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Advanced Method of Tolerance Analysis

In previous articles about tolerance analysis, I discussed the step-by-step plan and the way of adding up. The latter can be a worst-case sum or a statistical sum. In ‘The distribution of tolerances’ I also discussed the types of distributions that may...

The Distribution of Tolerances

In a previous article the statistical tolerance stack-up analysis is discussed. It is usually profitable to do a statistical tolerance stack-up analysis instead of a worst-case analysis. A worst-case analysis often leads to low tolerance specifications and therefore...

Statistical Tolerance Stack-up Analysis

In the article Worst-case Tolerance Stack-up Analysis you read about the worst-case or linear stack-up analysis. In such an analysis it is assumed that all dimensions in the tolerance chain have worst-case deviations form their nominal value. In a statistical analysis...

Worst-case Tolerance Stack-up Analysis

Suppose that you went through your tolerance analysis step plan and made a tolerance chain. The only thing to do now is to add up all tolerances. This seems easy enough but there are a few questions to consider: What to do with asymmetrical tolerances? Do you perform...