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EZtol v2.0 makes tolerance stackups even easier
If you’ve ever used a spreadsheet to perform a tolerance stackup, you know how much time and effort is required to set up the spreadsheet, populate it with all of the dimension and tolerance information including complex geometric tolerances, and ensure that statistical results are calculated correctly. If you need to perform multiple stackups for the same assembly, this process gets even more complicated as you need to coordinate changes to shared tolerances across multiple stackups.

EZtol is a tolerance analysis program designed to be fast and easy to use while not compromising on power and accuracy. Sigmetrix is proud to introduce EZtol v2.0, the latest iteration of iteration of this solution, supporting CATIA and NX. EZtol v2.0 takes the ease of use of EZtol to the next level by reading and using the tolerance information, including GD&T, from your CAD models.

Join us for our webinar to see how this latest release extends EZtol’s advantages over spreadsheets!

May 20, 2021 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Raphael Nascimento
Product Manager @Sigmetrix
Raphael Nascimento is a Product Manager at Sigmetrix, where he is responsible for product strategy, planning, and execution for the 1-D tolerance analysis solution, EZtol. Prior to joining Sigmetrix, Raphael worked at ITI where he was the Product Manager for ITI’s CAD validation product, CADIQ. Raphael also spent over 20 years at PTC where he held several roles, most recently as Product Manager for several functional areas of Creo Parametric, including: MBD, 2D Detailing, GD&T Advisor, and Tolerance Analysis. He also worked as a Consultant and Trainer in PTC’s Global Services where he led clients in the implementation of new technology and new business processes, including MBD/MBE. Raphael is an active participant on ASME Y14 and MBE committees and is a member of the Y14.41 and Y14.47 subcommittees. He attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.