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Component Tolerance

March 16, 2014 in News Tags:

Clear and understandable a continuing education seminar presented on 26-27 June 2014 in Munich for automotive and mechanical engineering. Today, many companies are integrated in production networks as customer or contractor. Subject of the contract is the production of components in accordance with up-to-date standards (principle of determining drawing). In any technical field of work the knowledge and documentation base has changed but so like in appearance, dimension and tolerance of components. So have been revised in recent years about 50 standards or new appeared.

Motive was this CAD and digital coordinates measurement technology to adjust the execution quality of the production documents. About 76% of all designers think that they would have a deficit in the standard-compliant component design, and compensate for this. 80% of all problems are caused by a non-unique component design. The aim of the seminar is therefore the essential basics and relationships of today’s standards system (GPS, ISO 8015, ISO 1101, ISO 2692, ISO 5458, ISO 5459, ISI 14405 etc.) to impart practical. The fundamentals and skills are taught in the seminar-new standards in the component tolerance”among the participants be enabled to manufacture components for the new tolerance standards, vote assemblies and take into account efficiency considerations. Engineers, designers, production engineers, and QA specialists from machine -, vehicle – and machine construction are invited.

For details and registration see: W-H110-06-103-4 is the Haus der Technik (HDT) the oldest technical training Institute of in Germany outside the Rheinisch Westfalische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH) and partners of the universities of Bonn, Braunschweig, Duisburg-Essen, Munster and the Bremerhaven University of applied sciences. It maintains close contacts with companies and research institutions. The HDT has the legal form of a non-profit, registered association with approx. 1000 company and person members. founded in 1927 in Essen, the Haus der Technik is now one the leading German provider of seminars, courses, meetings and conferences for specialists and managers. About 16,000 participants annually use the facilities in Essen and at the branch offices in Berlin, Munich and Bremerhaven as well as at numerous other venues in the country and abroad. The Essen headquarters is a modern Congress Centre regularly also used by nationwide companies and associations. More than 50 seminars and meeting rooms for up to 600 people with State of the art conference and audio-visual equipment, as well as a full-service are available.

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