Application of Dimensional Tolerance Analysis
Friday, October 18, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:15 PM CDT (incl. 15 min. break)
Dimensional tolerance analysis methodology
How tolerance selection impacts manufacturing process selection
How geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) integrates with tolerance analysis
Component dimension tolerance trade offs
Appropriate usage of tolerance analysis
• Do’s and don’ts when using this tool
• Determining the appropriate analysis approach for an organization
• Organizational control of dimension tolerance analysis results
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Robert C. Hoffman
Creative Product Solutions, LLC, Coloma, MI
Mr. Hoffman received his Mechanical Engineering degree from Michigan Technological University (MTU). He studied solid mechanics including stress, fatigue, mechanism design, and vibrations. Mr. Hoffman has 33 years of experience in both the automotive and consumer products fields. His experience includes extensive use of simulation- based design tools, design of electro-mechanical sub-systems and system level optimization through sequential learning using design of experiments (DOE). Mr. Hoffman also has experience with the reduction of performance variation using component of variation (COV) studies as well as all aspects of testing and production approval of electro-mechanical products including safety, performance, reliability, and quality. He has detailed knowledge of manufacturing processes including stampings, castings, injection moldings, and machining. Mr. Hoffman is a registered professional engineer in the state of Michigan and was trained and certified as a certified statistical black belt from Six Sigma Associates. He is also certified as a master in forced failure testing and certified as a master in product safety at Whirlpool based on the formal training received at that company.