No...My understanding is that position is 2D

I think this is the second question in a week regarding the interpretation and setup for measurement to datums. Position tolerance can be 2D in very thin cross sections like a .0005" shim however if there is a 3D Datum Reference Frame then the interpretation of the geometric tolerance boundary for position (and others) is 3D.

My best and most practical answer is that you need significant training in the interpretation and application of datums and the perspective geometric tolerances.

I'm not going to attempt the train you in this forum as you need a lot of basics..

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