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1.0 GENERAL
1.1

General

1.2

Gage Standards Flow Chart

1.3

Gage Standards Change


Procedures

2.0 GAGE DESIGN


2.1

General

2.2

Design Layout Requirements

2.3

Design Status

2.4

Recording Design
Revisions

3.0 MANUAL GAGE DESIGN


3.1

General

3.2

Layout Format

3.3

Manual Design Sections

3.4

Manual Design
Sheet Numbering

3.5

Detail Identification

4.0 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD)


4.1

General

4.2

CAD Format for non-VPM


users

4.3

CAD Format for VPM Users

5.0 GAGE BASES


5.1

General

5.2

Base Sizes

5.3

Base Machined
Tolerances

5.4

Line Blocks

5.5

Hoist Ring Requirements

5.6

Fabricated Aluminum Base

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6.0 GAGE CONSTRUCTION


6.1

General

6.2

Datums

6.3

Clamping

6.4

Gage PIns

6.5

Flush & Feeler Checks

6.6

Sight Checks

6.7

Hinge/Template Units

6.8

Hand Held Gages

6.9

Statistical Process Checks

6.10

Material Specifications

6.11

Gage Colors

6.12

Gage Stamp Requirements

6.13

CMM Holding Fixtures

6.14

Operation Description Sheets

6.15

CMM Fixture Alignment


Procedure

7.0 INSPECTION & CERTIFICATION


7.1

Verification of CMM
Inspection Data

7.2

Inspection

7.3

Certification

7.4

Standard Build Tolerances

8.0 GR / GR&R
8.1

General

8.2

GR Study

8.3

GR&R Study

9.0 GAGE BUY-OFF


9.1

Buy-Off Form

9.2

Gage Record Book


Requirements

10.0 SHIPPING
10.1

Transit

10.2

Packaging

10.3

Documentation

11.0 DEFINITIONS

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12.0 APPROVED / RECOMMENDED


SOURCES
12.1

A. Approved Source List

12.2

B. Approved Source List

12.3

C. Approved Verification List

APPENDICES
A.

Outside Supplier Gages

B.

Soft-Hard Trim Gages

B2.

S0 Prototype Gages

C.

Optical / Non-Contact Gaging

D.

S0 General Gages

E.

Meisterbock

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REVISION

HISTORY

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Date:

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Section 7.3.4 D.

Changed point road map from upon request only to must be provided

7/29/2010

Section 12.1.1 A.

Add:

7/29/2010

Appendix E

Added Appendix E for Meisterbock Fixtures

7/29/2010

General Document
Section 1.1

Update website address for supplier access.

1/04/2010

Section 2.1.5

Add Note for English stock build & cost applications.

1/04/2010

Section 4.1

1/04/2010

Section 4.3

10 &11 - Update design reference & circle color code.


Add Fig 4.1 for Design Circle Color Code.
Combine back into 4.2 to follow current work practices.

Section 5.5.1

Use METRIC hoist rings.

1/04/2010

Section 5.6.4

Defined aluminum 6061 T651 as stress-relieved product.

1/04/2010

Section 7.2.2 F.

Change spaced along tangent to radius.

1/04/2010

Section 8.2

m. GR Study - Update GR% to 6.0 multiplier for 99.73% across normal curve.

1/04/2010

Section 12.1.1 A.

Reassign: - D&F Corp. to Section 12.2.1.B.

1/04/2010

Section 12.2.1 B.

Add:

- Independence Tooling
- Lakeshore Fixture & Gauge
- Vendor Code = Tri-Star
Remove: - Sky-Tec LLC
- Ultimate Tooling
- US Gage
Use any Section 12.1.1 & 12.2.1 Design suppliers for design only.

1/04/2010

Section 12.3.1 C.

Add:
- Dynamic Metrology Services
Remove: - RCO Engineering
- US Gage
Update: - Metrology South Inc.
- Vendor Code + address = Valeo Climate Control

1/04/2010

General Document
Section 12.1.1 A.

Change to Chrysler Group LLC.


Reassign: - Metro Technologies Ltd.
- Spec Technologies, Inc.
Remove: - Astronetics.
Add: - Arce Tool vendor code number. (Mexico ONLY)
- Bermont Gage & Automation
- Herramientas (HERSA) (Mexico ONLY)
- Magove (Mexico ONLY)
- Romeo Technologies
Reassign: - Jay-Enn
Remove: - Neil Fowler Design Assoc.

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7/06/2009

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Section 12.2.2 B.

Rev.12.1
7-2009

Section 12.2.1 B

Section 12.2.2 B

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Section 12.3.1 C.

Add: - 3C Metrology (Mexico ONLY)


- Carl Ziess (Mexico ONLY)
- Benteler vendor code number.

7/06/2009

General Document
Section 12.1.1 A.
Section 12.2.1 B.

Removed 2007 Revision History 10.0 & 1 items.


Remove: - Michigan Gage Specialties, Inc.
Add: - Clark Fixture (Mexico ONLY)
- Comau-Pico Pitex (Mexico ONLY)
- Costello Enterprises
- FFT Mexico (Mexico ONLY)
- Vendor Code = Tri-Star
Remove: - Michigan Gage Specialties, Inc
Add: - Vendor Code = ARCE Tool.
- Vendor Code = Benteler (Mexico ONLY)

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Section 12.3.1 C.

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HELP and INFORMATION


First Time User Reference Page:
First Time User Page
Purpose

The purpose of the AME/ASME Gage Standards is to provide Chrysler


personnel and suppliers with a reference source for required design and
construction standards for gage fixtures.

Audience

Any current and potential Chrysler suppliers, Chrysler


contractors/employees and the general public.
AME/ASME Chrysler Gage Standards may be viewed and/or printed from
your browser by section.

General Overview

This version of AME/ASME Gage Standards revised

8/01/2010.

A Web Browser, such as Netscape or Internet Explorer.


Software Requirements

It is recommended to use the corporate standard Internet Explorer for intraChrysler access.
For content questions please contact:
Bill Bielby at (248) 576-0775 {Tie Line 776-0775]
Email: mailto:WRB2@Chrysler.com

Chrysler Contacts

To View without frames, select by Chapter below:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Appendix A B B2 C D E
These links will launch a new Internet window.
Refer back to this page to navigate.

