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SYMMETRICAL AXIS OF A HOLE USED AS REFERENCE
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Posted by: Esteban Celemin

02/20/2003, 05:07:28

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Hello,

I am facing a problem when l need to establish the perpendicularity tolerance of a surface related to an axis.

This is my doubt:

Is it possible to use the symmetrical axis of a hole as reference axis to relate the perpendicularity tolerance to this axis?
This would mean that the perpendicularity tolerance of the surface would be related to the symmetrical axis of the hole.
Thanks a lot,

Esteban











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Posted by: Cragyon

02/20/2003, 07:17:00

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Defining a surface to be perpendicular to a axis (hole, pin, etc..) is done by establishing the the axis feature as a datum, then specifying the surface as perpendicular to the axis datum.

I don't know what a "symmetrical axis of a hole" is... Can you elaborate?

: Hello,

: I am facing a problem when l need to establish the perpendicularity tolerance of a surface related to an axis.

: This is my doubt:

: Is it possible to use the symmetrical axis of a hole as reference axis to relate the perpendicularity tolerance to this axis?
: This would mean that the perpendicularity tolerance of the surface would be related to the symmetrical axis of the hole.
: Thanks a lot,

: Esteban













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