GEOMETRICAL TOLERANCE DEFINITIONS  … tolerances Directional tolerances Flatness ... Location...
Embed Size (px)
Transcript of GEOMETRICAL TOLERANCE DEFINITIONS  … tolerances Directional tolerances Flatness ... Location...

t 0,08
t
0,08
0,08
tt0,08
0,1t 0,1
t
0,1t
0,1
t
0,04
t
0,02
t
0,04t
0,02
t
0,01 A
A
t
0,01 A B
60
AB
60
t
20
20
0,08 t
20 20
B
A
C
68
100
0,08 A B C
t
0,01
D
D
t
0,03 A
A
t
0,08
t
A
BA
0,08 A B
t
At/2
t/2
0,08 0,08 AA
t
0,1
t
A
A B
0,1 A B t
0,1
A
t
0,1 D
D t
t
0,1
BA
0,1 A B
t
D
0,1 D t
0,03 A
A
a
b
t
0,01 A
A
E
For further information, refer to www.meusburger.com
Straightness
Symbol and tolerance properties
Tolerance zone Explanation
The extracted (actual) axis of the cylinder to which the tolerance applies shall be contained within a cylindrical tolerance zone of diameter 0.08.
Drawing entry
Drawing entry and explanation
Form
tole
ranc
esD
irec
tiona
l to
lera
nces
Flatness
Roundness
Cylindricity
Profile of a line
Profile of a surface
Parallelism of a line (axis) to a reference line
Parallelism tolerance of a surface related to a datum surface
Perpendicularity of a line (axis) to a surface
Angularity of a line (axis) to a reference
surface
Position of a line
Concentricity of an axis
The extracted (actual) surface shall be contained between two parallel planes 0.08 apart.
The extracted (actual) circumferential line, in any crosssection of the conical surface, shall be contained between two coplanar concentric circles with a difference in radii of 0.1.
The extracted (actual) cylindrical surface shall be contained between two coaxial cylinders with a difference in radii of 0.1.
In each section, parallel to the plane of projection in which the indication is shown, the extracted (actual) profile line shall be contained between two equidistant lines enveloping circles of diameter 0.04, the centres of which are situated on a line having the theoretically exact geometrical form.
The extracted (actual) surface shall be contained between two equidistant surfaces enveloping spheres of diameter 0.02, the centres of which are situated on a surface having the theoretically exact geometrical form.
The extracted (actual) median line shall be within a cylindrical zone of diameter 0.03 parallel to the datum axis A.
The extracted (actual) surface shall be contained between two parallel planes 0.01 apart which are parallel to datum plane D.
The extracted (actual) axis of the cylinder shall be contained between two parallel planes 0.1 apart that are perpendicular to datum plane A.
The extracted (actual) median line shall be within a cylindrical tolerance zone of diameter 0.1 that is parallel to datum plane B and inclined at a theoretically exact angle of 60 to datum plane A.
The extracted (actual) median line shall be within a cylindrical tolerance zone of diameter 0.08, the axis of which coincides with the theoretically exact position of the considered hole, with respect to datum planes C, A and B.
The extracted (actual) median line of the toleranced cylinder shall be within a cylindrical zone of diameter 0.08 the axis of which is the common datum straight line AB.
Loca
tion
tole
ranc
esRu
nout
tole
ranc
es
Symmetry of a midplane
Radial runout
Axial runout
Total runout
Total runout Surfaces at right angles
The extracted (actual) median surface shall be contained between two parallel planes 0.08 apart which are symmetrical to the datum median plane A.
The extracted (actual) line in any crosssection plane perpendicular to common datum straight line AB shall be contained between two coplanar concentric circles with a difference in radii of 0.1.
The extracted (actual) line, in any cylindrical section, the axis of which coincides with datum axis D, shall be contained between two circles 0.1 apart.
The extracted (actual) surface shall be contained between two coaxial cylinders with a difference in radii of 0.1 and the axes coincident with the common datum straight line AB.
The extracted (actual) surface shall be contained between two parallel planes 0.1 apart which are perpendicular to datum axis D.
Dimensions in mm
Extr
act f
rom
DIN
ISO
110
1
Sphere
GEOMETRICAL TOLERANCE DEFINITIONS