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CHAPTER 1.0 INTRODUCTION


To:

All Users

From:
Phone:
Email:

Bill Bielby, Gage / Process Engineer


248-576-0775 (Tie Line: 776-0775)
WRB2@Chrysler.com

1.1 GENERAL
This standard provides a common gage standard used by all Chrysler Engineering Departments except Power
Train Engineering. This standard supersedes previous releases of the AME Gage Standard (GED0C001) back to
Rev.9-98.
This standard gives the gage source guidance in the requirements for design, build, inspection and certification of
Chrysler gages to check all body-in-white, trim and chassis components. These Chrysler Gage Standards shall be
adhered to for ALL gage check fixtures.
Chrysler is supporting the Tooling and Equipment Supplement to QS-9000. Supplier must be third-party minimum
certified to either QS9000 TE Supplement or ISO9001:2000, unless otherwise agreed to by Chrysler in
writing. After December 15, 2006, third party certification for ISO9001:2000 will be required. Suppliers must
obtain ISO9001:2000 certification from a TS16949 approved registrar and auditor. A list of TS16949 approved
registrars is available at www.iatfglobaloversight.org. Supplier will provide evidence of the certification to
Chrysler upon request.
Deviations from these standards may be granted from the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer in writing and would
be included with the standard as part of a specification package. All quotations shall then state that the gage
fixture being quoted will be designed and built to the specification package and/or Chrysler Gage Standard.
Design approval shall not constitute a waiver or guarantee of responsibility for any gage purchased by
Chrysler. An approved gage design does not constitute a certified or functional gage.
The Advance Manufacturing Gage Process Engineer has lead responsibility for all Chrysler user run plant
gages. Appendix "A" defines the tasks required to design and build Outside Supplier Gages. The product
releasing engineer has lead responsibility for the tasks identified in the Appendix "A".
Only Chrysler APPROVED design/build sources shall be used, unless agreed upon by the Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer in writing using Waiver or Deviation request form from Chrysler Gage Process Engineer for
approval consideration.
=>For consideration to supply Chrysler Group gage fixtures, request copy of "Request for Recommended
Chrysler Gage Design / Build Source" document form:
Request to ADD Gage Source v07 6-04.xls,
from supplier's Chrysler Gage Process engineer contact for filing to initiate review process. Follow document's
"Req(uest) Procedure" file tab to complete.
For outside supplier gages, the Supplier shall notify the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer for authorization if he
wishes to use a design / build source that is not on the approved / recommended source list (Refer to Gage
Standard Section 12.0).

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1.2 GAGE STANDARDS


- ASME Gage Standards & Process responsible to chair and update Chrysler Design and Build Gage Standards.
- Updates canvassed from BIW Gage Process, Stamping Gage Process and the Chrysler users plus run plants.
- Gage Standards will review revisions to the standards before submitting for review and approval by BIW Gage
Process, Stamping Gage Process and the Chrysler users plus run plants.
1.3 GAGE STANDARD CHANGE PROCEDURE:
Standards are reviewed semi-annually for update.
Gage standards + form change requests are to be submitted in MQAS through the "Document Change Request"
(DCR) process form found in the "Released Documents" Lotus Notes database for document GEDOC001xx.
All change requests will be submitted by a Gage Process Engineer for review.
Addresses for viewing most current Chrysler AME/ASME Design and Build Gage Standards:
Intranet Address:

http://ame.ctc.chrysler.com
Internet Address:

https://gsp.extra.Chrysler.com/mfg/amedd/gages/index.htm
(Contact assigned Chrysler Gage Process Engineers for assistance.)

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CHAPTER 2.0 GAGE DESIGN


2.1 General
2.1.1
All gage designs become the property of Chrysler.
2.1.2
Gage designs shall be a Computer Aided Design (CAD). Manual gage designs require approval by Chrysler.
Gage designs that are required to be designed in CATIA Solid-E; see the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer for
direction and approval.
2.1.3
All CAD gage designs will be formatted in CATIA at time of delivery. (Chrysler user run plants only).
2.1.4
Holding fixtures shall be designed in CATIA Solid-E for Chrysler user plants
2.1.5
All gages shall be designed in metric.
(Note: English units used for where available standard stock sizes or cost considerations are necessary. ALL designs remain
shown with metric equivalent.)

2.1.6
Chrysler Gage Process will conduct a design kick-off/line-up meeting with the gage manufacturer.
2.1.7
The design proposal shall have Chrysler approval at 40%, 90%, and 100% completion. The design source will
submit one set of design plots for this review. All gage designs shall be signed-off by Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer using the Gage Design Kick-off, Review, and Approval form (GEFM001xx).
2.1.8
a.) ASME: Preliminary Operation Description Sheets (ODS) are to be made available at the 90% design review
for approval by Chrysler ASME Gage Process engineer.
b.) AAME: Preliminary Automated Manufacturing Planning Sheets (AMPS) are created by Chrysler AAME Gage
Process engineer with AMPS release two (2) weeks prior to V1 build when GR&R reports have been completed &
passed using S2 metal for verification of clamping sequence.
2.1.9
The gage shall address all G, D, &T controls and "toleranced" surfaces as shown on the released part model.
2.1.10
Minimum material thickness shall be used for the gage design, construction and CMM programming.
2.1.11
Design Considerations:
A. Operator and maintenance personnel safety.
B. Simplicity in operator part loading without restrictions or interferences.

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C. Free accessibility to all components for ease of maintenance and replacement.


D. Rigidity of construction for operation endurance for the life cycle of the vehicle.
2.1.12
After all issues from the 40% and 90% design reviews are resolved, the gage manufacturer is authorized to begin
build. This authorization is documented on the Gage Design Kick-off, Review, and Approval Form (GEFM001xx)
and is signed by the lead Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
2.1.13
Upon shipment of the gage fixture to the Chrysler User Run Plant, the designs are updated and to include gage
fixture dimensions and weight. Then, ship designs as directed by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
2.2 Design Layout Requirements
2.2.1
The fixture base will be parallel to the X, Y, or Z plane of vehicle. Base orientation will be determined by the
Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
2.2.2
Alignment features shall be shown on the gage drawing, targets and tooling balls.
2.2.3
All gage designs shall be identified with Chrysler Gage Numbers as shown on the MEDDS specification for each
design. Utilize the standard stock list (Figure 2.2a).
2.2.4
The base height shall be determined by the average inspection height of 1000.0 mm.
2.2.5
All math models required for the gage design shall be listed in the space provided. List part number, drawing or
layout number, name and latest change (Figure 2.2a).
2.2.6
List name, address, and phone number of manufacturer/supplier of all purchased parts on gage drawing.
(Reference: stock list).
2.2.7
List Chrysler commodity codes in the Standard Stock List. (Chrysler Design & Build ONLY. See Chrysler Gage
Design or Process Engineer.)
2.2.8
All bases larger than 48 inch x 48 inch will have legs and must be steel, unless otherwise noted by Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer.
2.3 Design Status
2.3.1
Design status reports are required weekly as directed by the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
2.3.2
Reporting Percentage Milestone Criteria:

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10% = Placed.
(Supplier has part information. Job has been started.)
40% = Design ready for review and approval.
(Job is laid out. Material is being ordered.)
90% = Design ready for final review (complete), buy-off, and ship to build source.
100%=Design complete including any build changes and archived at Chrysler.
2.3.3 New Model Planning Reporting Standards: (MEDOC001 xx)
Reporting standards are to reference New Model Planning (NMP) document (MEDOC001 xx) for uniform
reporting percentages on gage fixtures.
2.4 Recording Design Revision
2.4.1
Standard stock list sheet shall be the sheet used for all revisions. It shall indicate the latest revision, revision date,
and revision authority. The stock list shall accompany design to the build source.
2.4.2
All Revisions will be written clearly and completely. Write revisions per sub-models affected. (Reference Figure
2.2a.)
Example: Detail X Sub-model XXXXX Form revise; Hole relocated.
2.4.3
All designs shall be updated to include changes made during construction and noted in the change column.
2.4.4
Gage design or construction changes are not to be made without Chrysler Gage Process Engineer authorization.
If changes are required after the GR / GR&R study is completed, the ODS shall be updated prior to shipment of
gage fixture to the user run plant.
2.4.5
Design revision Change Letters:
- First change letter used is "A".
- All following change letters are used consecutively.
- No change letter shall be skipped, except the letters "I", "O" and "Q".
- Design revisions will carry a common change letter on every sheet involved in a particular revision.

