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Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Handbook: Applications, Analysis & Measurement

James D. Meadows
James D. Meadows
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Readers will learn:

1. How to specify datum target points, lines and areas on part surfaces.

2. To stabilize an inherently unstable part, such as a forging, casting, weldment, sheet metal or plastic molded part.

3. To fixture a part to datum targets with the least possibility of damage.

4. What a GD&T sheet is.

5. How to geometrically tolerance a sheet metal panel.

6. How to reference a CAD model for needed dimensions not found on a GD&T sheet.

7. How to use notes to specify restraint for allow flexible parts during inspection.

8. How to use a general...

-Flexible Parts, Datum Targets and Partial Datum Features
-Sheet Metal Panels and GD&T Sheets
-Equalizing Datums
-Moveable Targets, Finding the Datum Planes and Fixturing
-Datum Target Symbols for Spherical Diameters
-Centerplane Datums
-Spherical Tolerance Zones
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