Quality Includes Tolerance Analysis Along with 3D CAD, PMI and GD&T


Quality Includes Tolerance Analysis Along with 3D CAD, PMI and GD&TManufacturing companies depend on the quality of a product. Quality does not happen by accident. Companies with the best quality have created processes and invested the time to ensure that their quality expectations are met. This often means that the instructions that they give to their shop floor are accurate, easily understood and supported by analysis. In doing so, they manage to avoid many problems during manufacturing and assembly.

While higher quality is a widely held goal, companies may not have a complete understanding of the technology available to make it happen. This white paper focuses on the contribution to quality through 3D CAD, GD&T, PMI and tolerance management and analysis.

About the Author
Ryan Reid is a CAD administrator, PLM enthusiast, designer, GD&T specialist, lead, lean philosophy supporter, Microsoft Office expert, 3D printing hobbyist and manufacturing-focused professional with 17 years of combined experience in those areas. Reid has accomplishments in all aspects of manufacturing engineering, from cradle to grave plastics/mold to structural, systems, process and change management design.

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