5 Steps to Implement GD&T in Your Engineering Drawings

Clarify Your Engineering Drawings with GD&T

Poorly defined drawings confuse your audience and threaten the long-term quality of your program. Watch our CMM metrologist and quality engineer, Joe Valenti, explain how GD&T clearly translates functional requirements into design intent and brings consistency and specificity to your engineering drawings.

GD&T offers a universal language for communicating design intent as outlined by the ASME-Y 14.5 guideline.

Let Natech validate your requirements, improve your quality, and embed meaning into your part drawings by circumventing the mistakes of over-dimensioning, incomplete specifications, and over-constrained tolerances.