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2.4.6 Changes shall reference the manufacturing Change Notice (CN) number and part engineering change
(EC) level.

Figure 2.2a Stock List

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CHAPTER 3.0 MANUAL GAGE DESIGN


3.1 General
NOTE: Manual gage design requires approval by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
3.1.1
Body lines shall be called out and stamped on finish adjacent edges of base, and the units that are mounted to
the base.
3.1.2
Use color for all part lines. A different color shall be used for each part. The identification of a part shall be called
out at least once on each gage design.
3.1.3
Identify net areas of the gage with cross-hatching.
3.1.4
Identify materials being used in cross sections with cross hatching.
3.1.5
Diamond characteristics identify on appropriate views and section.
3.2 Layout Format
3.2.1
The gage design layout shall conform to and contain the information as contained in Standard Stock List.
3.2.2
Change balloons shall be used with all revisions on layouts, stock list and on borderline.
3.2.3
Use a 10.0 mm diameter balloon for change letters.
3.2.4
The minimum sheet size is "D" size, 24.0 inch x 36.0 inch.
3.2.5
The maximum length of a sheet shall be 12.0 feet, with a maximum width of 42.0 inches.
3.2.6
All sheets shall have a 0.50 in. border all around.
3.2.7
Designs shall be full size, unless otherwise specified.
3.2.8
Major panel designs shall have a key sheet which may be at a reduced scale.
3.2.9
A full plan view of the part and gage base is required on fixtures that are symmetrical about the centerline. The
gage design shall show and detail the Right Hand side of fixture and any Left Hand only details.
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3.2.10
Centerline and body lines shall be shown in three planes and in all views and sections. To front "O" line, to
centerline of body and to bottom "O" line.
3.2.11
Start dimensions shall be shown in three planes; in full metric dimensions, at the right lower side of plan view for
right hand fixtures, and left lower side of plan view for left hand fixtures.
3.2.12
The stock list shall list stock size, not name of detail, except for weldments, which shall be listed as "welded
construction". Note: Always use standard manufactured stock sizes.
3.3 Manual Design Sections
3.3.1
The gage design shall show plan, front, end views and all other views and sections necessary to clarify design.
3.3.2
On drawings requiring sections, start with section letter "A" and continue through the alphabet in order.
Exceptions shall be for the letters "I", "O", and "Q". Also, list the sheet number where the section can be found.
On the sheet with the section, indicate where the section is taken from.
3.3.3
All sections shall be full size or larger and noted. Any section that shows sheet metal shall be identified by part
number.
3.3.4
All sections shall be cut normal to part surface.
3.4 Manual Design - Sheet Numbering
3.4.1
Sheet Numbers & Type of Drawings:
Sheet #1 - Key sheet or layout sheet.
Sheet #2 - Stock list (standard form)
- Sheet #2a, 2b, 2c, etc. = Stock list continuation sheets.
Sheet #3 - Additional layout or detail sheets.
3.4.2
Numbering for unitized drawings:
Sheet 101 ( unit 1, sheet 1) General Layout.
Sheet 102 (unit 1, sheet 2) General Layout or detail.
Sheet 103 (unit 1, sheet 3) Bill of Materials (if required).
Sheet 104 (unit 1, sheet 4) and higher as required.
Sheet 1401 (unit 14, sheet 1) example of unit 14.
Sheet 1401 (unit 14, detail #14001, unit 1, detail #1001).
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3.5 Detail Identification


-Details symmetrically opposite on separate bases
(Use same number.)
Detail 17-BRACKET
(NORM)

Detail 17-BRACKET
(NORM)

1 REQUIRED SAE
1018

1 REQUIRED SAE
1018

WELDED CONSTRUCTION

WELDED
CONSTRUCTION
SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE
FOR LH
FIXTURE

AS SHOWN
FOR RH FIXTURE

-Details not symmetrically opposite


(Use separate numbers.)
Detail 27-BRACKET
(NORM)

Detail 28-BRACKET
(NORM)

1 REQUIRED SAE
1018

1 REQUIRED SAE
1018

WELDED
CONSTRUCTION
FOR RH FIXTURE
ONLY

WELDED CONSTRUCTION
FOR LH FIXTURE ONLY

-RH

and LH Details on the same base


(Use separate numbers.)

etail 35-BRACKET
(NORM)

Detail 36-BRACKET
(NORM)

1 REQUIRED SAE1018

1 REQUIRED SAE
1018

WELDED
CONSTRUCTION
AS SHOWN
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CHAPTER 4.0 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) for GAGES


4.1 General
4.1.1
The design shall adhere to Chrysler supplied product math model, and the MEDDS / AMPS detailing gage
concepts.
4.1.2
Detailing is not required for CAD design, unless requested by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
4.1.3
CAD model of compatible references are furnished, when available (for reference only).
4.1.4
Designs shall be broken into sub-models. Each sub-model will consist of one complete stack of gage "fixturing"
from product surface to base surface. For DEA flexible tooling, each module assembly shall have its own submodel, using a unitized system.
4.1.5
CAD model shall be 3D & CNC compatible.
4.1.6
Details shall be identified in 3D wire frame model with a 3D number or CATIA attribute. Note a start point
indicating orientation of the detail and the appropriate gage symbol indicating net, flush, feeler, etc.
4.1.7
CAD models shall be separable, individual details shall be in separate layers (base, clamps, composite, etc.)
4.1.8
Each CAD model shall be a complete representation of the finished "fixturing" for that sub-model, showing open
position of clamps, templates, etc.
4.1.9
Designs may be completed in wire frame or CATIA Solid-E, as specified in process specification package.
4.1.10
When designing in wire frame, tapped holes and dowel holes shall be represented by a circle of the nominal value
with color code attributes from hole diameter. The circle color code shall be placed on the face of the detail where
screw or dowel would enter. Counter bored holes shall have actual depth shown on the design. (See Figure 4.1)
4.1.11
When designing in CATIA Solid-E, tapped and dowel holes should be represented by nominal tap drill size with
circle color code. (See Figure 4.1)

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Figure 4.1 Design Circle Color Code reference for hole attributes.
Hole
TYPE mm

DWL - SF

DWL - PF

TAP

THRU / CLNC

SIZE/COLOR

RED (2)

PINK (95)

GREEN (3)

BLUE (4)

3R

3R

3R

3.5 R

4R

4R

4R

4.5 R

10

5R

5R

5R

5.5 R

12

6R

6R

6R

7R

16

8R

8R

8R

9R

20

10 R

10 R

10 R

11 R

Note: All construction holes will be the Color

GREY (10)

