Technical Training Consultants has been providing professional training and consulting in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), Tolerance Analysis, and Blueprint Reading for manufacturing industries since 1992.

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Gene Cogorno

Gene Cogorno

Technical Training Consultant's founder, Gene Cogorno, is a professional educator, speaker, and author who has more than 25 years of experience in education and training. His manufacturing background and extensive training experience give him the technical knowledge and the training background to be a highly valued technical trainer.

What is Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing?

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing was created to insure the proper assembly of mating parts, to improve quality, and to reduce cost. GD&T is a symbolic language used to specify the size, shape, form, orientation, and location of features on a part. Features toleranced with GD&T reflect the actual relationship between mating parts.

Advantages of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

GD&T has three important advantages over the coordinate tolerancing system for locating features:

  1. The cylindrical tolerance zone
  2. The maximum material condition
  3. Datums features specified in order of precedence

TTC's Commitment

Technical Training Consultants is committed to providing:
  • Professional training tailored to clients' needs
  • Professional trainers who are both skilled instructors and knowledgeable practitioners
  • Training presented in a way that will optimize training effectiveness (See Training Phases on this web site.)

Current Newsletter

Zero Positional Tolerance at MMC

Recently I received an email from a person who had red my book and asked why the use of zero positional tolerance at maximum material condition was not more widely used. Her question was, “If zero positional tolerance at MMC has the ability to increase through put of parts that would normally be rejected and not adversely affect quality, then why wouldn’t more companies at least investigate this method off tolerancing?” My response to her email is the subject of this month’s newsletter.