Tag: Rule #1
"Why doesn’t Rule #1 apply to the straightness of a Derived Median Line?" In this article, we look at both surface straightness and straightness of a feature of size to understand why Derived Median Line Straightness overrules Rule #1 of GD&T.
GD&T Rule #1, also known as the Envelope principle, states that the form of a regular feature of size is controlled by its “limits of size." Limits of size, or otherwise known as size tolerances, can be seen in many forms. A few of them are symmetric, unilateral, and bilateral.
This video is in response to a question that we received on our question line from Lokesh. Lokesh asked us if a material modifier can be used with cylindricity. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing modifiers are...