Tolerance pertains to the allowable variation from actual specifications permitted in the manufacturing operation.

See also:
"Tolerance" is in the UNSPSC Code "60105415"
Tolerance training instructional materials

Ref: 124332/2006-10-06

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
ISO 1132-2:2001 (Title: Rolling bearings - Tolerances - Part 2: ...)
ISO 1132-1:2000 (Title: Rolling bearings - Tolerances - Part 1: ...)
Weighing machinery (Weighing machinery are scales and weigh modules ...)

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