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EZtol Simplifies Tolerance Stackups
EZtol is a tolerance analysis program focused on simplifying the definition of tolerance stackups most commonly performed using spreadsheets. Much work is required in creating such spreadsheets that manage all the product requirements simultaneously with consideration of common dimensions and tolerances that feed each one, properly including the impacts of the more complex geometric tolerances, and properly calculating the statistical results. Analysis spreadsheets often include a visual diagram either from the model or an assembly-level drawing to help explain the components of each of the analyses, but these too must be maintained as updates are made.

EZtol was designed to give you a simplified approach to modeling that gives confidence in your tolerance stackups with increased accuracy. EZtol v2.0 supporting CATIA and NX takes makes the task even easier 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!

Oct 22, 2020 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Stephen Werst
Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy @Sigmetrix
Stephen Werst, Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy for Sigmetrix, has over 25 years of experience in product design for dimensional variation and product management. His earlier work at Texas Instruments and Raytheon Systems as a mechanical engineer in the Tolerancing Center for Excellence laid the technical foundation for his expertise in the fields of variation analysis, GD&T, and Design for Six Sigma. His later work at Hewlett Packard as a software Product Manager established skills he uses today to help companies understand both the technical and business benefits achieved by the software Sigmetrix provides: CETOL 6σ, EZtol, and GD&T Advisor.