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© IIGDT – GD&T Introduction & Fundamental Principles - May 28, 2006 Dr. Greg Hetland, President International Institute of GD&T www.iigdt.com Precision GD&T: Complimentary slides to Chris Monnier at Boston Scientific International Institute of GD&T
© IIGDT – GD&T Introduction & Fundamental Principles - May 28, 2006 This method of tolerancing allows the axis of the hole to move plus something and minus something in the X and Y direction. 50 0.1 25 0.1 4X 12.5 + 0.1 Plus / Minus Tolerancing 0.1 This creates a square tolerance zone in which the holes must lie?
© IIGDT – GD&T Introduction & Fundamental Principles - May 28, 2006 Linear Transformation to GD&T Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) creates cylindrical tolerance zones by removing the tolerance from the dimensions and applying it to the features. In this example, the geometric control is position. Dimensions are basic boxed, theoretically exact, with no tolerance. 50 25 Position Symbol Total Tolerance Diameter Symbol 4X 12.5 + 0.1
© IIGDT – GD&T Introduction & Fundamental Principles - May 28, 2006 Feature Control Frame Geometric Characteristic Diameter Symbol Feature Tolerance Feature Modifier Projected Tolerance Zone Symbol Height of Projected Tolerance Zone Primary Datum Secondary Datum Datum Modifier Tertiary Datum
© IIGDT – GD&T Introduction & Fundamental Principles - May 28, 2006 Profile Comparison to Linear… Profile Linear
© IIGDT – GD&T: Advanced Applications & Analysis – June 25, 2006 20±0.2 0 0 0 20±0.2 0 0 0 Tolerancing Consideration #1 Only in Diagonals
© IIGDT – GD&T: Advanced Applications & Analysis – June 25, 2006 20±0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tolerancing Consideration #5
© IIGDT – GD&T: Advanced Applications & Analysis – June 25, 2006 GD&T Boundary Comparisons Form Profile Orientation Location Runout Straightness Flatness Circularity Cylindricity Profile of a Surface Profile of a Line Angularity Perpendicularity Parallelism Position Concentricity Symmetry Circular Runout Total Runout
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