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Larry Jeffus
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What is a part's tolerance?

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The meaning of part's tolerance.

Explanation

The drawing of a machine part or product can never be machined in real life with hundred percent accuracy and precision. To make sure that the product is still accepted, even if it is not hundred percent accurate and precise, tolerances are given to the product.

Tolerance is the upper limit and lower limit that is given to the dimension of the product to make an acceptable range of the dimension. If the dimension falls inside this range, the product is accepted, otherwise it is rejected.

Part tolerance is a tolerance that is given to a particular part of the product...

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