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ISO 8062-4

Geometrical product specifications (GPS) - Dimensional and geometrical tolerances for moulded parts - Part 4: General tolerances for castings using profile tolerancing in a general datum system

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 July 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 32
ICS Code (Limits and fits): 17.040.10
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This document specifies general geometrical tolerances using surface profile tolerances related to a general datum system that remains on the final part. It also specifies machining allowances and draft angles (tapers) for castings in all cast metals and their alloys produced by various casting manufacturing processes.

NOTE When there is no datum system (target or integral) on surfaces remaining in the final condition, this document cannot be applied.

Document History

February 18, 2020
Geometrical product specifications — Dimensional and geometrical tolerances for moulded parts — Part 4: Rules and general tolerances for castings using profile tolerancing in a general datum system
This document gives the rules for geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing of final moulded parts and parts machined out of moulded parts. It also gives rules and conventions for the indications of...
ISO 8062-4
July 1, 2017
Geometrical product specifications (GPS) - Dimensional and geometrical tolerances for moulded parts - Part 4: General tolerances for castings using profile tolerancing in a general datum system
This document specifies general geometrical tolerances using surface profile tolerances related to a general datum system that remains on the final part. It also specifies machining allowances and...

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