What: FREE Webinar
When: On Demand until March 14, 2020
Why Excel is Failing Your Tolerance Stacks
1D vs 2D vs 3D Tolerance Analysis Explained
Excel can be used for a lot of equation-based applications. Many companies rely on it for their tolerance analysis; doing 1D stacks and stack-up analysis. For basic cases, this works great and can be a fast and effective way to get answers quickly, but as soon as products, models, and requirements become more complex, Excel falls flat.
This means that your Excel answers might be misleading you, and can cause some embarrassing, and expensive, problems later on. This webinar will demonstrate a 1D, 2D and 3D stack analysis on a product, and explain why 1D and 2D stacks are missing the mark for tolerance analysis.
- How 1D, 2D and 3D tolerance stacks compare
- Find out what variation is being missed by 1D tolerance stacks
- Why Excel Worst Case is missing the problem entirely
- What kind of answer a 3D analysis gives to tolerance analysis (live software)