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    ASME Y14.5-2009, Geometric Boundaries II GD&T Reference Book

    This is an exclusive book from Engineers Edge!!


    Geometric Boundaries II is a practical guide for the interpretation and application of GD&T per. ASME Y14.5-2009. You will find comprehensive and easy to read illustrations on all relevant dimensioning and tolerancing subject areas. This training and reference book is a valuable resource that details the symbology on: datum's, limit tolerancing, true position, flatness, straightness, concentricity, circularity (Roundness), independency application, perpendicularity, parallelism, profile of surface, profile of line, runout tolerances, special applications and more!.

    This book is perfect for individuals new and experienced in applying the principles of geometric tolerancing and dimensioning. It shows how to break down the language of geometric product definition into a series of steps that ensure that the reader can interpret and apply GD&T. Each chapter is designed to elicit a response based on functionality, cost effectiveness, producibility, ease of inspection, and many other factors that must be considered to optimize the dimensioning and tolerancing method for design, manufacturing and inspection.




    Geometric Boundaries II is soft bound and has 267 pages. Officially published April 9, 2009.


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    ASME Y14.5-2009, Geometric Boundaries II GD&T Reference Book

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    A quick guide to GD&T Basics


    Here is a quick and concise guide to understand GD&T basics.

    "An ideal assembly design comprises of parts which fit each other right….right at the first time! In such a case, the designer is always sure of the assigned clearances and tightness. But in cases where a large number of these parts need replication, conveying the right size and shape (i.e. the nominal dimension of the surface of the part) to the manufacturer is almost impossible.
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