Mr. Stolter has been instructing GD&T courses and consulting on the proper application of Y14.5M since 1989. He brings to each class significant manufacturing engineering and design engineering experience, coupled with a unique ability to explain the role dimensioning and tolerancing plays in the product development process.
He is an effective, experienced instructor for many courses dealing with product design and manufacturing, including reading engineering drawings, GD&T, tolerance stack-up analysis, design for manufacturability, die face engineering, sheet metal formability, and FMEA. He has also developed training for a variety of customers on these and other topics. Mr. Stolter's in-depth knowledge of GD&T, design engineering experience, and his relaxed, interactive teaching style result in GD&T and tolerance stack-up analysis classes that have very high levels of student satisfaction. He holds a BSEE degree from Wayne State University and a Graduate Certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University.
John Stolter is certified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as a Senior Level GD&T Professional.
Mr. Belanger is an internationally recognized instructor and consultant in geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. He has personally trained over 1000 people in the proper interpretation and application of GD&T, per ASME and ISO standards.
A veteran of classroom training and interactive televised training, Mr. Belanger has applied GD&T and performed tolerance stacks and Failure Mode Effects Analyses on a wide range of products across North America and Europe. Recent clients include General Motors, Nokia, Ford, Delphi Automotive Systems, Unisys, Tenneco Automotive, Dayco, SME, SAE, and Motorola. Mr. Belanger has a B.S.E. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan specializing in aircraft design and safety.
John-Paul Belanger is certified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as a Senior Level GD&T Professional.
Mr. Bauer is an internationally recognized instructor and consultant in geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and is fluent in Spanish.
Mr. Bauer specializes in providing trianing in the areas of design engineering and quality tools and methods, including GD&T, DFMA, APQP, SPC, blueprint reading, and FMEA, Mr. Bauer holds an MS Degree in Industrial Operations from Lawrence Technological University, and is Lean certified by the University of Michigan. He has personally served customers in the automotive, aerospace, consumer products, telecommunications, defense, medical devices, construction, and energy industries.
Dan Bauer is certified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as a Senior Level GD&T Professional.