Cetol 6 sigma basic course

In this training you will learn how to perform a 3D tolerance analysis using Cetol 6 Sigma. During the first part of the Cetol course you will learn how the software works using training examples. In the second part of the course, you will use Cetol to solve your own tolerance analysis problems. 

training Goals

You will learn how to perform tolerance chain analysis on parts and assemblies using Creo Parametric, Siemens NX, Catia or SolidWorks. You will learn how to create a tolerance model using the nominal CAD geometry and then perform worst-case simulations and statistical analysis. 
You will also learn how to identify critical-to-quality dimensions and how to use manufacturing data to enhance your analysis.

Target group 

Design engineers who want to be able to perform tolerance analysis. 


Basic engineering and CAD knowledge. ​​​​​​​

Course length

4 days


The course is held online.
For groups larger than 4 people the course might be hold at Tetra Pak office. 

23 000 SEK

excl. VAT and the cost of shipping the course literature. If the course is held on a Tetra Pak site,travel costs will be added. 

The price includes course literature and access to software.​​​​​​​
Important information
In the event of less than four registered participants two weeks before the start of the course, Ariadne reserves the right to cancel the course. If it is cancelled you will be notified by telephone or mail.

Confirmation will be sent when at least four people are registered for the course, about two weeks before the course starts.

Do you want to know more?

Contact us at
+ 46 21-80 09 06
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customer quotes

"Good answers to  our questions and time for discussions."

"Good practical examples and time to practise on our own models."

"Good split of theory vs. practical exercises. Has shown what shortcomings we have in the company."
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Exemple of content
  • CETOL interface and settings
  • Tolerance design process
  • Worst case analysis
  • Basics of statistical analysis
  • Define design specifications
  • Modelling of assembly constraints
  • Modelling of part tolerances
    ​​​​​​​(linear dimensions, geometric tolerances, pattern tolerances and more) 
  • Define variations in the production process
  • Fit analysis - "Fastener shift and fit"
  • Calculation of critical dimensions
    (sensitivity analysis)
  • Optimization of tolerances
  • Report generation

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