Mr. Bryan R. Fischer

Advanced Dimensional Management

21500 SW Trumpeter Drive
Sherwood Oregon, 97140

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EW #11701 offers leading-edge training, consulting and materials in GD&T, Tolerance Analysis / Stackups and Dimensional Management worldwide.
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Recognized worldwide as one of the foremost authorities on Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Tolerance Analysis and Tolerance Stackups, Bryan has been a leader in the mechanical design and engineering field for over twenty years. His extensive hands-on experience in a variety of design and engineering positions leads to a very real understanding of the problems faced by engineering professionals today.

Bryan is also an expert CAD user, having used various 2D and 3D CAD packages since 1986. He routinely helps clients to optimize their CAD platforms to improve quality, reduce cycle time and to integrate their engineering standards. Bryan offers training and consulting in adoption of Digital Modeling standards, such as the newly released ASME Y14.41 standard.

He has worked and consulted in many different environments, from one-of-a-kind R&D environments to mass-production environments, up to quantities of millions of parts per year. He is familiar with most manufacturing processes and practices encountered in industry today. His background as an expert and as part of a design team gives him an unparalleled understanding of your problems and situation, and helps him to offer the most realistic and useful solutions to your problems. And of course, that is the point: to provide useful, cost-effective solutions.

As an author, Bryan has written several books on Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Tolerance Analysis and related subjects which are available through Advanced Dimensional Management. His recently completed book Mechanical Tolerance Stackup and Analysis will be published by Marcel Dekker in June 2004. This text is the definitive work on the subject of Mechanical Tolerancing, Tolerance Stackups and Tolerance Analysis.

The Tolerance Analysis methods in this book are used by the author in his training courses, and represent the easiest-to-learn, easiest-to-use and most versatile methods available today.

Bryans approach to Tolerancing is technically precise, based on equations and mathematical principles, and rooted in design practices. His solutions and methods work equally well for the programmer / mathematician and the designer / engineer.

Bryan is an ASME Certified Senior Level GD&T Professional, he is a member of the ASME Y14.5 Sub-Committee Support Group, and he actively contributes to the development and improvement of the ASME Y14.5 standard. He is constantly leading the way in helping the committees involved in GD&T to understand the intricacies of their subject and to improve the language. He is also a member of the ASME Y14.100 Sub-Committee and has assisted in the development of the newly released ASME Y14.41 and Y14.43 standards.

Bryan helps companies to increase their profit, improve their quality and maximize their tolerances through optimal application of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing, Tolerance Analysis and Dimensional Management techniques. He works with firms of all sizes in a variety of capacities related to Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Tolerance Analysis, Dimensional Management, Drawing Quality and Design Quality.
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