The course specifically focuses on the geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing element of the software. It is aimed at personnel involved in manufacturing and engineering, design, quality control and process planning.

All GD&T topics are covered with practical examples in class with an emphasis on understanding the report contents. Students will also learn how to read a drawing and understand the requirement for measurement, the firm says

Hexagon's application engineers have devised a new training manual and workbook for the course which is also suitable for PC-DMIS users who have studied Level One GD&T.

Says Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence's training product specialist Thomas York: "This new course will provide a high level of competence and understanding of our software with respect to all aspects of geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing.”

More details are available online at hexagonmi.com