What do you mean by true dimension and ISO-Constraints?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Let’s define the terms one by one:

  •  True Dimension-:  True dimension is the measurement, which is required after the machining. This is the value that ought to be accomplished after the machining.
  • ISO- Constraints-: When degrees of freedom of geometry have been taking up by a predictable combination of measurements and fixed geometry. That geometry is said to be ISO-CONSTRAINED.

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