#### Geometric Metrology, Dimensional Tolerances Inspection and Practices in Manufacturing Fundamentals

 The following resources requires a paid premium monthly or annual membership for access. Should you find any errors omissions broken links, please let us know - Feedback Geometric Metrology Dimensional Tolerances Inspection & Practices in Manufacturing Fundamentals (Using the Inch and Metric Units) Based on ASME Y14.5-2009 (R2004) Published by: Engineers Edge, LLC 510 N. Crosslane Road Monroe, Georgia 30656 Copyright © All Rights Reserved, Kelly Bramble 7 - Introduction 9 - Engineering Drawing Standards First and Third Angle Projection 11 - Tolerance Hierarchy 12 - Why Make a Dimensional Measurement? 13 - Metrology Measuring Equipment, CMM 15 - Surface Plate 17 - Metrology Measuring Equipment – Open Setup 18 - Height Gauge 19 - Sine Plate, Sine Bars 22 - Measuring Tapers with Vee-block and Sine-bar 23 - How accurate does our measuring equipment need to be? 24 - Gauge blocks 27 - Ring and Plug Gauges 29 - Gauge maker's Tolerance Chart 31 - Gauge Accuracy and Selection 44 - Practical Units of Angle 46 - Angle Gauges 48 - Minimizing the effects of temperature 52 - How many measurements do I actually need to make? 53 - Measuring for Geometric Tolerances 55 - Envelope Principal, Rule #1 59 - Continuous Feature 60 - Limitations Limits of Size 61 - Alternative for Measurements for Limit Tolerances Block Feature 62 - Dimension Origin 63 - Measuring Average Diameter 64 - Measuring Straightness of Surface 65 - Measuring Straightness of Cylinder 66 - Measuring Straightness of Derived Center Plane 67 - Measuring Straightness of Derived Axis 68 - Measuring Flatness 69 - Measuring Flatness of Derived Center Plane 70 - Measuring Circularity 73 - Generic Circularity/Cylindricity Verification Chart 74 - Measuring Cylindricity 76 - Measuring Parallelism 77 - Parallelism Control of Two Hole Features 81 - Measuring Perpendicularity of Surface 82 - Perpendicularity – Surface to Hole 83 - Measuring Angularity of Surface 84 - Measuring Position Tolerance at RFS 88 - Measuring Position Tolerance at MMC 94 - Measuring Hole Position Tolerance at RFS With Hole Datum's 95 - Measuring Concentricity 96 - Measuring Symmetry 97 - Measuring Profile of Line 98 - Measuring Profile of Surface 100 - Measuring Circular Runout 101 - Measuring Total Runout 102 - Screw Threads 103 - Measuring Screws Threads Three-Wire Method 104 - Measuring Gears and Splines 105 - Measuring Gear Size 106 - Gear Runout Inspection 107 - Gear Composite Inspection 108 - Gear Profile Inspection 109 - Gear Total Pitch and Index 113 - Tolerance Conversion Unilateral - Bilateral 114 - Six Sigma Concepts 115 - Calculating True Position and Conversion Chart © Copyright 2000 - 2021, by Engineers Edge, LLC www.engineersedge.com All rights reserved Disclaimer | Feedback | Advertising | Contact Date/Time: