Asked Feb 13, 2020

What is the MMC of shaft "C"?

0.750 ± .002
0.740 ± .005
INSTRUCTIONS: Refer to the illustrations above to answe

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0.750 ± .002 0.740 ± .005 D. INSTRUCTIONS: Refer to the illustrations above to answe


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Step 1: Definition

MMC stands for Maximum Material Condition, which is the feature of the size of the object that describes the condition of the material in the object which is maximum in volume/size which is within the tolerance limit of the object.


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