Originally Posted by PhoneboxAngel
Hi! New to the forum here.
1. The tolerances are not boxed, so they are not TED.
2. The position tolerance datums to A and B, so only three degrees of freedom are constrained.
3. The tolerance zone must be perpendicular to the primary datum if the 45° angle is not boxed.
4. Even if we assume that the 88.8, the 36.8 and the 45° are supposed to be TED, another dimension is still missing, so the tolerance zone wouldn’t be a cylinder, it would in fact be a slot.
5. The drawing is total xxxxx.
6. Considering there’s a decimal comma instead of a point, the drawing is most likely from Germany, Austria, France etc. I’m from Germany, too, and I often find that German designers often know nothing about GD&T, but keep insisting on making such cute drawings that leave you puzzled. I like American drawings much better.