The concepts of component interchangeability and dimensional tolerancing have since become an accepted part of manufacturing. Unfortunately, the misapplication of the latter can cause a host of problems. For instance, an overly stringent tolerance might require that parts go to a secondary grinding or EDM operation for completion, unnecessarily increasing costs and lead-time. Tolerances that are “too loose” or that aren’t in line with those of mating parts can make assembly impossible, leading to required rework, or in the worst case, making the finished product unusable.
So how to avoid these unpleasant situations?
What should be paid attention to the design tips?
What’s the properly apply part tolerances?
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