Due November 20 at beginning of lecture.

# Problem 9.2 (3 points)

(Figure 9.88 on page 534) Sketch, or draw with CAD, a multiview drawing then add dimensions.

# Problem 9.3 (4 points)

(Figure 9.92 on page 536) Use the tolerancing tables in Appendixes 3-7 to calculate the limit dimensions between the shaft and hole for the given classes of fit.

# Problem 10.4 (4 points)

Sketch or draw the two-view drawing shown in Figure 10.40. Add the geometric dimensioning information per the following information:

1. Where the small cylinder intersects the large cylinder in the right side view, make the face on the larger cylinder datum feature D. Control this surface with a flatness tolerance of .005.
2. In the right side view, make the axis of the small cylinder datum feature E. The axis must be perpendicular within a .002 cylindrical tolerance zone at maximum material condition relative to datum feature D.
3. In the front view, make the .500-.505 slot datum feature F. Position this slot within a .003 tolerance zone at maximum material condition relative to primary datum feature D and secondary datum feature E at maximum material condition.
4. Make the 2.500 and 4.00 diameters basic dimensions.
5. Position the four small holes within a .005 cylindrical tolerance zone at maximum material condition relative to primary datum feature D, secondary datum feature E at maximum material condition, and tertiary datum feature F at maximum material condition.
6. Apply a profile of a surface tolerance of .050 to the outside surface in the front view relative to primary datum feature D and secondary datum feature E at maximum material condition.