Join us for a 3D CIC: Home Edition virtual event on March 3, 2021, to continue our CAD Hackathon discussion! Bring your GD&T questions for live Q&A with the experts.
The discussion continues with a demonstration of GD&T Advisor! GD&T Advisor provides expert guidance on the correct application of GD&T by guiding users through the application of GD&T from within the CAD environment, ensuring standards compliance while greatly improving productivity.
Ryan Gelotte, CTO of Action Engineering, and Stephen Werst, Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy at Sigmetrix, recorded a demonstration of using the tool to apply functional GD&T in Creo for the CAD Hackathon door hinge.
Watch the GD&T Advisor video now, then join Ryan & Stephen for live Q&A. Bring your GD&T questions for an open discussion with the experts!
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
9:30 am Mountain ᛫ 11:30 am Eastern
Stephen Werst, Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy for Sigmetrix, has over 25 years of experience in product design for dimensional variation and product management. His earlier work at Texas Instruments and Raytheon Systems as a mechanical engineer in the Tolerancing Center for Excellence laid the technical foundation for his expertise in the fields of variation analysis, GD&T, and Design for Six Sigma. His later work at Hewlett Packard as a software Product Manager established skills he uses today to help companies understand both the technical and business benefits achieved by the software Sigmetrix provides: CETOL 6σ, EZtol, and GD&T Advisor.
Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy
Ryan Gelotte is the Chief Technology Officer of Action Engineering. He is certified as an ASME Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional (GDTP) at the 2009 Senior Level. He holds degrees in Plastics Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. His career over the years has included a focus on all aspects of plastic part design and manufacturing, including mold design, as well as expertise of PTC’s various CAD and PLM systems. In fact, Ryan started his career as an Applications Engineer for PTC from 1998-1999 and, over the years, has provided training, support, and consulting services with PTC’s products for several companies. His experience in engineering systems, product design, and manufacturing have been instrumental in preparing him for the many challenges that come with implementing a Model-Based Enterprise. He enjoys the many challenges inherent to the engineering discipline and thrives off of finding new and better ways to accomplish superior results both in engineering and manufacturing operations by defining Model-Based processes.
Action Engineering is hosting a series of free virtual events for the MBE community. These sessions leading up to 3D CIC feature industry experts, vendor interviews, and group discussions. Find out more at 3DCIC.com.