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How to interpret "True" on and angular dimension

Question asked by Christopher Estelow on May 4, 2018
Latest reply on May 4, 2018 by Christopher Estelow

I was wondering if anyone could supply their interpretation of "True" with regards to an angular dimension on a print as shown in the below image.  I believe that it means they basically want pretty much a countersink to the specified diameter all the way around both ends. I mean they could use a 60° countersink tool and cut into the part until it meets the diameters specified.  Personally I think it would be much easier if it was dimensioned as wØ1.94/1.88 x 60%%d.

 

What are your thoughts?

 

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Thanks in advance,

Chris

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