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What is method of defining parts based on how they function?
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
What ae symbol for GDT shown in?
Feature control frames
With a shaft, what is the maximum material condition size allowed?
Largest (tolerance)
With an internal feature, such as a hole, what is the maximum feature size allowed?
Smallest (tolerance)
What is the term used in GDT to desribe how much a feature can deviate from:
-Ideal form
-Orientation
-Position
as it departs from maximum material condition?
Envelope principle
What is the opposite of least material condition?
Maximum material condition
What is a precise flat surface made from steel or granite and used as a base for inspection?
Surface plate
What is a hand-held instrument for measuring lengths and inside and outside diameters and depths?
Height gauge
What is a perfect plane, centerline or point?
Datum
What is the most important datum?
The primary datum
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Datum Feature
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Concentricity
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Circularity
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MMC
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LMC
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Parallism
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Flatness
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Cylindercity
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Between
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Staightness
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Profile line
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Profile Surface
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Position
What is the largest allowable size of a feature, such as a shaft, added to the maximum allowed geometric distortion?
Virtual condition
What is using fixtures and devices to inspect parts?
Functional gauge
What is a mechanical fastener used to join together two or more parts?
Threaded fasteners
What is the top or peak of the screw thread?
Crest
What is the distance between the corresponding points on adjacent thread forms, measured parallel to the axis?
Pitch
What is the bottom of the screw thread?
Root
What is the average of the major and minor diameter on a screw?
Pitch diameter
What is the threaded representation most commonly used when drawing threaded fasteners?
Simplified
What is a dimensioned, multi-view drawing of a singe part?
Detail drawing
What is a complete set of standardized drawings specifying the manufacture and assembly of a product, based on design?
Working drawings
What shows standard parts in an assembly, such as threaded fasteners, bushings, and bearings?
Assembly view
What is every part in an assembly assigned?
Part number
What do dimensions that are not specially toleranced, use?
General tolerance note
What is a formal request for making changes to an engineering drawing?
Engineering Change Order
On a screw thread, what indicates its allowance or tolerance?
Class
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Fillet
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Square Groove
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Bevel Groove
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Corner Flange
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V Groove
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U Groove
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J Groove
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Spot Weld