4.1.12
For wire frame designs, provide face definitions for periphery, flush, feeler, and net surfaces.
4.1.13
The gage shall be designed for N/C machining and shall be able to maintain dimensional integrity while being
machined.
4.2 CAD File Format for users
4.2.1

Establish the CAD file using the following format:

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Example #1: The file name for an inspection model is given as: S7FTAN55255516AA_AR_S01R_REL.
The file name is defined as:
S = Stamping Tool Gage.
7 = Model Year of product; 1997.
FT = Flexible Tool Gage.
AN = Body style.
55255516AA = Part number.
AR = Product change level, "AR".
SO1R = Sub-model S01 Right Hand.
REL = Gage design change level "Release."
Example #2: The file name for an inspection model is given as: A7QRS3400_REL_S01_A
The file name is defined as:
A = Assembly Tool
7 = Cube Tool for 1997 RS
Q = Cube Tool fixture.
RS = Body style.
3400 = Area number.
REL = Product Change Level Release
S01 = Sub model S01
A = Tool design Change Level, "A".

4.2.2
When CATIA CAD designs are created for Chrysler checking fixtures, creation of symmetrically opposite
models is not required. The following guidelines are examples for symmetrical and asymmetrical fixtures.

Example #1: R1 Stamping Fixture for Panel Door Inner which is right hand shown, left hand symmetrically
opposite.
Part Info for Example #1:
Part #55251234AA Rt. Engineering Change Level "D"
Part #55251235AA Lt. Design Change Level "REL"
MY/VF 1998 DN
Only models for the right hand fixture are required.
The file name should contain both right hand and left hand part numbers. "RL" should follow the base and submodel identification, which designate the model as being right hand shown with the left hand symmetrically
opposite.
S8RDN55251234-5AA_D_STKLIST_REL
S8RDN55251234-5AA_D_R1ODS_REL
S8RDN55251234-5AA_D_BASERL_REL
S8RDN55251234-5AA_D_S01RL_REL
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Example #2: R1 Stamping Fixture for Panel Rear Qtr. Otr. which is right hand shown, left hand symmetrically
opposite except as shown.
Part Info for Example #2:
Part #55255678AA Rt. Engineering Change Level "C"
Part #55255679AA Lt. Design Change Level "REL"
MY/VF 1998 DN
All models for the right hand fixture are required.
Only non- symmetrically opposite models are required for the left hand fixture.
The filename should contain both right hand and left hand part numbers. "RL" should follow the sub-model
identification, which designate the model as being right hand shown with the left hand symmetrically opposite. "R"
should follow the sub-model identification, which designates the model as being right hand only. "L" should follow
the sub-model identification, which designates the model as being left hand only. The base sub-model should be
followed with the appropriate designation of "RL", "R" or "L".
Note: The left hand model should be created on the left hand side.
S8RDN55255678-9AA_C_STKLIST_REL
S8RDN55255678-9AA_C_R1ODS_REL
S8RDN55255678-9AA_C_BASERL_REL
S8RDN55255678-9AA_C_S01RL_REL
S8RDN55255678-9AA_C_S02R_REL
S8RDN55255678-9AA_C_S02L_REL
Example #3: R1 Stamping Fixture for Panel Cowl Side which is right hand shown, and left hand is significantly
different to justify a separate design.
Part Info for Example #3:
Part #55253456AA Rt. Engineering Change Level "C"
Part #55253457AA Lt. Design Change Level "REL"
MY/VF 1998 DN
All models for the right hand fixture are required.
Filename should contain only the right hand part number for the right hand part. "R" should follow the base and
sub-model identification, which designates the model as being right hand only. Filename should contain only the
left hand part number for the left hand part. "L" should follow the base and sub-model identification, which
designates the model as being left hand only. Note: The left hand model should be created on the left hand side.
Both designs require their own stock list and Operational Description Sheet (ODS).
S8RDN55253456AA_C_STKLIST_REL
S8RDN55253456AA_C_R1ODS_REL
S8RDN55253456AA_C_BASER_REL
S8RDN55253456AA_C_S01R_REL
S8RDN55253456AA_C_S02R_REL
S8RDN55253457AA_C_STKLIST_REL
S8RDN55253457AA_C_R1ODS_REL
S8RDN55253457AA_C_BASEL_REL
S8RDN55253457AA_C_S01L_REL
S8RDN55253457AA_C_S02L_REL
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Example #4: R1 Stamping Fixture for Panel Hood Inner which is right hand side shown, left hand side
symmetrically opposite.
Part Info for Example #4:
Part #55259876AA Engineering Change Level "D"
MY/VF 1998 DN Design Change Level "REL"
Only models for the right hand side of fixture are required.
"RL" should follow the sub-model identification, which designate the model as being right hand shown with the left
hand symmetrically opposite. "R" should follow the sub-model identification, which designates the model as being
right hand only. "L" should follow the sub-model identification, which designates the model as being left hand only.
No letter designation is required for base or sub-models which are a center line models.
S8RDN55259876AA_D_STKLIST_REL
S8RDN55259876AA_D_R1ODS_REL
S8RDN55259876AA_D_BASE_REL
S8RDN55259876AA_D_S01RL_REL
S8RDN55259876AA_D_S02R_REL
S8RDN55259876AA_D_S02R_REL
S8RDN55259876AA_D_S03_D_REL
Example #5: R1 Stamping Fixture for Panel Dash which is non-symmetrical across centerline.
Part Info for Example #5:
Part #55255432AA Engineering Change Level "D"
MY/VF 1998 DN Design Change Level "REL"
All models of the fixture are required.
No letter designation is required for base or sub-models.
S8RDN55255432AA_D_STKLIST_REL
S8RDN55255432AA_D_R1ODS_REL
S8RDN55255432AA_D_BASE_REL
S8RDN55255432AA_D_S01_REL
S8RDN55255432AA_D_S02_REL
4.3 CAD File Format (See 4.2.)
4.3.1 (Combined with 4.2 for 1/04/2010 release.)

