Practical tolerancing example

Tolerancing is a vital stage that comes after the design phase, critical enough to warrant a re-design. It is a statistical evaluation balancing quality, cost and end-user satisfaction. The purpose of tolerancing is to determine the maximum manufacturing errors, for both optical and optomechanical components, that still produce a system with acceptable performance. Here I discuss two tolerancing techniques, Inverse Limit and Sensitivity.

Published 23.9.2018 by Jani Achrén who would be crazy happy if you’d read the rest here.

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