Basic and Advanced Training for 3DCS Variation Analyst Software and QDM SPC Software
Our courses will fully prepare your employees to meet the challenges of Dimensional Engineering. Each offers real-world examples to make the material interesting, informative and applicable to your own software environment.
We offer clients the opportunity to strengthen their skills and extend their knowledge in several fields. As a client of 3DCS, you’ll hear from experts in Engineering Statistics, ASME Certified Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), and 3DCS software solutions—the same training that makes our employees the best in the industry.
Looking for GD&T Training?
Our comprehensive Variation Analysis Courses focus on Dimensional Control Systems software solutions, and cover the fundamentals of tolerance analysis and data management. They’re designed to introduce users to the techniques and functions of each software solution.
The emphasis of this course is on 3-D variation analysis principles and techniques; and takes a hands on approach to learning, and illustrating, all of the concepts involved in variation analysis. Approximately 20 hours of software operation and 20 hours of real life software application on participants’ products.
3DCS Add-on modules allow for special case and advanced functions in 3DCS. Whether it is using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) or kinematics, this course is designed to teach applicable skills to help students apply the module as soon as they return to work.
The emphasis of this course is on the application of 3DCS solutions to complex problems. Often incorporating a customer's model or product to show modeling techniques specific to the industry, function and assembly, this class is designed to help engineers complete larger models and more accurately model manufacturing processes.
Quality Management courses focus on streamlining measurement data mining and analysis. Using QDM modules, these courses show how to add DCS quality solutions to your existing process to reduce time spent managing inspection data.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to demonstrate the import functionality for retrieving CAD and data files; create QDM measurement templates; and learn techniques for populating quality templates for creating custom and automated reports.
Custom Classes are available on demand at customer location or at DCS's Headquarters in Troy, Michigan, USA. Contact DCS for more information
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