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CHAPTER 5.0 GAGE BASES


5.1 General
5.1.1
The base / frame shall be sized so that all clamps and targets do not overhang the periphery of the base / frame
when in the open position. Also, there shall be sufficient surface provided on the base for mounting
interchangeable tooling, inspection equipment and a Chrysler identification plate.
5.1.2
The base / frame height shall be determined by the average inspection height of 1000.0mm
5.1.3
The part shall be a minimum of 100.0 mm above base/ frame, except CMM holding fixtures (refer to Section
6.13).
5.1.4
Machined surfaces of bases / frames shall be rust-proofed.
5.1.5
All tooling plate gage bases / frames shall have jig feet in the four corners.
5.1.6
Floor bases / frames shall have provisions for leveling, utilizing all base pads include details in stock list.
5.1.7
Sub-base construction with multiple units shall utilize machined corners on the sub-base when units are doweled
at assembly. Sub-base corners shall be labeled / stamped.
5.1.8
Base / frame's leg, or cart if base /frame size is less than 48 inches x 48 inches, requirements shall be finalized
with the user run plant at the 40% design review and noted in the MEDDS specification. If cart is required, all
carts must have a bottom metal shelf located above the casters for part storage.
5.1.9
Legs for bases / frames will be itemized in fixture stock list.
5.1.10
Legs or carts are to be shipped to the user run plant only. Do not ship to die / machine tryout sources. If so
released and authorized for shipping, replacement liability will be supplier's responsibility.
5.1.11
All legs will have leveling screws. And, if casters are supplied for legs or carts as agreed upon in Gage Plan, two
(2) of the four (4) casters must have locking mechanisms.
5.1.12
Holes for attached legs shall be provided; legs shall be shipped unassembled from base and not to cause
damage to check fixture components.
5.1.13
The material for cast aluminum bases shall be SAE 315 or equivalent; with Brinell hardness of 74. The average
yield strength shall be 26,000 PSI and a tensile strength of 35,000 PSI. Supplier shall furnish their own pattern.
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5.1.14
All bases shall be machined on two adjacent edges.
5.1.15
All steel bases / frames shall be stress relieved
5.1.16
All aluminum bases shall be normalized.
5.1.17
Body Lines shall be scribed and stamped from finish adjacent edges of base.
5.2 Base / Frame Sizes:
5.2.1 Base material, size, and fabrication requirements.
Aluminum

Steel

Base Size Base Material


(base must
fit within
parameters
in both
directions)

Base Size Base Material


(base must
fit within
parameters
in both
directions)

6.0 in x
6.0 in to
6.0 in x
12.0 in

1.0 in aluminum tooling plate, Blanchard


ground flat & parallel to +/- 0.05 mm
overall

12.0 in x
8.0 in to
12.0 in x
16.0 in

1.0 in aluminum tooling plate, Blanchard 18.0 in x


ground flat & parallel to +/- 0.05 mm
24.0 in to
overall
18.0 in x
30.0 in

1.0 in Thick (clean up) B.P. with Jig Feet


in x 1.50 x 0.44 in

18.0 in x
12.0 in to
18.0 in x
18.0 in

1.0 aluminum tooling plate, Blanchard


ground flat & parallel to +/- 0.05 mm
overall with Jig Feet 1.50 in x 1.50 in x
0.44 in

24.0 in x
24.0 in to
24.0 in x
36.0 in

1.0 Thick (clean up) B.P. with 3.0 in


Channel all around 24.0 in x 36.0 in
1.50.0 in from edge of plate with (4) 0.75
in. Thick pads on corners

18.0 in x
18.0 in to
48.0 in x
48.0 in

Aluminum Casting

30.0 in x
36.0 in to
30.0 in x
42.0 in
18.0 in x
30.0 in

1.0 in Thick (clean up) B.P. with 4.0 in


Channel iron all around 1.50 in from
edge of plate with (Use mean thickness
of web on channel iron) (4) 0.75 in thick
pads on corners

36.0 in x
42.0 in to
36.0 in x
48.0 in

Same as above except that maximum


thickness for web channel iron to be
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18.0 in x
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48.0 in x
48.0 in to
48.0 in x
84.0 in

1.25 in Thick (clean up) B.P. with 6.0 in


channel all around 3.0 in from edge of
plate plus sufficient channel braces and
(4) 0.75 in thick 7.0 in x 7.0 in pads on
corners. Legs and jack screws shall be
provided on all four corners plus (1) in
center of base

48.0 in x
84.0 in to
48.0 in x
120.0 in

Same as 48.0 in x 48.0 in except use 8.0


in channel iron

48.0 in x
120. 0 in
and over

Same as 48.0 x 48.0 in except use 10.0


in channel iron. Provide for (6) legs and
jack screws plus (1) in center of base

5.3 Base Machined Tolerances


5.3.1
Overall "square- ness" relationship of machined edges, length, and width shall be +/- 0.08 mm.
5.3.2
Overall parallelism between top and bottom surfaces shall be +/- 0.08 mm.
5.3.3
Bases / frames shall be flat within +/- 0.13 mm 0.13mm per square foot of area with a maximum of +/- 0.10 mm
total in any length.
5.3.4
Base surface finish shall not exceed 80.0 micro inches RMS roughness.
5.4 Line Blocks
5.4.1
Bases / frames larger than 24 in. x 24 in. require a removable line block. (See Figure 5.4a).
5.4.2
Chrysler Gage Process Engineer / user run plant determines line block or machine edge preference.
5.4.3
The hole pattern to locate line block around the gage shall have no more than 400.0 mm between locations.
5.4.4
Position line blocks outside of the gage and part.
5.4.5
Dowel holes in base for line blocks shall be reamed in steel bases and bushed in aluminum base construction.
(See Figure 5.4a).

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Figure 5.4a Line Block


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5.5 Hoist Ring Requirements


5.5.1
Supplier shall provide swivel clevis type METRIC hoist rings at the four (4) fixture corners if heavier than 60
pounds.
5.5.2
Hoist rings must have the load capacity to lift maximum weight of fixture plus 25%. Eye bolt size shall be
determined by maximum load of eye bolts at a 60 degree pull angle.
5.5.3
The eye bolt size shall be stamped near the hole on the base.
5.5.4
Use Helicoil screw locks for aluminum bases.
5.6 Standards for FABRICATED Aluminum Bases
5.6.1 General - Aluminum
Derived from Cast Aluminum Specifications.
5.6.2
All bases that are 36 square and under will require four (4) base pads and the center support will be machined on
the same plane as the pads. Any base that exceeds 36 in one direction and is under the 48 square inches will
require six (6) base pads and the center supports are machined on the same plane. (See example Figures 5.6a
and 5.6b.)
5.6.3
The overall height of the base cannot exceed 6 and will be no less than 5.
5.6.4 Material Specifications - Aluminum
The following rules apply for the construction of the bases:
(A) The main base plate will be made out of 6061 T651, stress relieved, 1 thick aluminum.
(B) (4 or 6) 2 x 2 x 3 x wall stock 6061 aluminum tubing at each corner for bases with (4 or 6) base pads.
The tubes will require a 1/8 drilled thru gas release hole on one of the outside faces. (See example
Figures5.6a and 5.6b.)
The tubes will consist of 2 x 2 x w/s x 3 lg for bases 5 thick and 4 lg. for bases 6 thick. The base
pads will consist of x 4 x 4. (5/8 finished approx).
(C) The base skirting and under surface structure for the X pattern will consist of 5/8 x 3 x length to suit.
(See example Figures 5.6a and 5.6b.)

