This 2-day classroom course is designed for anyone using advanced dimensional measuring systems, such as coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), vision systems, roundness testers, and surface finish measuring instruments. This course is not a Mitutoyo software training course, but is designed to complement the product training offered by Mitutoyo or anyone else. The goal of this course is for the student to develop deeper knowledge of how these advanced measuring systems operate, including hardware and software, to enable the student to maximize the potential of their measuring equipment. The course will focus on best measurement practices for the complicated dimensions and tolerances typically measured on these systems, include geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) from ASME Y14.5 and ISO 1101. This course will cover topics such as CMM sampling strategies (number and location of points), proper use of datums and how to build coordinate systems, probe and tip calibration, software vs GD&T, system accuracy, filtering and cutoffs, and other critical topics that must be understood by anybody implementing this kind of measuring equipment. This course will focus heavily on the measurement of GD&T with CMMs, and therefore familiarity with GD&T is necessary for a successful educational experience. This course will also teach GD&T from a measurement perspective and will provide opportunities for the student to reinforce their GD&T knowledge. This course combines theory with practice and is taught in a hands on, experiential, manner. This course is taught in the Metrology Training Lab at Mitutoyo America, which is full of various measuring equipment that will be used by the students.
To be successful in this course, students must have prior experience on some type of CMM and must have basic understanding of GD&T. Prior experience with vision or form equipment is useful, but optional. Students with no prior CMM experience, or who have not attended the CMM software training provided by their CMM manufacturer, should not attend this course.
The Mitutoyo Institute of Metrology offers a number of courses to meet the educational needs of manufacturing, quality, and measurement professionals. Our courses are scheduled regularly throughout the year.
Mitutoyo and the Mitutoyo Institute of Metrology is a worldwide organization. We are proud to state that more than 200,000 engineers, technicians and managers have attended our measurement seminars over the years. If you wish to register or if you have additional questions, please contact us at 888-MITUTOYO, or email email@example.com.
In the event that you are not able to attend a class for which you are registered, you can transfer your registration to another individual, or if you contact us at least one week prior to the start of class, you can receive a credit towards future class. No credit will be allowed in the case of no-shows and cancellations less than one week prior to the start of class. Payment in the form of credit card, purchase order or check must be received at least one week prior to the start of class. Same policy for credential testing, no refunds but if a person is no longer available to take testing, another person can take their place. Contact us one week prior for location testing. See link for detailed information. Training Terms and Conditions.
Classes are subject to cancellation. Please confirm dates prior to making non-refundable travel arrangements. Most classes can be confirmed well in advance, and in all cases we can confirm the course at two weeks prior to the start of class. Mitutoyo America is not responsible for cancelled airfares or other expenses incurred due to cancellations. If a course is cancelled, then the option of full refund of the course fee or future credit will be offered.
|Course||No. of Days||Advance Price||Standard Price|
|Seminar #215 Dimensional Measurement with CMMs, Vision, and Form Instruments||1||$530||$585|