In any CNC turned part design, there is always the potential risk of the part being out of tolerance. The causes of these risks vary, but in many cases they can be traced back to the design of the part itself. In order to minimize the risk of problems, the designer should carefully consider process tolerances.

If the size is too tight, the desired effect may not be achieved. Dimensions that are too loose may affect the fit and function of the part. Therefore, a balance must be struck between these extremes. Best practice is to use tolerances that are appropriate for your application. For example, tighter tolerances are often used for precision parts, while looser tolerances are more forgiving and help reduce costs.


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