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5.6.5 Weld Specifications - Aluminum


Refer to example Figures5.6a and 5.6b for locations and type of weld.
(A) Bases will have a stitch weld in the middle of the base to the tooling plate and skirting approximately 6
long on all (4) sides and spaced approximately 4 apart.
(B) The tubes & base pads will be 100% all around the under surface of the base.
(C) The X pattern & parameter of the base will consist of a stitch weld approximately 6 long and spaced
approximately 4 apart.
5.6.6 Tolerance and Machining Specifications - Aluminum
The following rules apply for the certification of bases.
1. Top and bottom surfaces shall be blanchard ground.
2. Overall parallelism between top and bottom surfaces shall be +/- 0.08 mm.
3. Overall "square- ness" relationship of machined edges, length, and width shall be +/- 0.08 mm.
4. Bases shall be flat within +/- 0.13 mm 0.13mm per square foot of area with a maximum of +/- 0.10 mm total in
any length.
5. Base surface finish reference Section 5.3.4.
6. All fixture bases steel or aluminum will have all of the pertinent certification reports contained with the gage
certification package.
a. Final Base Inspection Report.
b. Base Flatness Certification Report.

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Figure 5.6a Base construction specifications, small to medium.

3/4 TYP.

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Figure 5.6b Base construction specifications, large.


(Refer to example Figure5.6a for weld, machining, and tube placement specifications.)

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CHAPTER 6.0 GAGE CONSTRUCTION


6.1 General
6.1.1
Fixtures will be NC machined to math data per machining symbols. (Figure 6.1a & 6.1b)
6.1.2

No shims or adjustability shall be allowed in any gage. Chrysler Gage Process Engineer approval
required for the use of grind spacers.
6.1.3
All units mounted directly to a fixture base shall be built using dowel hole construction. Dowel at assembly is
permitted on the details / units that are indirectly mounted to the base.
6.1.4
6.0 mm diameter dowels shall be used unless dictated by a purchased component's dowel requirements.
6.1.5
Adequate protective safety devices shall be provided for protection of personnel and equipment, including stops
for drop assemblies and clamps.
6.1.6
Provide every gage with a gage certification tag (84-206-0020) supplied by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
(Figure 6.1c)

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= Flush Check

FLUSH CHECK

= Flush Check Constant

CAD/CAM

MT =

Flush Check
Plus Metal Thickness

DESIGN SIDE

FLUSH CHECK
CAD

Flush Check Constant


C MT =
Plus Metal Thickness

CAM

DESIGN SIDE
CAM

= 3mm Feeler Check


C

= 3mm Feeler Check Constant

CL

= 3mm Feeler Clear

CAD

DESIGN SIDE
FEELER CHECK
MT =

3mm Feeler Check


Plus Metal Thickness

3mm Feeler Check Constant


MT =
Plus Metal Thickness

CL

MT =

CAM
CAD

DESIGN SIDE

3mm Feeler Clear


Plus Metal Thickness
FEELER CHECK

& C

= Constant for full length of gage bar/check surface.

Figure 6.1a Machining Symbols.

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CAD/CAM

= Net Surface

NET

DESIGN SIDE
MT =

Net Surface
Plus Metal Thickness

CAD
NET

DESIGN SIDE

CAM

CAD

= Sight Check (3mm Clear)

SIGHT CHECK

DESIGN SIDE

3mm CLEAR

CAM

MT =

Sight Check (3m m Clear)


Plus Metal Thickness

CAD
SIGHT CHECK
DESIGN SIDE

3mm CLEAR
CAM

SD

= Shown Depth
(May be used with any symbol)

CAD/CAM

SHOWN DEPTH
3mm CLEAR

Figure 6.1b Machining Symbols.

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GAGE NO.

YR/VEH

PART NO.
PART NAME
RUN PLANT

BUILD SOURCE

ALSO CHECKS
NIC

E/C

DATE

CERTIFIED BY

INSP.DATA VERIFIED
GAGE CERTIFICATION
NIC

E/C

DATE

NIC

CERTIFIED BY

E/C

DATE

CERTIFIED BY

84-206-0020

Figure 6.1c Certification Tag (84-206-0020).


6.1.7
Provide on every gage fixture a GR/GR&R Tag (84-206-0021) supplied by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
(Figure 6.1c). Chrysler Gage Process Engineer provides tag for each Chrysler user run plant stamping and
assembly gage.

GAGE NO.
E/C

DATE

CERTIFIED BY

GAGE REPEATABILITY
(GR) PASSED
GAGE REPEATABILITY &
REPRODUCIBILITY
(GR&R) PASSED
84-206-0021

Figure 6.1d GR/GR&R Tag (84-206-0021).


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6.2 Datums
6.2.1
The datums as indicated in the part model G, D & T sheet shall be utilized as locators. (Ref: Design Kick-Off
Form, GEFM001 xx).
6.2.2
Identify locating points; i.e. datum, locating holes or surfaces; as shown in CAD model & on operation description
sheets.
6.2.3
All 2-way and 4-way PLP locating stab pins will be made to MMC condition unless otherwise directed by Chrysler
Gage Process Engineer.
Note: A 2-way locating Pin going into a round hole should be able to slide in the non-locating direction.
6.2.4
All datum pads shall be made the same size as shown in G, D & T.
6.3 Clamping
6.3.1
All clamping units must have ergonomic handles to eliminate pinch points and be approved by Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer.
6.3.2
Clamp units are to be mounted to the fixture base. Do not mount clamps to fixture plank material.
6.3.3
All toggle clamping shall be 90 degrees to surface of metal.
6.3.4
All clamps shall be inside the edge of base when in the open position. To minimize base size, if clamp does
overhang base in full open position, provide a stop pin.
6.3.5
The clamp contact point shall be centered to the net block.
6.3.6
Dowel all clamps, especially the clamping on non-planer surfaces requires dowels.
Chrysler Gage Process Engineer to determine product necessity and functional requirements for dowel
elimination at time of design review.
6.3.7
Stops shall be added when required to prevent pinch points.
6.3.8
All clamps and movable units shall be shown in open and closed position. Arc of travel and clearance to adjacent
units shall also be indicated. (Figure 6.3a)

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SINGLE NET

PLACE CLAMP SO CLAMP FORCE IS


PERPENDICULAR TO EXTENSION
LINE THROUGH CLAMP ARM PIVOT.

DUAL NET
INSIDE CORNER

DUAL NET
OUTSIDE CORNER

Figure 6.3a Gage Clamping.


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6.4 Gage Pins


6.4.1
All detail gages to have sight checks or pin checks for all holes as determined by application.
6.4.2
All holes with a positional tolerance of 1.0 mm or less shall be pin checked for location, unless otherwise
specified.
6.4.3
All locating holes shall be Go/No-Go pin checked, (Figure 6.4a), unless otherwise specified by Chrysler Gage
Process engineer for program.
6.4.4
When a hole size TOTAL tolerance range is 0.25 mm or less, the hole shall be checked with a Go-No Go pin.
(Figure 6.4a)
6.4.5
For checking hole locations, use the nominal hole size minus the hole size tolerance and location tolerance to
determine the gage pin diameter.

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RECOMMENDED GAGE CHECK PIN CONFIGURATION

CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

SIZED TO SELECTED
GAGE HANDLE
A

1.5 x 45
BOTH ENDS

GAGE CHECK PIN

17.0

19.0

G
G

RECEIVER BUSHING

SAE OIL HARDEN


& GRIND R/c 58-60

19.0

SIZED TO SELECTED
RECEIVER BUSHING

Use the following example to calculate gage pin diameter 'A'.


