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milenko
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posted 05 March 2001 03:02 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'm trying to determinate a machine and process capability and I have those questions. Can I determine a machine capability measuring only one shaft with a plenty of processed surfaces, then each surface has its own fit tolerance, becouse of its cylinderity? If I can should I consider all fit tolerance measuring results for only one shaft? Or should I consider MIN and MAX measured fit tolerance for a plenty of shafts?

Is it better for the process control to use XR ratio or Xs ratio?

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Any shaft metal cutting experts out there?

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