&T. The two major dialects are ANSI Y14.5M and ISO 1101, with generational differences depending upon the revision. This presentation will be tailored, as much as possible, to address those versions of GD&T being utilized by the attendees and highlight the differences between those versions and the latest releases.