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    Default Scaling tolerances

    If a item was scaled lets say 1/5th and after cnc machining it was with in .001 of being in tolerance, if cnc machined full size would the full size be 5 times that or still within .001?

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    Default Re: Scaling tolerances

    Originally posted by Ken
    If a item was scaled lets say 1/5th and after cnc machining it was with in .001 of being in tolerance, if cnc machined full size would the full size be 5 times that or still within .001?
    Hi Ken,
    depends on the reason, for being out of the tolerance. If you have a difference between your real mill-diameter and your nominal mill-diameter in ONECNC, the difference should be constant with or without scaling. But if you have in inaccuracy in your solid, the difference should in/decrease with the scale you use.

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    Hi KingKong.

    Understood!

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