ASME Webinar: Y14.46: A New GD&T Standard for Additive Manufacturing

ASME Standards and Certification Offers Complimentary Webinar


Topic:   Introducing Y14.46: A New Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Standard (GD&T) for Additive Manufacturing Design Consistency
Date:    Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Time:    1:00 pm EST (1 hour)
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Join Jennifer Herron, Chair of the ASME Y14 Subcommittee 46 on Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing and CEO of Action Engineering, along with Remington Richmond, Y14.46 Standards and Certification Engineer, Standardization and Testing at ASME, for an open dialogue and discussion on how Additive Manufacturing (AM) design and manufacturing processes can potentially benefit from Y14.46.

In response to the growing use of Additive Manufacturing in global industries, ASME has developed a new GD&T draft standard that applies to parts and assemblies designed in AM environments.

Y14.46 – 2017, Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing, presents definitions of terms and features that are unique to additive manufacturing technologies and includes recommendations for uniform specifications in product definition data sets and related documents. It is an extension of ASME’s widely used Y14.5 standard, which for years has provided engineers with the fundamental language for drafting and designing products and systems.

“We’ve worked with an amazing group of industry experts to provide a first draft of 3D-based (MBD) standards that extend existing ASME Y14 standards. For those currently producing drawings for 3D printing (Additive Manufacturing) we are eager for you to review the standard and provide feedback. Thanks to the National Institute of Standards and Technology for their amazing support of this standard,” said Jennifer Herron.

Who Should Participate:
Mechanical, design, drafting, production and manufacturing engineers quality assurance and control personnel involved in Additive Manufacturing / 3-D Printing; plus engineering supervisors and department heads across a broad range of Additive manufacturers – especially those with extended, global supply chains.

We invite you to join us on the webinar and participate in the conversation – register now!

About The Presenters

Jennifer Herron
CEO of Action Engineering
ASME Chair of the Y14.46 Subcommittee on Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing

Jennifer Herron is the CEO of Action Engineering, a registered Women-Owned Small Business. Ms. Herron serves on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as chair of the ASME Y14.46 Subcommittee on Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing and is a committee member of ASME Y14.41.1 Digital Product Definition Data: Model Organization Schema Practices, and ASME Y14.37 Composite Part Drawings. Including a patent for a snake propulsion mechanism, Ms. Herron has extensive experience with hardware design for flight satellite systems and military robot platforms. She is an expert in multiple CAD packages (e.g., Creo, NX, SOLIDWORKS) and is the author of Re-Use Your CAD: The Model-Based CAD Handbook, published in 2013.

Jennifer Herron
CEO, Action Engineering
12081 W Alameda Pkwy #455
Lakewood, CO 80228
Phone: (720) 595-4794
contact@action-engineering.com

Remington Richmond
Y14.46 Standards and Certification Engineer, Standardization and Testing

Remington Richmond earned a BE in Mechanical Engineer from the City College of New York. From there, Remington worked as a Design Engineer for Flair Display, where he was the lead engineer. Currently, Remington is a Standards and Certification (S&C) Engineer for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) managing the development and revision of various engineering codes and standards.

Remington Richmond
S&C Engineer, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Two Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Phone: (212) 591-8404
richmondrs@asme.org

2 thoughts on “ASME Webinar: Y14.46: A New GD&T Standard for Additive Manufacturing

    • Hi Marc, this webinar was coordinated by ASME. Please reach out to Remington Richmond at ASME (richmondrs@asme.org) to inquire.

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