Functional Requirements

When documenting design intent, the user must consider both the stabilization of the part and the functional requirements of the individual features. See Fig. E-l. In dealing with Individual Features, both Form and Profile controls must be considered. If the application deals with Related Features, then Location, Orientation, Runout, and Profile controls must be considered.

E2.1 Type of Application. Once the type of application is determined, the user is directed to more specific diagrams. These diagrams prompt additional user decisions, such as what needs to be controlled (center plane, axis, or surface), functional tolerance to be met, applicable modifiers, and necessary datum relationships.

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