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Is GD&T for you?

23-08-2011
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If you have been attempting to work with Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), and you lack the confidence to specify or are having trouble interpreting the specifications, this course is for you. After this course you will be confident in the use of symbols, modifiers, rules and concepts of GD&T based on the ASME Y14.5.

Date:    5–6 September 2011
City:     Melbourne
Cost:   $1175.00

 
For more information on this course or other NMI services please see our website:

www.measurement.gov.au/services/training

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