Evan Janeshewski is the founder and president of Axymetrix Quality Engineering Inc. in Langley, BC. Established in 2001, Axymetrix is a consulting and training firm specializing in geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and coordinate metrology. Mr. Janeshewski has expert knowledge of GD&T specification and verification per the ASME Y14.5M-1994, 2009, and 2018 standards. Evan is one of less than 30 Canadians certified by ASME as a Senior Level GD&T Professional, and recently received the new ASME Educator credential for developing ASME-approved GD&T instructional materials.
Mr. Janeshewski has more than 20 years of experience teaching GD&T and tolerance stackup analysis at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. He has taught GD&T courses for companies in a wide variety of industries in Canada and the U.S. including Westport Power, Genesis Robotics, Boeing Commercial Aircraft Group, Daimler Trucks, Stanley Black & Decker, and the NASA Langley Research Center. Evan has also been a part-time instructor at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) since 2000, teaching courses in quality control and metrology.
Evan Janeshewski has been an active participant in several national GD&T standards committees since 2008. He serves as Vice Chair for ASME Y14.5.1 (Mathematical Definition of Dimensioning and Tolerancing Principles) and ASME Y14.45 (Measurement Data Reporting). Evan is Section Leader for profile tolerancing and developed new definitions for profile actual values and multi-feature system optimization that were
published in the ASME Y14.5.1-2019 standard. He is also an SME for Canada in the ISO TC213 Geometrical Product Definition working group for Datums and Datum Systems.
In addition to years of teaching experience in standards-based GD&T implementation, Evan Janeshewski also has extensive industry experience to draw from. Using a data driven approach with leading-edge 3D metrology and analysis tools, Evan has focused on improving the effectiveness of GD&T in design, manufacturing, inspection, and procurement sectors. He provides specialized expertise in mechanical fit and function analysis, tolerance stackup calculations, GD&T inspection methods, coordinate measuring machine programming and software, point cloud metrology and 3D fitting, measurement data reporting and dimensional root cause analysis.
Evan Janeshewski has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of British Columbia and an Advanced Diploma in CAD Programming from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is an American Society for Quality (ASQ) Senior Member and Certified Quality Engineer.