We all like to think we can tolerance our parts in accordance with ASME Y14.5, but the tolerancing game isn’t always as easy as it seems!
Brave CAD users submitted annotated assemblies with the goal of using GD&T to satisfy design requirements. Ryan Gelotte, CTO of Action Engineering, and Stephen Werst, Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy at Sigmetrix, teamed up to share their expert analysis of the GD&T principles involved.
“Excellent review by the presenters. The functional approach in datum feature assignment as opposed to Inspection view of datums was a highlight for me. Thank you for the hackathon. Please do more of these type of events.” Patrick Wabwire, Parker
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.