3.3.17 Taper and Slope Symbols. The symbolic means of indicating taper and slope for conical and flat tapers are shown in Figs. 2-15 and 2-17. These symbols are always shown with the vertical leg to the left.
3.3.18 All Around Symbol. The symbolic means of indicating that a tolerance applies to surfaces all around the part is a circle located at the junction of the leader from the feature control frame. See Fig. 3-17.
3.3.19 Free State Symbol. For features subject to free state variation as defined in para. 6.8, the symbolic means of indicating that the geometric tolerance applies in its "free state" is shown in Fig. 3-8. The symbol is placed in the feature control frame following the stated tolerance and any modifier. See Fig. 3-18.
3.3.20 Tangent Plane Symbol. The symbolic means of indicating a tangent plane is shown in Fig. 3-8. The symbol is placed in the feature control frame following the stated tolerance as shown in Fig. 6-43. Also see paras. 1.3.21 and 184.108.40.206.
3.3.21 Surface Texture Symbols. For information on the symbolic means of specifying surface texture, see ANSI Y 14.36.
Free state symbol
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