10.00 0.25
1.0 M A B M C M

10.00
-.25
9.75
-1.00
8.75

Hole diameter.
Minus minimum tol of hole size.
= Maximum material condition (Lo Limit of Hole)
Minus hole location toerlance.
= Gage pin diameter 'A'

For pierce and weld nuts. Use appropriate internal minor diameter listed in chart below
and subtract location tolerance to obtain gage pin diamter 'A'.
NUT SIZE
M5 X 0.8 - 6H
M6 X 1.0 - 6H
M8 X 1.25 - 6H
M10 X 1.5 - 6H
M12 X 1.75 - 6H

INTERNAL MINOR DIA. 'A'


4.134
4.917
6.647
8.376
10.106

Figure 6.4b Gage Pin Configuration.


Note: All hole locations and trim dimensions will be established from CAD math model.

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6.4.6
For a threaded hole pin, use minor diameter of thread minus ""locational"" tolerance for the pin size. Length of pin
shall be equal to projected tolerance zone specified on the part model G, D & T sheet.
6.4.7
See Figure 6.4c for construction information when using a double ended stab pin as a datum locator.
6.4.8
All blind hole checks shall have scribe pin capability. (Figure 6.4d)
6.4.9
All gage pins shall slip fit into standard size bushings. Bushings shall be press fit in nominal position in the gage.
Lock-Tite shall not be used.

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36.0
19.0

GO PIN

NO-GO PIN

G
CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

SHAPE OF SLOT -TOL.


SAE OIL HARDEN
& GRIND R/c 58-60

ROUND +TOL.

GO NO-GO PIN FOR (2) WAY DATUM SLOT


42.0
25.0
12.5

G
G

CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

STEPPED
GO/NO-GO PIN
SAE OIL HARDEN
& GRIND R/c 58-60

GO NO-GO PIN FOR 0.12 OR LESS

GO PIN

36.0
19.0

G
ROUND -TOL.

NO-GO PIN

1.5 X 45 BOTH ENDS

SAE OIL HARDEN


& GRIND R/c 58-60

CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

SHAPED +TOL.

GO NO-GO PIN FOR (4) W AY DATUM HOLE


Use the following example to calculate GO and NO-GO pin diameters.

10.00 Hole diameter


-0.05 Minus Minimum hole tol.
9.95 GO pin diameter

10.00 0.05

10.00 Hole diameter


+0.05 Minus Minimum hole tol.
10.05 NO-GO pin diameter

Figure 6.4a Go/No-Go Pins.

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RFS LOCATING PIN

MMC LOCATING PIN


B

1.5 x 45
BOTH ENDS

1.5 x 45
BOTH ENDS

17.0
61.0
25.0

G
G

19.0

G
G

19.0

D or E

A S.F.

A S.F.

Use 'D' when pin is used with RFS


pin in double ended holder.

15 INCL.

FOR GAGE
GAGE HOLE
9.00
13.00
19.00
25.00

HOLES
A
.250
.250
.250
.375

Use 'E' when pin is used alone in


single ended holder.

WITH SIZE TOLERANCE OF +/- 0.05


B
C
D
E
F
.312
8.95
25.0
19.0
7/16
.312 12.95 25.0
19.0
5/8
.312 18.95 25.0
19.0
7/8
.625 24.95 25.0
19.0
1-1/8

G
7.0
4.0
3.0
1.5

SAE OIL HARDEN & GRIND Rc 58-60

Figure 6.4c Locating Pins.

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RECOMMENDED SCRIBE PIN CONFIGURATION

CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

SIZED TO SELECTED
GAGE HANDLE
SIZED TO SELECTED
RECEIVER BUSHING

SCRIBE PIN

1.5 X 45

RECEIVER BUSHING
30

40.0

19.0

75.0
SAE OIL HARDEN
& GRIND R/c 58-60

LEAVE SHARP
'A'

Use the following example to calculate scribe pin diameter 'A'.


10.00 0.25
1.0 M A B M C M

10.00
-.25
9.75
-1.00
8.75

Hole diameter.
Minus minimum tol of hole size.
= Maximum material condition (Lo Limit of Hole)
Minus hole location toerlance.
= Scribe pin diameter 'A'

Figure 6.4d Scribe Pins.

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GRADUATION SET

GRADUATIONS 10.0 LONG


1.00 SPACING TYP.

ZERO LINE 20.0 LONG


TANGENT TO CHECK PIN FLANGE
DIA. TO
SUIT
D
1.5 x 45

62.0
GAGE HANDLE
5.0

40.0
20.0
STUD CHECK PIN
DIA. B TO SUIT
CLEARANCE HOLE

A
STUD CHECK PIN
SAE OIL HARDEN & GRIND Rc 58-60
D = GAGE HANDLE COLLET DIA.

STUD SIZE
M5 X 0.8 - 6G
M6 X 1.0 - 6G
M8 X 1.25 - 6G
M10 X 1.5 - 6G
M12 X 1.75 - 6G

MAJOR DIA. A
4.976
5.974
7.972
9.968
11.966

Figure 6.4e Stud Check Pin with Graduation Marks.

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RECOMMENDED GAGE HANDLE S & BUSHINGS FOR GAGE HOLE LOCATING PINS
CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

MMC CONDITION

RFS CONDITION

GAGE
HOLE

CARR LANE
HANDLE

CARR LANE
HANDLE BUSHING
(2 REQ'D)

9.00
13.00
19.00
25.00

CL-4-GHD
CL-4-GHD
CL-4-GHD
CL-6-GHD

CL-4W-321
CL-4W-321
CL-4W-321
CL-6W-563

CARR LANE
RECIEVER BUSHING
P-26-12
P-26-12
P-26-12
P-40-12

(.2500 IN. ID)


(.2500 IN. ID)
(.2500 IN. ID)
(.3750 IN. ID)

CARR LANE
GAGE HANDLE

RFS CONDITION

MMC CONDITION

GAGE
HOLE

CARR LANE
HANDLE

CARR LANE
HANDLE BUSHING
(1 REQ'D)

9.00
13.00
19.00
25.00

CL-4-GHS
CL-4-GHS
CL-4-GHS
CL-6-GHS

CL-4W-321
CL-4W-321
CL-4W-321
CL-6W-563

CARR LANE
RECIEVER BUSHING
P-26-12
P-26-12
P-26-12
P-40-12

(.2500 IN. ID)


(.2500 IN. ID)
(.2500 IN. ID)
(.3750 IN. ID)

P-26-12 BUSHING 13/32 IN. OD X 3/4 IN. LG.


P-40-12 BUSHING 5/8 IN. OD X 3/4 IN. LG.

Figure 6.4f Gage Handles and Bushing.

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6.5 Flush & Feeler Checks


6.5.1
All check elements shall be normal to part surface, except flush checks. They may be within 10 degrees
perpendicular to base.
6.5.2
Flush checks shall have a minimum of 20.0 mm flush surface (Figure 6.5a); 25.0 mm where possible.
6.5.3
Flush pin type checks may be used only upon approval by the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
6.5.4
All Stamping Assembly gages for closure panels shall have complete periphery gage bars. All cut line feeler
checks shall be 3.0 mm (Figure 6.5a). Fixture material type will be identified in MEDDS specification and at lineup meeting.
6.5.5
Gage bar supports shall be provided on all gage bars with 50.0 mm or more overhang.
6.5.6
Keep brackets below checking area, wherever possible.
NOTE: Tolerance groove, 1mm deep, with painted bottom, may be used in place of flush checks only upon
approval by the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.

