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Applying Statistics to Tolerance Stacks
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This is a textbook that teaches how to apply statistics to tolerance stacks. Topics covered include RSS, modified RSS, Monte Carlo, applying capability, specifying capability on the face of... More > drawings, sub stacks, contributors in statistical stacks, defects per million parts vs. defects per million assemblies. The textbook includes exercises and complete solutions for the exercises. See a you tube description of this book at http://youtu.be/_I8g1t-x6Yc< Less
Using The Stacks Wizard - An Introduction and Examples
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This book describes the Stacks Wizard. The stacks wizard is a program that assists the user in performing tolerance stacks according to the two column method. The two column method requires the... More > user to keep track of many rules, document each step of a stack, and perform the math. It is easy to forget the rules, the documentation can be tedious, and it’s easy to make a mistake performing the math. The stacks wizard prompts the user through the stack, keeps track of the rules, and performs the math. The result is a correct stack done quickly and relatively easily and well documented. This book starts by describing the stacks wizard. Then it shows poke by poke, with screen shots, exactly how to use the stacks wizard to perform each of the example stacks in the book “Creating Tolerance Stacks” by David Slopsema The book also tells you how to purchase the Stacks Wizard< Less
Functional Gaging - Per ASME Y14.43 - 2011
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Creating Tolerance Stacks: Training and Exercises
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This is a textbook that teaches the user how to create tolerance stacks using the ‘Two Column’ method. The book teaches how to establish a stack path, ground out the parts, and create a... More > stack using all geometric characteristics. Fundamental concepts of GD&T are reviewed when introducing each new characteristic. This revision includes examples of the 7 stacks that should be done for a bolted joint with fixed fasteners. All examples and exercises include complete, detailed solutions. For more information, see the Youtube video at: http://youtu.be/T6uAn9jx6iM< Less
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