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**Drawing and Tolerancing
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This Tutorial reviews the following principles:

Drawing: How to interpret and create engineering drawings Dimensioning: How to communicate dimensions properly Tolerancing: How to use geometric and dimensional tolerances to specify how much variation is acceptable during manufacture

**Why Engineering Drawings?
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• Engineering drawing is a formal and precise way of communicating information about the shape, size, features and precision of physical objects. • Drawing is the universal language of engineering. • Engineering drawing could be a complete course in itself, but we only have 80 minutes so... This is only going to cover the very basics.

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• Lets look at a sample drawing.Drawing Standards • Just like written language has standards... the “grammar” of technical drawing is defined by..5 or the ISO standard • The ANSI standards must be understood to read a drawing.. the ANSI Y14. 4 .

Bracket MATERIAL: AL6601-T6 NOTES: Units in Inches DRAWN BY: BC TOL: REV: QTY: 1 Deburr all edges 5 DATE: 6-1-97 .PART NAME: Left Mtg.

designer etc.Basic Information Included in a Drawing • Projected Views: Show as many sides as needed for completeness. and finally • DIMENSIONS!!!: These are the most important and most complicated part of the drawing. • Table: Lower right corner. part name. • Cross Sections: A view that is good for showing interior features. There is more to it than just the numerical values! 6 . with material information.

000” + .003” 0.003” 0.003” 7 .750” + .250” + .250” + .Which is better? 0.003” 1.

750” + .250” + .003” 0. It makes sense to dimension the distance between the holes. instead of the distances to the edge.003” 0.003” Dimension placement matches intent Dimension placement does NOT match intent 8 . showing that placement should match intent These drawings show bolts holes for mounting a flange onto a plate.A Dimensioning Example.250” + . 0.000” + . When mounting the flange. or else the flange (or part) won’t fit.003” 1. the position of the holes with respect to each other is very important.

Tolerances (every part needs some) There are two types of tolerances: Dimensional Tolerances and Geometric Tolerances 9 .

• Geometric tolerances control __________ & __________. Geometric tolerances affect dimensional tolerances! 10 .What’s the difference? • Dimensional tolerances control _______________.

Types of Dimensional Tolerances 1.371 1. 11 .379 1.375 + .004 Limit Dimensioning Plus & Minus Tolerancing Both methods are acceptable.

The total variation in the distance between X and Y depends on how the drawing is dimensioned. How much tolerance is specified on the distance between X and Y in each example? (a) + (b) + (c) + 12 .Tolerance Accumulation The distance between X and Y is a critical dimension.

13 .. Geometric Tolerances are shown on a drawing with a feature control frame..Geometric Tolerancing Geometric Tolerancing is used to specify the shape of features. Things like: •Straightness •Flatness •Circularity •Cylindricity •Angularity •Profiles •Perpendicularity •Parallelism •Concentricity •And More.

The Feature Control Frame This feature control frame is read as: “The specified feature must lie perpendicular within a tolerance zone of 0. this feature control frame would accompany dimensional tolerances that control the feature size and position. this places a limit on the amount of variation in perpendicularity between the feature axis and the datum axis. with respect to datum axis C. 14 .05 diameter at the maximum material condition. In other words. In a drawing.

Geometric Characteristic Symbols A feature control frame gives information about geometric 15 tolerances on the feature. .

Straightness Example 16 .

Straightness at MMC 17 .

750” diameter Tube with .375” diameter .755” hole 18 .Demo Sketch your observations: 2 Rods: .

Flatness Examples 19 .

Parallelism Example 20 .

Circularity (Roundness) Example 21 .

• Circular runout is measured at one location. • Total Runout is measured along the entire specified surface. The total variation is recorded as the runout. It is measured by placing a gage on the part. and rotating the part through 360 degrees. 22 .Circular & Total Runout Runout is specified on cylindrical parts.

Circular Runout Example 23 .

Total Runout Example 24 .

Cylindricity Example 25 .

Perpendicularity Example 26 .

27 .Angularity Example Measuring angularity is equivalent to measuring parallelism at an angle.

005 .005 This dimensional tolerance controls the size of the 3 holes.500 + .Conventional (Coordinate) Tolerancing .005 2. The other dimensional tolerances control the positions.750 + . Tolerance Zone Boundary .010” Hole Center Axis .010” 28 .600 + .000 + .005 A 1.

The drawing may call out linear tolerances of +.005” .005”...005” By how much can the hole location deviate from spec? 29 . a hole center axis can reside anywhere in the square tolerance zone. but. .In the conventional tolerancing scheme.

Geometric Position Tolerancing The Feature Control Frame is read like this: “ “ 30 .

MMC vs. LMC LARGEST SHAFT SMALLEST SHAFT SMALLEST HOLE “Maximum Material Condition” LARGEST HOLE “Least Material Condition” 31 .

010 at MMC.Tolerance Zone Size MMC of hole = .253 .011 . The size of the tolerance zone is dependent on the size of the hole.015 32 . centered according to the basic dimensions given.252 This feature control frame specifies the tolerance zone as a circle of diameter .255 (LMC) Tolerance Zone diameter .014 . A feature control frame can specify the size of the tolerance zone at MMC. LMC or RFS (regardless of feature size).255 Hole diameter . .013 .250 LMC of hole = .010 .251 .254 .250 (MMC) .012 .

Determining Tolerance Zone Size 33 .

Does this feature meet the true position tolerance? Step 1: What can we measure? 34 .

Step 2: Calculate deviations in x and y directions. How does this compare to the basic dimensions? 35 .

the part is bad.Step 3: Determining the True Position Tolerance zone. = TZ Desired position Actual hole center Z = 2 x2 + y2 A hole center that deviates from true position by x and y lies within a tolerance zone of diameter Z. If Z > TZ. 36 . dia.

and datum A controls the perpendicularity of the hole axis . The order that the datum planes are listed in the feature control frame indicates the priority of each datum.True Position and Perpendicularity Referencing datum A means that the center axis of the hole must be perpendicular to datum plane A. The axis must intersect datum plane A inside the tolerance zone Permissible hole axis variation This feature control frame specifies the true position tolerance of the hole with respect to 3 datum planes.010” wide tolerance zone -A- 37 . . Datums B and C provide reference for the x and y position of the hole center.

6th ed. McGraw-Hill. Ref: Marks’ Mechanical Engineering Handbook.Standard Fits • Standard Fits are a way of specifying a fit between a hole and a shaft. 38 . • RC • LC • LT • LN • FN (1-9) Running or Sliding Clearance Fit (1-11) Locational Clearance Fit (1-6) Transition Clearance or Interference Fit (1-3) Locational Interference Fit (1-5) Force or Shrink Fit We mention this here because it will be useful in dimension the parts of your yo-yo that must snap fit together.

Standard Fit Example There is a nominal diameter of 1 inch for the shaft and hole on your yo-yo. What should the dimensions and tolerances be for the shaft and the hole? 39 . You want a class FN2 fit.

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