Subject: Adding a geometric tolerance



To add a geometric tolerance

   1   Do one of the following to choose Tolerance ():     

   On the ribbon, choose Annotate > Tolerance (in Dimensions).

   On the menu, choose Dimensions > Tolerance.

   On the Dimensioning toolbar, click the Tolerance tool.

   Type tolerance and then press Enter.    

   2   To display the geometric tolerance symbols, on the first line, click the Sym box.

   3   Click to select a geometric tolerance symbol.

   4   Under Tolerance 1, click the Dia box to add a diameter symbol.

   5   In the field, type the first tolerance value.

   6   To display the material condition symbols, click the M.C. box.

   7   Click to select a material condition.

   8   Under Tolerance 2, repeat steps 4 through 7 to add a secondary tolerance value, if appropriate.

   9   Under Datum 1, type the primary datum reference letter.    

   10   To display the material condition symbols, click the M.C. box.

   11   Click to select a material condition.

   12   Repeat steps 9 through 11 to add secondary and tertiary datum, if appropriate.

   13   In the second row, repeat steps 2 through 12 to add composite tolerances, if appropriate.

   14   In the Height box, type a projected tolerance zone height value, if appropriate.

   15   To insert a projected tolerance zone symbol, click the Projected Tolerance Zone box, if appropriate.

   16   Click OK.

   17   In the drawing, specify the location of the feature frame.

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