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In atttached drawing sheet metal thickness is 0.8mm, when i do tolerance stack up analysis in worst case i am get interference of - 0.3 & clearance of 0.5mm.?

By RAMESH D on 28 Dec 14:22 1 answer 849 views 0 comments

In attached drawing, sheet metal thickness is 0.8mm, when i do tolerance stack up analysis in worst case i am getting interference of - 0.3 & clearance of 0.5mm . I have a doubt why they have used +-0.2mm tolerance for hole position & overall dimension of the casing. If we do tolerance stack up analysis it wont assemble properly.
In many sheet metal drawing i have seen like this in worst case either it will interference occur or gap will occur if the tolerance is given +-0.5mm
So any one can help me in this tolerance value for sheet metal mating parts. How to consider the value of tolerance either based on the manufacturing or application.

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  • hyperloop
    hyperloop 4 months ago

    Hi Ramesh,

    in the first drawing you gave just 4 dimensions for IQC what if the dimension between the holes (61,5) is out of tolerance and and IQC doesnt inspect that ? What would it happen ?

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