konstant verlaufen

English translation: to be constant / to have constant thickness

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German term or phrase: konstant verlaufen
English translation:to be constant / to have constant thickness
Entered by: Jon Fedler

15:08 Dec 10, 2007
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / CAD/3D data
German term or phrase: konstant verlaufen
Aus einer Firmenunterlage "Allgemeintoleranzen für Bauteile abgeleitet aus CAD/3D-Daten"

Die markierte Fläche muss sich - ausgehend vom Gesamtbauteil - zunächst in einer Toleranzzone von 0,8 mm
(±0,4 ) befinden. Anschließend muss diese Fläche - nun für sich alleine betrachtet - eine eigene, parallel (normal)
verschiebbare Toleranzzone von 0,4 mm (±0,2 ) einhalten, so dass z. B. ein anzuschraubendes Bauteil oder
ein anzuschweißender Blechflansch möglichst parallel = spaltfrei aufliegt oder *eine Fuge konstant verläuft*.
Jon Fedler
Local time: 18:32
to be constant / to have constant thickness
Explanation:
In this case, you could say "any gap is constant" or "a seam has a constant thickness".
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to be constant / to have constant thickness


Explanation:
In this case, you could say "any gap is constant" or "a seam has a constant thickness".

Darin Fitzpatrick
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Thanks Darin

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