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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)

Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

To use these test you simply run the slide show and use the down arrow key to navigate. If you find any mistakes please let me know and I will fix them and post the updated file to the www.mygdtsite.com. The part number above reflects the current rev. Hope this helps, let me know! Dave Hebert (Senior Level GD&T Professional) Note: these tests are not associated with ASME

A B C D
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Can the datum reference to B allow extra positional tolerance to the given Positional tolerance? A B C
Section 5.3.2.2 ASME 1994 Y14.5M

Yes No

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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Can datum shift be used here to allow more misalignment than the given Positional tolerance? A B C
Section 1.3.17 ASME 1994 Y14.5M
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Yes No The specification as shown does not follow the Standard. Datum B can not be referenced at MMC.

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Can the datum reference to B allow more misalignment than the given Positional tolerance? A B C
Section 5.3.2.2 ASME 1994 Y14.5M

Yes No

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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Hey Joe, I have this part and decided to use the Bonus tolerance concept. It ends out that we were having issues because the bonus tolerance caused perpendicularity issues. How should I deal with the problem?

A B C

Go back to the way you used to dimension, using bonus tolerance is a great concept but with the added tolerance is added perpendicularity error. Limit the maximum amount of Bonus tolerance you can have. This will limit the amount of tolerance that can be applied to the bore.

Fig. 6.42 ASME 1994 Y14.5M

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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

How do you limit Bonus Tolerance?

A B C D
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Under the FEATURE CONTROL FRAME add the words MAX BONUS TOL .005 (for .005 bonus tolerance) Look at the sketch above and notice the added section before the datum callout. This is the way to place a limit for the perpendicularity tolerance. After the geometric tolerance in the FEATURE CONTROL FRAME add the word MAX .005 You have to work it out mathematically using the geometric tolerance and the material condition modifiers.
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Which of the following is the formula for FLOATING FASTERNERS?

A B C D
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H =T-F T =H+F

T =H-F (see appendix B2 for technical description)


= (MMC) smallest Hole (MMC) largest Fastener

HPositional Tolerance =F-T T =H-F

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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

The Floating fastener formula can only be used under the following scenario?

A B C D
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Fasteners are same diameter + Clearance holes are same diameter + Positional tolerances are the same. Fasteners are same diameter + Clearance holes are RFS + Positional tolerances are the same. Fasteners are same diameter + Clearance holes are MMC + Positional tolerances are the same. Fasteners are same diameter + Clearance holes are LMC + Positional tolerances are the same.
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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Which of the following is the formula for FIXED FASTERNERS?

A B

F = H + T1 + T2 H=F

T1 + T2 = H - F (see appendix B2 for technical description) (T1 + T2) Allowable positional tolerance is as follows:

F T1 = H + + C Pos.+ Tol (1) T2Pos. Tol (2) = (MMC) smallest Ho le (MMC) largest Fastener

D
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T1 + T2 = H - F
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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Which of the following is the formula for FIXED FASTERNERS with added compensation for a positional tolerance that doesn t specify a projected tolerance zone. A B C D
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H = F + T1 + T2 (1 + (2P/D))

= F + T1 + T2 (1 + (2P/D)) (same as fixed fastener except for the compensation factor H = F + T1 + T2 (1 + (4P/D)) attached to the Pos. Tol. of the tapped hole. This is needed due H F + T1 + from tapped holes that are not perfectly perpendicular) to= errorsT2 (1 - (2P/D))
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H = F + T1 + T2 (1 / (2P/D)) H

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

If only the compensation section of the formula is applied to the following, how much more positional tolerance is required for the tapped holes?
Reference H = F + T1 + T2 (1 + (2P/D))

A B A B C D

Depth = 4 Projection = 1 Depth = 3 Projection = 1

C D

Depth = 2 Projection = 1 Depth = 1 Projection = 1

(1+(2*1)/4)) = 1.5X more positional tolerance required for tapped holes (1+(2*1)/3)) = 1.67X more positional tolerance required for tapped holes (1+(2*1)/2)) = 2X more positional tolerance required for tapped holes (1+(2*1)/1)) = 3X more positional tolerance required for tapped holes
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

In the Fastener Formulas what do the following letters represent? T1 T2 H F D P - Positional Tolerance for Clearance holes - Positional Tolerance for Tapped holes - Min Clearance Hole diameters - Max Fastener Diameters - Min Depth of thread engagement - Max Fastener Projection

A B C D
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F = H + T1 + T2 H = F (T1 + T2) F + T1 = H + T2 T1 + T2 = H - F
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Please refer to ASME 1994 Y14.5M for more descriptive definitions

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

It may be helpful for this exercise to think of a surface plate or flat piece of manufacturing equipment to look similar to the jagged line shown below because at a microscopic level it probably is.

