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    Actual Minimum Material Envelope

    ASME Y14.5 - 2009, 1.3.26 Envelope, Actual Minimum Material - This envelope is within the material. A similar perfect feature(s) counterpart of largest size that can be expanded within an external...
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    OK, sorry if I broke a forum rule. But there...

    OK, sorry if I broke a forum rule.

    But there is a nameless source that states that CF is the same as a composite position tolerance with the lower segment calling out a geometric tolerance of zero...
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    I responded under the question 1 thread.

    I responded under the question 1 thread.
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    continuous feature question 2

    Per the attached file, is the below statement correct?

    The upper image has the datum and non-datum diameters held coaxial. The lower image is equivalent except that now both sides make up datum...
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    Continuous Feature Question - 1

    Per the attached image, which call outs are equivalent, if any?

    Thank you!
  6. The only datum I see called out on the views that...

    The only datum I see called out on the views that you provided is datum B, which seems to be coming from a reference dimension (illegal). I will assume that datum A is a mating surface and datum B...
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    If you want help employing GD&T on your drawings...

    If you want help employing GD&T on your drawings then we need a more complete drawing to start with. You need the distance from the datums to the holes to be called out with basic dimensions. Also...
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    surface texture

    This is what ASME Y14.5 has to say concerning surface texture.

    1994: 3.3.21 Surface Texture Symbols. For information on the symbolic means of specifying surface texture, see ANSI Y14.36.
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  9. flatness of the derived median plane question

    Can flatness of the derived median plane be used as shown per the attached image?

    If yes, then which view should points "M" and "N" be shown in? I have these points in multiple views for the sake...
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    I have attached a more comprehensive drawing to...

    I have attached a more comprehensive drawing to further this conversation.

    The 3X .200 tabs are now a datum feature. Do the tabs now become an irregular datum feature of size since these three...
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    I am currently studying both standards. I plan...

    I am currently studying both standards. I plan to take the tech. level certification test per the 1994 standard some time this year. But I also want to know the 2009 standard. I found an online...
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    1.4 Fundamental rules (o)

    (o) Dimensions & tolerances apply only at the drawing level where they are specified. A dimension specified for a given feature on one level of drawing (e.g., a detail drawing) is not mandatory for...
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    Features of Size question

    I have been taking an online test per ASME Y14.5 - 2009 and keep getting this question wrong. The test does not say what the correct answer is.

    Per the attached image, the question asks to...
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    The ASME web site states over and over that the...

    The ASME web site states over and over that the test is to the current version of the standard. Then I found one blurb that stated the committee is working on updating the test to the 2009 standard....
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    ASME GDTP technician test

    Does anyone know if the ASME GDTP technician test covers the 1994 or 2009 standard?

    I don' want to study the wrong standard. Thanks!
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