## How does GD calculate true position?

True position is the deviation between the theoretical position on a drawing and the actual position, measured as the centerline, on the final product. True position can be calculated using the following formula: true position = 2 x (dx^2 + dy^2)^1/2.

**How do you define true position of a hole?**

The true position is usually set at the centre of the feature being toleranced. For example, for a hole, the true position is set at the hole’s axis. Around it, we define the 2D or 3D diameter tolerance zone based on the feature characteristics.

**What is true profile in GD?**

The profile of a surface specification defines a 3-dimensional tolerance zone equidistant from the theoretically exact shape or curve (i.e. the “True Profile”) to control all the points along the surface to be within a tolerance range.

### How many datums are needed for true position?

Tolerance Of Position must always have one or more datum references except for two exceptions: Coaxial cylinders and a pattern of features of size used as a primary datum.

**What is the difference between true position and concentricity?**

Concentricity is similar to position, however is not the same. While Concentricity controls the derived median points (imperfect and scattered) of surface elements, position will control the axis (perfectly straight) of the feature.

**Does true position require basic dimensions?**

True position is established with basic dimensions from a datum reference frame or from other features that are related to the datum reference frame. All dimensions must be basic and are considered theoretically exact.

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**What are datums in GD?**

A datum is a plane, a straight line, or a point that is used as a reference when processing a material or measuring the dimensions of a target. ISO Definition.

**What are the four requirements to correctly specify a position tolerance?**

Position Tolerance Requirements:

- Must be applied to a feature of size or a pattern of features of size.
- Basic dimensions used to define the true position.
- Datum references must be used (except when applied to coaxial diameters).
- RFS is the default condition unless MMC or LMC is specified.

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**How do you calculate true position?**

True position can be calculated using the following formula: true position = 2 x (dx^2 + dy^2)^1/2. In this equation, dx is the deviation between the measured x coordinate and the theoretical x coordinate, and dy is the deviation between the measured y coordinate and the theoretical y coordinate.

## What does true position mean?

Definition of True Position. True Position is the total permissable variation that a feature can have from its “true” position–that is, the total variation from the position if there was no error on an ideal part. Depending on how it is called out, true position can be used in a lot of different ways.

**What is geometric dimension and tolerance?**

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD) is a system for defining and communicating engineering tolerances.

**What is the formula for position?**

Formula: True Position (T) = 2√(x 2 + y 2) Tolerance Deficit = S – T Where, x = Offset (X) y = Offset (Y) S = Specified True Position Related Calculator: