Geo-metrics II: the application of geometric tolerancing techniques (using customary inch system) : as based upon ANSI Y14.5M-1982 practices
An extensively revised and fully updated version of Foster's popular treatment of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. All text, illustrations, and examples have been brought into accordance with contemporary standards and practices. Continuing to provide comprehensive coverage this book covers many aspects of engineering design requirements combined with production and inspection follow-through.
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Why use geometric dimensioning and tolerancing?
Symbolic method of stating a basic or theoretical exact valuerecommended
Geometric characteristicsform orientation profile runout and locational
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angular ANSI applied calculated center plane CIRCULAR RUNOUT circularity tolerance concentricity tolerance datum axis datum feature datum hole datum points datum reference frame datum surface datum target departure from MMC design requirements dial indicator diameter dimensioning and tolerancing drawing example FEATURE AXIS feature control frame FIGURE flatness FORM AT MMC functional gage GAGE PIN high limit illustration individual feature least material condition limits of size low limit mating part features maximum material condition median plane method MMC HOLE MMC size Note parallel PATTERN LOCATING POSITION TOL position tolerance zone position tolerancing PRIMARY DATUM PLANE profile tolerance relationship respect to datum rotation runout tolerance secondary datum shaft shown SIMULATED DATUM slot SPECIFIED DATUM surface of revolution surface plate SYMBOL MEANING tertiary datum total runout TOTAL TOL ZONE TOTAL WIDE TOL TOTAL WIDE ZONE true position variation virtual condition WIDE TOL ZONE WIDTH ZONE AT MMC