Achieving successful mechanical assemblies in a decentralized production context has its challenges, especially with respect to the quality control of parts. More than ever, engineering teams must be able to agree on a uniform process for describing acceptable geometric variations in a product, which is why they use geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T). However, this universal language is often misinterpreted, which can have significant impacts at the assembly stage.
Join us on Thursday, May 28 at 1 p.m. EDT for a technical webinar to learn more about the different aspects to consider when selecting datums on a part in order to define a functional reference frame.
What you will learn
- Datum selection process
- Introduction to the concept of degrees of freedom (isostatism) and datum sequencing (primary, secondary, tertiary)
- The key features of a functional datum system along with compelling applications on real case studies
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