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COAXIALITY

There is some ambiguity regarding meaning of the geometric control COAXIALITY. This tip is intended to resolve any disagreements on the subject, and I thank

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General Tolerance

This tip complies with ASME Y14.5-2009 and ISO1101:2012 A drawing is a binding contractual document that has financial implications, therefore it has to be clear

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Pattern Location

(ASME Y14.5-2009, ISO 1101:2012)Our monthly tip following Benny’s suggestion – how do datums affect the control of position with regards to groups of holes? Figure

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Position & Symetry

(ASME Y14.5-2009, ISO 1101:2012) Our monthly tip, following Idan’s question on how to indicate symmetry. In Figure 1, the two threads on the front are

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Welded Assembly part 1

Are geometric tolerances only applicable for machining? (ASME Y14.5-2009, ISO 1101:2012) This post is the first in a series dealing with a welded assembly of

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