6 Important Codes and Standards for Mechanical Design Engineers

ASME Y 14.5 GD&T Standard

As a design engineer, you must at least know the following few national and international codes and standards of mechanical engineering, if not more:   ASME Y 14.5 American Society of Mechanical Engineer or ASME Y 14.5 is most widely accepted Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) standard code for the mechanical engineering professionals and students. …

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6 Steps for Tolerance Calculation of Shaft Drawing with Din ISO 286 IT Grades and Fundamental Deviation Symbol

Fig.1: Typical Shaft Drawing Showing ISO 286 Tolerance & FD Symbol

Do you feel uncomfortable reading those shaft drawings with diameter values followed by the symbols like h8 or g5?   These symbols are combination of fundamental or basic deviation symbol and tolerance grades IT numbers and follows DIN ISO 286 standard. How?   Side Note: ISO 286 standards is equivalent to other national standard like …

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DIN ISO 286 Standard Tolerance Zone Size Table for Different IT Grades and Nominal Size

Reading the drawings with fundamental deviation (FD) symbols (like g, h or G, H etc) and IT grades will require ISO FD table and DIN ISO 286 fundamental or standard tolerance table. By the way, the ISO 286 standard is equivalent to other national and international similar standards like JIS B 0401, BS EN 20286, …

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DIN ISO 286 Fundamental Deviation Tables for Tolerance Calculation of Shaft

You will require ISO 286 tolerance and fundamental deviation (FD) table for reading the shaft drawing with deviation symbol and IT grade numbers.   As you know that ISO 286 is an equivalent standard of JIS B 0401, DIN ISO 286, BS EN 20286, CSN EN 20286 so the table will work with those standards …

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5 Symptoms of Wrong Camber Angle Setting for Your Vehicle

Un even tire wear

Camber angle impact on different parameters of vehicle handling as well as tire life. Following are the situations when you should check the correctness of your vehicle’s camber angle settings:   1. One sided tyre wire: If you observe uneven tire wear at any side of the wheel with most of the other portions of …

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