Dimensional Measurement Training: Level Two

Dimensional Measurement Training: Level Two

Course Description

A four day Dimensional Measurement training course building on the knowledge and measurement principles gained through the level one training course. The learning will be provided in the form of a presentation where discussion will be a primary focus. Question and answer sessions will take place during the course to ensure knowledge and understanding.

Availability & Pricing

Location Price Date/Times
Topsfield, MA $3,000.00 12/15/20 - 12/18/20
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Aims & Objectives

  • To provide knowledge and expertise in the application of measurement
  • To enable organizations to save time and money through the implementation of best measurement practice
  • To encourage a planning culture

Benefits to the learner

  • Application of the fundamental principles of geometrical product specification and measurement tools
  • To understand the fundamental principles of calibration
  • To apply fundamental measurement calculations
  • Respond to measurement results and related uncertainty
  • Communicate, question and plan the measurement process

Course Outline

Geometrical Product Specifications – B

  • Geometrical Tolerancing Standards
  • Principal Of Independency
  • Envelope Tolerances
  • Free State Condition
  • Maximum Material Condition, Features and Datums
  • Least Material Condition
  • Virtual Condition
  • Zero Tolerancing
  • Tolerance Combinations
  • Projected Tolerance Zone
  • Limits and Fits
  • Surface Texture

Measurement Principles and Methods -C

  • Temperature Compensation
  • Measurement Verification
  • ISO 17025 Standard
  • Calipers
  • Micrometers
  • Height Gage
  • Dial Gage (Drop Gage)
  • Measurement Uncertainty

Process Control A

  • Overview
  • Variables
  • Attributes
  • Attribute Chart
  • Tally Chart/ Frequency Table
  • Histogram
  • Location and Variability
  • Capability Study
  • Control Charts
  • Control Limits
  • Capability Index
  • Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (Gage R&R)


Measurement Principles and Measurements – D (Exercises)

Coordinate Principles A

  • Overview
  • Coordinates
  • Angles and Directional Cosines
  • Coordinate Measurement Geometry
  • Constructed and Calculated Geometry
  • Sensor Types

Contact Sensors

  • Probe Head
  • Stylus Types
  • General Measurement Strategies
  • Work Holding
  • Alignments
  • Point Distribution
  • Ownership and Verification



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