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Chapter 9
Runout

Excerpt

Readers will learn:

1. Apply circular runout to diameters to achieve balance and two dimensional form.

2. Measure circular runout on diameters with full indicator movement at circular cross-sections.

3. Apply total runout to diameters to achieve balance and three dimensional form.

4. Measure total runout on diameters with full indicator movement traversing the entire surface.

5. Apply geometric tolerances on round parts in a sequential fashion with escalating power.

6. Apply, define and set-up compound datum features used for total runout.

7. Apply and measure circularity, cylindricity, circular runout and total runout on the same part.

8. Define a ball bearing assembly.

9. Apply and measure perpendicularity and total runout of a planar surface to a datum axis.

10. To utilize the continuous feature of size symbol for control of total runout.

  • -Circular Runout
  • -Total Runout
  • -Comparison of Perpendicularity and Total Runout on a Planar Surface

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