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Two New Products from Tec-Ease, Inc

10-20-2016 08:56 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: Tec-Ease, Inc.

Print Reading for Today

Tec-Ease has taken its “Print Reading for Today” instructor-led training course and turned it into a self-paced computer-based software package. Reading engineering drawings or prints is an essential skill for anyone in the manufacturing industry. It doesn’t matter if you are in purchasing, quality, machining or engineering, you must be able to understand the drawings that are sent to you. Tec-Ease has been teaching print reading for decades and has decided to take its’ well received course to a new level. Using today’s technology, Tec-Ease has developed a fun, interactive and information packed course that you can take at your own pace from anywhere. With the course available in both web-based and Windows based versions, you have options for how you would like to receive the course.

This course is intended for all personnel who need to understand the meaning of drawings / prints. The method and Standards used to create prints have been changing over the years. For that reason, this course includes past practices that may be found on older drawings and current practices found on today’s drawings. Emphasis is placed on understanding multiview relationships, symbology and conventional dimensioning and tolerancing methods. Numerous exercises and activities keep the course engaging for the student.

A Quick Reference Comparison of ASME Y14.5M-1994 and ASME Y14.5-2009

Customers often ask us, what are the differences between the ASME Y14.5M-1994 and the ASME Y14.5-2009 standards? So, we decided to create a quick reference that highlights the differences in the two standards. This reference is packed with useful information. First, each of the 14 geometric characteristics are shown with a meaning from both the 1994 and 2009 standards along with illustrations of sample tolerance zones and inspections. Then the 7 new symbols are shown with a meaning from the 2009 standard, a definition of how it was done in 1994 without the new symbol and a graphic illustrating how to use the new symbol. If you are moving from the 1994 standard to the 2009 standard, or if your company has drawings in accordance with both standards, this handy reference guide is a must have.

Tec-Ease, Inc. has been incorporated since March 1997 and provides high quality products and training for the manufacturing environment in the fields of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), Blueprint Reading, Coordinate Measuring Machines, Mathematics (including statistics, design of experiment and six sigma) and ISO.

33 Curtis Place, Fredonia, NY 14063

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