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Tolerance Keywords and Syntax in Design Tables

When entering values for tolerances in a design table, use the following keywords, in the syntax shown.

NONE

BASIC

MIN

MAX

BILATERAL;<max_variation>;<min_variation>

LIMIT;<max_variation>;<min_variation>

SYMMETRIC;<max_variation>

FIT;<class>;<hole_fit>;<shaft_fit>;<type_fit>;<max_variation>;<min_variation>

FIT_WITH_TOLERANCE;<class>;<hole_fit>;<shaft_fit>;<type>;<max_variation>;<min_variation>

FIT_TOLERANCE_ONLY;<class>;<hole_fit>;<shaft_fit>;<type>;<max_variation>;<min_variation>

where:

<max_variation> is the positive tolerance.

<min_variation> is the negative tolerance.

<class> is the general classification. Valid values: USER_DEFINED, CLEARANCE, TRANSITIONAL, PRESS.

<hole_fit> is the hole fit class. Examples: A9, H12, ZC11, and so on.

<shaft_fit> is the shaft fit class. Examples: a9, h12, zc11, and so on.

<type> is the type of fit. Valid values: HOLEFIT, SHAFTFIT.

If a cell is left blank, the tolerance value is NONE.

For a derived configuration, if a cell is left blank, the component uses the tolerance value of its parent.

Related Topics

Dimension PropertyManager

Fit Tolerances

Tolerances

 



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