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Re: Angularity vs Profile


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Posted by John-Paul Belanger (64.12.96.198) on December 12, 2002 at 21:49:55:

In Reply to: Angularity vs Profile posted by Antonio Patino on December 12, 2002 at 16:39:40:

I think your second interpretation is closer to the correct one. It sounds like the profile tolerance is locating that inclined surface at a precise distance from the datum reference framework of A, B, C. And then the angularity tolerance is only controlling orientation (and flatness) to a tighter amount. So there is no conflict -- the angularity zone can float within the profile zone, which is fixed to A, B, C.



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