thecretical boundary shaped identically to the basic profile. For an internal feature, the boundary equals the MMC size of the profile minus the positional tolerance, and the entire feature surface must lie outside the boundary. For an external feature, the boundary equals the MMC size of the profile plus the positional tolerance, and the entire feature surface must lie within the boundary. To invoke this concept, the term BOUNDARY is placed beneath the positional tolerance feature control frame.
6.5.6 Coplanarity- Coplanarity is the condition of two or more surfaces having all elements in one plane.
220.127.116.11 Profile Tolerance For Coplanar Surfaces. A profile of a surface tolerance may be used where it is desired to treat two or more surfaces as a single interrupted or noncontinuous surface. In this case, a control is provided similar to that achieved by a flatness tolerance applied to a single plane surface. As shown in Fig. 6-20, the profile of a surface tolerance establishes a tolerance zone defined by two parallel planes within which the considered surfaces must lie. No datum reference is stated in Fig. 6-20. as in the case of flatness, since the orientation of the tolerance zone is established from contact of the part against a reference standard; the plane is established by the considered surfaces themselves. Where two or more surfaces are involved, it may be desirable to identify which specific surface(s) are to be used as the datum feature(s). Datum feature symbols are applied to these surfaces with the appropriate tolerance for their relationship to each other. The datum reference letters are added to the feature control frame
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