©These Standard Tolerances are applicable to the average profile (shape); wider tolerances may be required for some profiles (shapes) and closer tolerances may be possible for others. ©The tolerance applicable to a dimension composed of two or more component dimensions is the sum of the tolerances of the component dimensions if all of the component dimensions are indicated. ©Wh en a dimension tolerance is specified other than as an equal bilateral tolerance, the value of the standard tolerance is that which applies to the mean of the maximum and minimum dimensions permissible under the tolerance for the dimension under consideration.

©Where dimensions specified are outside and inside, rather than wall thickness itself, the allowable deviation (eccentricity) given in Column 3 applies to mean wall thickness. (Mean wall thickness is the average of two wall thickness measurements taken at opposite sides of the void.)

©i n the case of Class 1 Hollow Profiles (Shapes) the standard wall thickness tolerance for extruded round tube is applicable. (A Class 1 Hollow Profile (Shape) is one whose void is round and one inch or more in diameter and whose weight is equally distributed on opposite sides of two or more equally spaced axes.) o6At points less than 0.250 inch from base of leg the tolerances in Col. 2 are applicable.

°7Tolerances for extruded profiles (shapes) in T3510, T4510, T6510, T73510, T76510 and T8510 tempers shall be as agreed upon between purchaser and vendor at the time the contract or order is entered. °8The following tolerances apply where the space is completely enclosed (hollow profiles (shapes)); For the width (A), the balance is the value shown in Col. 4 for the depth dimension (D). For the depth (D), the tolerance is the value shown in Col. 4 for the width dimension (A). In no case is the tolerance for either width or depth less than the metal dimensions (Col. 2) at the corners.

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