Practice interpreting GD&T on industrial drawings can help you interpret GD&T on the job. ETI’s Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Workbook, by Alex Krulikowski provides hours of practice applying GD&T skills to engineering drawings.
The 204-page workbook can be used in the classroom as a reinforcement to ETI’s Fundamentals of GD&T course. It can also be used after the class is complete, because interpreting actual drawings will give students extra practice applying concepts taught in the classroom.
Product goal: The GD&T Workbook enhances student skills by providing practice on each concept from our fundamentals of GD&T course. Questions refer to content in the Fundamentals of GD&T textbook, and are designed to let you gain practice using GD&T in the same manner you would on the job. Drawings include adaptors, retainers, shafts, plates, pulleys, housings, and more.
The Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Workbook can be used:
This book is a valuable tool for: Designers; product, manufacturing,
and quality engineers; CMM operators; checkers
Skill level needed: Student should have taken ETI's Engineering Drawing Requirements course or have a basic understanding of engineering drawings.
Product highlights: The GD&T Workbook is the perfect companion to ETI’s Fundamentals of GD&T textbook. It reinforces the goals and objectives taught in the book as you work through more than 450 practice problems. You’ll gain experience with typical industrial engineering drawings as you learn to apply GD&T concepts through questions that apply specifically to the drawings. Every goal and objective in the Fundamentals of GD&T textbook is covered in this incisive student workbook, making it the perfect supplement for classroom instruction. Exercise questions cover:
• Interpreting Engineering Drawings
• Understanding Why GD&T is Superior to Coordinate Tolerancing
• Recognizing Key Terms
• Identifying Modifiers and Symbols Used in GD&T
• Understanding Rules #1 and #2
• Recognizing GD&T Concepts
• Interpreting Flatness, Straightness, Circularity, and Cylindricity
• Specifying and Interpreting Planar Datums, Datum Targets, and Size Datums (RFS and MMC)
• Interpreting Perpendicularity, Angularity, Parallelism, and Position (RFS/MMC/LMC)
• Drawing Cartoon Gages
• Interpreting Tolerance of Position Special Applications
• Calculating Part Distances and Fastener Formulas
• Interpreting Concentricity, Symmetry, Circular Runout, Total Runout
• Interpreting Profile Tolerancing, Profile of a Surface, and Profile of a Line
Package includes: Workbook with actual
part drawings to use when answering questions about geometric controls,
so students gain realistic experience with industry drawings.
Format: The student workbook includes 28 sections with over 450 practice problems that help you learn the terms, symbols, modifiers, rules, and basic concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing as prescribed by ASME Y14.5M-1994.