Engineering Drawing and GD&T Seminar

"αποτυπώνοντας με αποδεκτό τρόπο τις προδιαγραφές"
“defining the required specifications”

Engineering Drawing and GD&T Seminar discusses the basic rules for creating valid, fully dimensioned engineering drawings defined using the appropriate dimensional and geometric tolerances. The basic aim of the teaching material is for the trainee to understand the details that are involved to the creation of fully defined engineering drawings. Attending the Seminar in scope the trainee is to learn how to understand and create engineering drawings that have been created according to the most recent ISO standards.

Engineering Drawing and GD&T Seminar is the perfect training program for the professionals who are involved to the design and manufacturing sectors and seek for the development or the imrovement of their engineering drawing creation or understanding skills.

The Seminar is divided to two distinctive teaching levels that are presented bellow and analysed at the Engineering Drawing and GD&T Guide:
a. Basic Engineering Drawing
(Duration: 20hours)
The first Level of the Seminar aims to the in depth understanding of the basic Engineering Drawing rules and guidelines according to the International Standards (ISO). After successfully attending the first Level of the Seminar, the trainee will be able to understand and create fully defined and dimensioned engineering drawings.
b. Advanced Engineering Drawing and GD&T
(Duration: 20hours)
The second Level of the Seminar aims to the deeper understanding of the advanced topics that are related to the definition of parts and assemblies specifications on engineering drawings. So, Surface Roughness indication and Geometric and Dimensional Tolerancing ( GD&T) are being dicussed and analysed. Material is thoroughly covered and analysed by demonstrating real engineering drawings as examples. It has to be mentioned that the understanding of the teaching material is crucial for everyone who is involved to the design or manufacturing sector.

Detailed Material of Level a

Unit Detailed Description
1st Essentials of Engineering Drawing:

• Basics of projection geometry and projection of a given part
• Projected views arrangement (1st angle projection, 3rd angle projection)
• Line types and line widths
• Title block arrangement and understanding
• Using annotative tables to fully define a drawing

2nd Advanced Engineering Drawing Topics:

• Sectional views
• Notification of details
• Representation of threads
• Shafts’ drawing
• Representation of ribs

3rd Engineering Drawing of Common Machine Elements:

• Drawing of thread fastening systems (bolts, nuts, washers)
• Engineering drawing of gears (spur, bevel, worm)
• Drawing of belt driven systems
• Drawing of chain driven systems
• Bearings (plain bearings and rolling bearings)
• Springs
• Keys, splined connections
• Weldments

4th Introduction to best practices of using CAD for the creation of fully defined engineering drawings:

• Commercial CAD systems
• Common considerations regarding the optimal use of CAD systems
• CAD files, neutral CAD file formats

Detailed Material of Level b

Unit Detailed Description
1st Indication of surface texture:

• Essentials of surface texture and roughness
• ISO designation
• Roughness and surface texture in practice and manufacturability
• Roughness and surface texture control and measurement

2nd Dimensional tolerances of parts and assemblies:

• Dimensional tolerances indication
• Dimensional tolerances of assembled parts
• Hole – shaftISOfits
• Manufacturability considering dimensional tolerances and manufacturing restrictions
• Tolerance accumulation
• Practical applications of standard fits
• Quality control and check of dimensional tolerances

3rd Geometric tolerancing:

• ISO indication of geometric tolerances
• Indication of form, orientation, position, run-out geometric tolerances
• Tolerance zone definitions
• Datums
• Maximum material requirement
• Envelop requirement
• Least material requirement
• Quality control and check of geometric tolerances

4th General tolerances:

• General tolerances of dimensional deviations
• General tolerances of geometric deviations
• ISO indication of general tolerances

5th Application and indication of tolerances using CAD systems:

• Indication of geometric and dimensional tolerancing on 3D MCAD systems
• Application considerations when utilizing CAD systems for tolerancing

General Information

  • For more information about the Seminar and its organisation, please contact us via e-mail
  • Hardcopy of the teaching material is provided for every trainee
  • Certificate of attendance is given to every trainee for each of the Seminar Levels
  • Special offer (-10% for Level a) applies for group participations