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Week_3_LGS_Dimensioning_and_Tolerancing

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Unformatted text preview: tion of the tolerance. 4.650 ± 0.003 Example: Example: A dimension of 4.650 ± 0.003 means that the actual size of the manufactured part may vary from 4.653 to 4.647 and be acceptable. Upper Limit = ________ Lower Limit = _________ Tolerance = __________ Engineering Education Tolerances Tolerance: Tolerance: the total amount a dimension may vary Limits: Limits: the extreme permissible numerical dimensions of a part, the application of the tolerance. 4.650 ± 0.003 Example: Example: A dimension of 4.650 ± 0.003 means that the actual size of the manufact...
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