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Tolerances
Last Post 26 Nov 2013 09:08 AM by Carlos Castañeda. 4 Replies.
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A.Becks
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04 Jun 2013 06:58 AM
    Hi people,

    I have a college question that requires me to tolerance several parts to BS and ISO standards. I have found how to tolerance holes and the shaft diameter but cannot find how to tolerance the length of the shaft.

    Can anyone help?
    pete droessler
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    04 Jun 2013 05:02 PM
    I am not familular with BS and ISO, why not ansi?
    Niel
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    12 Jun 2013 02:59 PM
    Pete:

    BS = British Standards
    ISO= International Standards Organization

    Both are systems of standards which are very similar to the GDT standard per ME / ANSI.

    Niel Leon
    charnathan
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    31 Jul 2013 07:24 PM
    You should be able to show the length of the shaft by a side view of the part (depending on how it is drawn)

    You are mistaking that you need a , but this symbol is only necessary when drawing hole specifications. This symbol is used for depth if it is not a through hole.
    Carlos Castañeda
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    26 Nov 2013 09:08 AM
    Maybe you´re looking for ISO 286 and ISO 2768 standards.
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