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ISO Tolerances

ISO Tolerances

ISO Tolerances

Where can I find a complete listing of the ISO shaft and bore tolerance designations (such as H7, p9, etc)?

RE: ISO Tolerances

There are many catalogs which have these ISO tol.
Begin with INA bearings, Stockdrive, all bearing companies.
The mechanical handbook has the tolerances.

Happy hunting.

RE: ISO Tolerances

The ISO standard number is 286. This ISO standard has also been adopted by Australian standards as AS1654.1 and AS1654.2 which can be purchased online at www.standards.com.au

RE: ISO Tolerances

Try going to http://www.kok.com/
We are currently using this program on each of our engineers computers. It's a great program.

RE: ISO Tolerances

I need ISO shaft and bore tolerance designations (such as H7, p9, etc)?

RE: ISO Tolerances

You can find part of the answer in Machineries Handbook
for the H7 portion, I have an old Handbook and it does
not list the p9 tolerances. I do have a standard at work
and would be glad to fax it to you.  I believe it is a
din standard.  The capital letters apply to the bores
and the small letters apply to the shaft.
email j.geisey@juno.com

RE: ISO Tolerances

ISO standard 2768-mk what does the the mk stand for

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