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ISO 8015:1985

Technical drawings -- Fundamental tolerancing principle

Specifies the principle of the relationship between dimensional tolerances and geometrical tolerances. It shall be applied to linear dimensions and their tolerances, angular dimensions and their tolerances and geometrical tolerances which define the following four aspects for each feature of the part: size form, orientation, and location. Refers to ISO 286/1, ISO 1101, and ISO 2692.


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