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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is hosting a complimentary webinar on Y14.46: A New GD&T Draft Standard for Additive Manufacturing Design Consistency
In response to the growing use of Additive Manufacturing (AM) in global industries, ASME has developed a new GD&T draft standard for trial use that applies to parts and assemblies designed in AM environments.
Join Jennifer Herron, Chair of the ASME Y14 Subcommittee 46 on Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing and CEO of Action Engineering and Remington Richmond, Y14.46 Standards and Certification Engineer, Standardization and Testing at ASME for an open dialogue and discussion on how AM design and manufacturing processes can potentially benefit from Y14.46.
Who Should Participate
Mechanical, design, drafting, production and manufacturing engineers quality assurance and control personnel involved in Additive Manufacturing; plus engineering supervisors and department heads across a broad range of Additive manufacturers – especially those with extended, global supply chains.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) announces Y14.46 Product Definition for Additive Manufacturing [Draft Standard for Trial Use]
Y14.46 – 2017 is a Draft Standard that covers definitions of terms and features unique to additive manufacturing (AM) technologies with recommendations for their uniform specification in product definition data sets and in related documents. The Draft Standard extends to capturing relevant AM detail from design, manufacturing, and quality engineering.
This new draft standard is an extension of the widely used ASME Y14.5 standard which, for years, has provided engineers with the fundamental language for drafting and designing products and systems.
Y14.46 is intended to support engineers engaged in Additive Manufacturing – including mechanical design, drafting, and quality assurance & control personnel – especially those involved in extended, global supply chains.