Asked by Alonde Legrand on Mar 10, 2024

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An LN3 fit is a locational transition fit.

Locational Transition Fit

A type of fit defined by tolerances that allows for a limited amount of either interference or clearance between assembled parts.

  • Describe the unique characteristics that distinguish the three types of fits: clearance, interference, and transition.
  • Discern the purposes and features of locational, clearance, and interference fits.
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Shubhit Bhatia

Mar 10, 2024

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False
Explanation :
An LN3 fit is a type of interference fit, not a locational transition fit.