Chapter 15. Dimensioning. Objectives. Use the concept of dimensioning Explain the idea of tolerance in dimensioning Recall the fundamental rules and apply the techniques for dimensioning
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FIGURE 15.07. The detail drawing of the SHAFT.
FIGURE 15.10. Dimensioning terminology.
FIGURE 15.11. Redundant dimensions in (a) are poor practice. Dimensions in (b) are shown once in the view best suited for viewing.
FIGURE 15.13. Dimensions applied, considering the fit and function of the part
FIGURE 15.14. Reference dimensions.
FIGURE 15.15. Proper dimensioning of circles and arcs.
FIGURE 15.16. The vise assembly SPACER.
FIGURE 15.17. FunctionTwo possible dimensioned drawings of the SPACER.
FIGURE 15.19. Baseline dimensioning.
FIGURE 15.20. Chain dimensioning.
FIGURE 15.21. Checking the location of an arc center.
FIGURE 15.22. Contour dimensioning.
FIGURE 15.24. Dimensioning to solid lines.
FIGURE 15.25. Dimension placement and spacing.
FIGURE 15.27. Dimensioning cylinders and holes.
FIGURE 15.28. Dimensioning arcs.
FIGURE 15.29. Dimensioning chamfers.
FIGURE 15.30. Dimensioning
the sizes of machined holes.
(a) drill (b) blind (c) counterbore (d) countersink (e) spotface
FIGURE 15.32. Dimensioning slots.
FIGURE 15.33. Using local notes.
FIGURE 15.35. A deadbolt lock plate.
FIGURE 15.36. Plate dimensions.