Published on 5th Jul '12 14:25
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Here’s the job I was working on a long time ago – a massive granite beam held in place with M20 tie-rods in an anchor plate. The clearance holes in the beam were Ø30mm, so lots of room.
So I did the drawing using classical tolerancing, which should have been fine. A ±0.01mm tolerance should be more than needed to clear in case the holes weren’t perfectly straight.
This is how the tie-rods looked in the manufactured