Actual surface (surface plate or part)

Theoretical

C D B A

theoretical Plane aSurface Plate (for example) What isthe theoretical Plane aof a Datum Feature called? called (regards to datum's)? called? s theactual surface of derived from(in regards to Datum's)? actual surface of Part called the Datum Feature Simulator(surface plate) Datum Plane it s the TGC (theoretical geometric counterpart) of the datum feature Simulated Datum Plane Datum Feat re Simulated Datum Feat re Surface of the Surface plate or Machine Surface)
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A B C D

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Match the words in the left column to those in the right column. Actual size Actual local size Actual mating size Nominal size Resultant condition size Virtual condition size A B C D
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Constant (no bonus) How big/small it acts Cross section (2d) Variable (bonus+) Just a name Actual Part

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

What is the Datum Feature Simulator? Ring Gauge


The axis of the of the part. The ring gauge. The surface of the OD of the of the part. The surface of the ID of the ring.
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A B C D
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

While inspecting a part the inspector went through the process of finding a precision ground pin that fit tightly in a drilled hole (shown in red). Is this method called: A B C D A B C D
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- Circumscribed - Resultant condition method - Inscribed Virtual condition method

Pin

Inscribed the pin touches on all the high spots of the inside of the hole.

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Can you use a precision ground gauge pin in this manner to determine if a hole in a part is too large? A - YES B - NO

Pin

A B C D
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No, you cannot detect lobes (as shown above in blue) with a pin.

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

If you only used a gauge pin to check the spec on this hole what information did you uncover about the hole?

Pin

A B C D
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Straightness of the hole. The geometric counterpart of that feature. The actual mating size. Both B and C.
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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

While inspecting a part the inspector went through the process of finding a Ring Gauge that fit tightly around the outside diameter of a feature (shown in red). Is this method called: A B C D A B C D
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- Circumscribed method - Radial measuring - diametrical measuring Ring Method Ring Gauge

Cirumscribed the Ring Gauge touches on all the high spots of the outside of the feature (smallest circumscribed cylinder).

GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

What is the True Geometric Counterpart in the sketch to the right: Ring Gauge
The axis of the of the part. The axis of the of the ring. OD of the of the part. ID of the ring.
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A B C D
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

What is the True geometric counterpart in the sketch below. This is a precision ground vice holding a part to be measured.

Datum

A B C D
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The mid plane of both faces of the vise jaws . Both faces of the vise jaws. The face of the solid jaw (jaw that doesn t move). The face of the part that is up against the face of the solid jaw.
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

In this case, the vice is being used as a ______ Feature _________. Datum _______ Simulator

A B C D
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Datum Feature Simulator Both faces of the vise jaws. The face of the solid jaw (jaw that doesn t move). Datum

The face of the part that is up against the face of the solid jaw.
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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Which center line defines the mid plane of the true geometric counterpart of the part shown below?

Datum

A A B C D
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The mid plane of two parallel planes (faces of the jaws here) at minimum separation.

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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Which center line defines the derived median plane of the feature?

Datum

A A B C D
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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Which center line defines the center plane of the feature?

Datum

A A B C D
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Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

When a deep hole is drilled in a part there is a tendency for the drill to walk. This result of a crooked drilled hole can be seen in the assembly on the right (in blue). GD&T has a positional tolerance zone shape that can deal with this. What is the name of the tolerance zone? A conical tolerance zone A B C D
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The mid plane of both faces of the vise jaws . Both faces of the vise jaws. The face of the solid jaw (jaw that doesn t move). The face of the part that is up against the face of the solid jaw.
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GD&T SELF EVALUATION TEST - DIFFICULTY LEVEL - 9 (of 10)


Reference ASME Y14.5M - 1994 by David Hebert (GD&T Senior Level Certified but not associated with ASME) Test # - 1994-TL9-T01A-RevA

Please supply the answers to the following: 5.0 MMC of the hole = _________ 5.5 LMC of the hole = __________ 1.0 Possible Bonus Tolerance = __ A B C D
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Possible Datum Shift = 0 ________ .0 Virtual Condition = __________ Y Is Datum Plane A a mid plane (Y/N) = __ Resultant condition if actual hole size is 5.2 diameter = _____ 6. What is the material condition for the 5mm modified at?______ RFS
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