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Unformatted text preview: ding domain in a 6D space. 3. STUDIED SEAM Definition: a seam is a neutral zone between two fixed parts and/or opening allowing the assembly of the various elements of a body car and thus avoiding any interference of opening parts with other elements. There are many functions to a seam, one can gather them in three principal categories: technical functions (to satisfy assemblability, to improve aerodynamism of the car...), aesthetic functions (lights on and between various surfaces...) and ergonomic functions (to allow the disassembling of the elements...). From the functional surfaces geometry resulting from CAD model and annotations stipulating the functional requirements from the assembly specification, we will check if the tolerancing associated to each part intervening in the positioning of the headlight checks the functional requirements imposed by the customer. Figure 2; Car parts and studied seam. The functional requirement considered in this application concerns the seam line between the fender and...
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