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Gdt Reference Book Engl 2.0f

Gdt Reference Book Engl 2.0f

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GeometricDimensioningand Tolerancing (GD&T)
Reference Book
Version 2.0 written by:
 
 
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 Due to increased complexity of products, and based on new function and processtechnologies, enhanced sensitivity is required at the dimensional management work for cost-effective implementation of qualitative specifics in parts and systems.The company’s specific orientation to methods like “Best Practice” and “Lessons Learned” inrespect of required values will not only prevent losses but also avoid increases on costs onaccount of unnecessary additional alignment work in the manufacturing process.Target conflicts arising from the well-known cross-effects between a wish and its feasibilityand cost-efficiency can be changed by this.
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Tolerances play a critical role in the part and assembly group manufacturing andassembling as they bear on both function and costs.Recommendation for implementation at Johnson Controls
 
 
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Table of Contents
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Introduction: Tolerances ............................................................................. 13
 
1.1
 
What is Tolerance? ...............................................................................................13
 
1.1.1
 
Dimensional Tolerance .......................................................................................15
 
1.1.1.1
 
Different dimension groups ......................................................................16
 
1.1.2
 
Form and Position (Geometric) Tolerances .........................................................16
 
1.1.3
 
Design Deviations ...............................................................................................17
 
1.1.4
 
Tolerance Zones .................................................................................................18
 
1.2
 
Why Do We Need Tolerances? .............................................................................19
 
1.3
 
What Types of Tolerance Deviations Do Exist? .....................................................20
 
1.4
 
What is “Right” Tolerance?....................................................................................21
 
2
 
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) .................................. 22
 
2.1
 
Historical Background ...........................................................................................22
 
2.2
 
Norms and Standards ...........................................................................................24
 
2.2.1
 
What is a Norm/Standard? ..................................................................................24
 
2.2.2
 
Organizations .....................................................................................................25
 
2.2.3
 
Summary of Relevant DIN Standards .................................................................26
 
2.2.4
 
General Manufacturing Tolerances .....................................................................27
 
2.2.5
 
Legislative Framework for Standards ..................................................................28
 
2.2.6
 
OEM related overview for GD&T Standards ........................................................28
 
2.3
 
Benefits of GD&T ..................................................................................................29
 
3
 
Types of Tolerances .................................................................................... 30
 
3.1
 
Tolerances of Form ...............................................................................................30
 
3.2
 
Tolerances of Profile .............................................................................................31
 
3.3
 
Tolerances of Orientation ......................................................................................32
 
3.4
 
Tolerances of Location ..........................................................................................33
 
3.5
 
Runout Tolerances ................................................................................................34
 
4
 
Representation of Tolerances..................................................................... 36
 
4.1
 
Summary: Standard Drawing Layout .....................................................................36
 
4.2
 
Baseline Dimensioning ..........................................................................................37
 
4.2.1
 
Tolerance/Datum Arrow ......................................................................................37
 
4.2.2
 
Ideal/Theoretically Precise Dimension ................................................................39
 
4.2.3
 
Controlled Dimension..........................................................................................40
 
4.2.4
 
Datums ...............................................................................................................40
 

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