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geometric tolerancing exam

geometric tolerancing exam

geometric tolerancing exam

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I am interested in studying for the geometric tolerancing exam per Y14.5 M. Is there any recommended sites or study guides? Thank you in advance. Bill B.

William H. Bernhart, P.E.
 
 
I work as a development engineer for AMP - Tyco Electronics located near Harrisburg, PA. I help design interconnections and electrical connectors for aerospace applications.

RE: geometric tolerancing exam

Bill:

I have two references I feel are excellent:

One is Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing - Based on ANSI/ASME Y14.5M-1994 by David A. Madsen

The other book I have is a workbook that I was given when our office took a class on GD&T.  Source is:
Al Neumann
Technical Consultants, Inc.
585 Gunwale Lane
Longboat Key, FL  34228-3709
Ph:  941-383-4283

Hope this helps and good luck.

Scott

RE: geometric tolerancing exam

Bill,

I have more references that should be helpfull.

Robert H. Nickolaisen, has a "GD&T Certification Preparations Study Guide", checkout his website, www.des-gdt.com

Alex Krulikowski, he is another with reference material on the subject of GD&T, website, www.etinews.com

Don Day, checkout his website, www.tec-ease.com

I hope this helps, I myself will be taking the Senior Level test shortly.

Ed

RE: geometric tolerancing exam

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Thank you!!!

William H. Bernhart, P.E.
 
 
I work as a development engineer for AMP - Tyco Electronics located near Harrisburg, PA. I help design interconnections and electrical connectors for aerospace applications.

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