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This class provides a comprehensive overview of part tolerancing, including different types of tolerances and the relationship between tolerances and part dimensions. Tolerances describe the range of acceptable measurements for a part that still allows it to perform its intended function. Tolerance ranges typically describe linear measurements, but parts can have surface texture tolerances as well. Part designers attempt to balance the tolerance, and therefore production cost, of a product with its functionality requirements.

Improper tolerancing can result in parts that do not function as intended or parts with dimensions that are more accurate than necessary, which adds unwanted costs to production. After taking this class, users will be able to describe common methods of part tolerancing and the impact tolerances have on part production and quality.

  • Difficulty: Beginner

  • Format: Online

  • Number of Lessons: 10

  • Language: English

  • 30 Day Access from Date of Purchase

Basics of Tolerance 121

SKU: 120030
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