What is GD&T?

GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing) is an international, concise and precise symbolic language developed for the express purpose of documenting Design Intent..

Tolerance Simulation

Tolerance Analysis is a tool that allows examination of design before transferring to production, optimization of tolerances (tightening when necessary, releasing when possible), and verification of production and assembly processes.

Tolerance Simulation Outputs

  • Reducing the risk of product unfitness or failure early at the design stage
  • Identification of critical dimensions and their impact
  • Optimization of tolerances (functionality, cost, and time)
  • Predicting performance based on Cp, Cpk, 6-Sigma
  • Analytical assessment for requests for deviations in production

Consulting Services

Our consulting services integrate rich practical experience in mechanical design and expertise in the GD&T discipline to provide our services from the designer’s point of view with full understanding of the product-development process and how this process interfaces with production and control.

Consulting Services

  • Focus on the functional specifications to formulate and document the prescribed geometrical tolerances
  • Tolerance Stacks and Simulation
  • Resolving Drawing interpretation issues
  • Integration of GD&T technology into all organizational divisions


Gili Omri, a recognized and experienced trainer with total mastery of the subject matter, succeeds in pointedly and interestingly delivering the material while using real exercises and utilizing up-to-date didactic tools. I recommend that any organization engaged in mechanical development complete a training program of this type.

Yossi Bar El, R&D Mechanical Engineering Manager,
West Pharmaceutical Services

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On – Line GD&T Training 

 will begin on June 7,2020

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Online GD&T training 

will begin on June 7

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