I enjoyed the course. It really helped me brush up on my geometric tolerancing. It was the next best thing to having you guys here giving the course.… Read more “Ed Rosienski”
I just wanted to thank you guys for your GREAT instruction and help! I passed my exam for Senior GDTP Certification!!!… Read more “Ryan Kelbey”
I had great response from Scott’s class. Comments I heard back was things such as: his explanations were very easy to understand, he did not try to over talk the material, his in class tools and presentation skills were excellent.… Read more “Jerry Hornback”
Technical Consultants Inc. has created a systematic training program for geometric dimensioning and tolerancing that brings engineering, manufacturing, and quality together with one technical language. … Read more “Dan Masters”
I have attended many training classes throughout my career, but I cannot recall a single instance when I learned more useful and practical information than last week. Thanks again for your help.… Read more “Kevin Devine”
I think that this was one of those rare training courses that allows you to go into your office on Monday with what you have learned and do your job more effectively.… Read more “Robert Snodgrass”
In my opinion, if you have not looked at their GeoTol training program and materials, then you and your company have been missing out on the most professional geometrics training available today.… Read more “Jim Jones”
Once again, thank you. Your teaching method is so effective. I now can learn GD&T without leaving my house. I love it.… Read more “Phe Do”
I would just like to congratulate you on your DVD training course in GD&T to the 2009 standard. It is very well done in a format that makes it logical and understandable.… Read more “Malkin Shaw”
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (Geo Tol) is a three dimensional international engineering language. It is the worldwide-accepted engineering language for communicating product definition. To insure the final product meets the original engineering blueprint specifications, everyone who makes or reads engineering drawings should be using geometric tolerancing methods to communicate.
Using Geo Tol will save your company money by reducing interpretation errors, increasing manufacturing tolerance and promoting efficiency and quality throughout the engineering, manufacturing and quality process. The current American National Standards on the subject are Dimensioning and Tolerancing, ASME Y14.5 - 2009 and Mathematical Definitions of Dimensioning and Tolerancing, ASME Y14.5.1M -1994 (R2004). In international standards, ISO 1101 defines the fundamental principles.