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    Angularity Tolerance

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    Is the answer is "Surface B only" or "Both sides of the toleranced feature" for the question which is in the picture?

    I think "Surface B Only". Anyone can confirm me.

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    "Both sides of the toleranced feature" - Never, when applied to a feature of size the tolerance would apply to the derived center plane..

    Is this homework?

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    Thank You, I understand that.

    I am studying GD&T myself & was going through some exercise material. This was a question in that.

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    It should be noted that the callout really doesn't make sense -- because it's indeed applied to a surface, but then it has the MMC modifier, which shouldn't be there.
    But I guess that doesn't affect the question, if taken literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belanger View Post
    It should be noted that the callout really doesn't make sense -- because it's indeed applied to a surface, but then it has the MMC modifier, which shouldn't be there.
    But I guess that doesn't affect the question, if taken literally.
    I didn't see the MMC when I quick glanced... Question is flawed...
    Last edited by Kelly Bramble; 07-31-2013 at 07:38 PM.

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