We’re pleased to announce our third and final MBD Using Modern GD&T course for 2020. This class has proved highly valuable to engineering professionals interested in expanding their knowledge of Model-Based Definition (MBD) and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T). MBD Using Modern GD&T will take place December 8-10, 2020 in Golden, Colorado.
Jennifer Herron, CEO of Action Engineering, and Scott Neumann, Senior Partner and Chief Project Engineer at Technical Consultants Inc., will co-instruct the course. They have several segments planned which will include a variety practical exercises you can work through using your own computer and your preferred CAD software program. That’s correct: we are teaching in a CAD agnostic environment.
“I highly recommend this course if one wants to learn GD&T of the future and leverage digital technology fully.”
– Anthony Jenkins, Manufacturing Technology Centre
Following is a snippet of what’s on tap for this course, links for more details, and registration opportunities.
Dates: December 8-10, 2020
Location: Golden, Colorado
Course Fee: $1,495 pp
Savings: $100 pp when registering 5 people or more from the same company
Equipment: Bring your own laptop (we’ll have power towers + WiFi)
Inclusions: Click Here for all the details
For good MBD, you need proper GD&T. Drawings are okay, but MBD is better. If you’ve dipped your toes into Model-Based Definition, then you know the devil is in the details. GD&T and MBD experts will guide you through the What, Why, and How of Model-Based Definition and the right way to apply GD&T for MBD.
You Will Learn:
- The What, Why, and How of Model-Based Definition
- GD&T the Right Way for Model-Based Definition – how to implement the latest offerings of the ASME Y14.5-2018 standard
Who Should Attend?
Engineering professionals in any industry segment presently working in or interested in learning more about:
- Model-Based Definition (MBD)
- Model-Based Enterprise (MBE)
- Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)
- Digital Product Definition
- Technical Data Packages
- Digital Manufacturing
- Digital Twin
We’ve also had undergraduate engineering students join us. They report they’ve learned more over three days than they have across an entire course term.
Ready for all the details? Click Here for the full course agenda and registration.
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