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INCORRECT SURFACE.
DO NOT FOLLOW MATING PART.

CORRECT SURFACE.
0 EXTENSION TO
CHECKED SURFACE.
90

3.0 FEELER CHECK

GAGE BAR
PANEL - FENDER OUTER

90

3.0 FEELER CHECK


CORRECT SURFACE.
0 EXTENSION TO
CHECKED SURFACE.

GAGE BAR

20.0 MIN. TYP.


FLUSH CHECK

3.0 FEELER CHECK

20.0 TYP.
FEELER CHECK
GAGE BAR

Figure 6.5a Gage Bars.

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6.6 Sight Checks


6.6.1
All sight checks shall be 3.0 mm clear from part surface with a minimum depth of 3.0 mm. Sight checks shall be
made to virtual condition; maximum material condition (MMC) minus "locational" tolerance, or least material
condition (LMC) plus "locational" tolerance if a sight check hole becomes less than 1.5 mm diameter. (See Gage
Standards Chapter 2 Design Requirements.)
6.6.2
All holes not pin checked will be sight checked. (Ref. Figure 6.1b)
6.7 Hinge/Template Units
6.7.1
Use Chrysler approved standard commercial angle brackets, risers, hinge drops, template drops, etc. Fabricated
or refurbished units may be used with Chrysler Gage Process Engineer approval.
6.7.2
All fabricated drop units shall use bushings at pivot points and bushings when lock pins are used. (Figure 6.7a)
6.7.3
All drop units shall have steel thumb screws locks when lock pins are not used.
6.7.4
Provide stops for all gates, slides, clamps, gage bars, targets, drop templates, etc., in retracted position.
6.7.5
Hinge / template drops shall be steel "T- pinned" and bushed in the bracket / swing units when using SPC and
datum nets.
6.7.6
All templates are to be normal to check surface.
6.7.7
All templates are to be contour type, NC machined, and not profiled.
6.7.8
All contour template checks shall be specified as 6.35mm stock - SAE 1018.
6.7.9
Hinge/template drops shall have all sharp edges removed.

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USE SELF RETAINED L-PIN FOR


OPEN AND CLOSED POSITIONS.

Figure 6.7a Bushings and retained T-Pins or L-pins.


6.8 Hand Held Gages
6.8.1
Hand gages shall be designed as small and light as possible. Weight for hand gages shall not exceed 25 pounds
for one operator and 60 pounds for two operators. The total weight shall be calculated and indicated on the stock
list if over 25lbs and weight stamped on hand gage fixture.
6.8.2
Fixtures without a base (G) and hand templates shall have body line blocks, or a reference origin.
6.8.3
All removable details, which are not mounted on swing templates shall be secured to the gage and stamped with
the tool number.

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6.8.4
Fastening cables and / or a storage box shall be provided as required for all loose details when not in use on the
gage.
6.9 Statistical Process Checks
6.9.1
All critical characteristics require variable data gathering capability, unless specified by Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer.
6.9.2
Identify numerically all transducer points in operation description sheets with tags on the gage.
6.9.3
SPC bushings shall be set to math data.
6.9.4
SPC bushings shall have heads, be press fit, and not threaded. (Figure6.9a)
6.9.5
Adequate protection must be provided for all fixture mounted transducers.
6.9.6
The (2 in 1) flush and gap transducer should be used for design clearance conditions.
6.9.7
LMI flush and feeler blocks shall be mounted normal/parallel to all features checked. (Figure 6.9a)

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LMI 200-S
PROBE TRANSDUCER

HEAD P.F. BUSHING


H-40-12 (.3750 ID)
(DO NOT USE ADJUSTABLE
LMI THREADED BUSHING)
90

31.00
SET-UP

24.00
FLUSH CHECK
POINT
FLUSH CHECK
ON RAIL
HOOD ASSY
LMI 776 MTG
BLOCK
GAGE BAR

3.0 FEELER CHECK

19.00 SET-UP

CENTER OF
LOCATING DOW EL

Figure 6.9a Transducer Set-Up.

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6.10 Material Specifications


6.10.1
All gages shall be constructed of steel, aluminum, or composite material as determined by Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer.
6.10.2
Large fabrications shall be made with welded tubing that has a minimum wall thickness of 6.35 mm (unless
otherwise specified by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer) and shall be normalized.
6.10.3
Cast details may be used (except for standard angle brackets and bases), with approval from Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer.
6.10.4
All "weldments" shall be normalized (aluminum) and stress relieved (steel) prior to machining.
6.10.5
When aluminum gage bars are utilized, they shall be anodized hard coated.
6.10.6
Minimum surface roughness requirement for gage rings / rails will be 70 microns or better, unless otherwise
approved by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer.
6.10.7
Description of Minimum urethane fixture board requirements:
a. Color =
Gray / Grey
b. Hardness (Shore D) @ 75 degree F =
70-75
c. Flexural Modulus, psi =
200,000
d. Thermal Expansion coefficient =
-22 to 86 degree F, in/in/degree F=
30 x 10-6
-30 to 30 degree C, mm/mm/degree C = 54 x 10-6
Supply applied urethane fixture board material specifications at time of fixture Design review for Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer records. No exceptions, unless otherwise documented & approved by Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer.
6.11 Gage colors:
6.11.1
Paint all gage bases light blue, NPVP 2.5 PB 7/6; Chrysler commodity code #65-153-4770.
6.11.2
Paint all non-check elements above base light blue, NPVP 2.5 PB 7/6; Chrysler commodity code #65-153-4770.
6.11.2a
Stanchions used on / with CUBE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM shall be:

Base and raw aluminum components, Black anodized or color, to be determined by Gage Process
engineer for multiple models used in cross loading of assembly plants.
Standard hard aluminum risers, etc., may remain coated as received and will not be required to be
painted light blue.

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6.11.3
Black oxide all steel check details; i.e. nets, pins. All lettering on black oxide details shall be white.
6.11.4
Paint all non-check elements on hand apply fixtures light blue, NPVP 2.5 PB 7/6; Chrysler commodity code #65153-4770.
6.11.5
Consult AME0010 Chrysler Color Identification of Capital Equipment, Dies, Fixtures, Tools, and Machinery
document for paint series identification requirements. Document available through Gage Process Engineer.
6.11.6
For painting of welded clamp handles REFERENCE document AME0010 Chrysler Color Identification of
Capital Equipment, Dies, Fixtures, Tools, and Machinery available through Gage Process Engineer..
6.11.7
For painting of sight check holes REFERENCE document AME0010 Chrysler Color Identification of Capital
Equipment, Dies, Fixtures, Tools, and Machinery available through Gage Process Engineer. .
6.11.8
For painting of feeler checks REFERENCE document AME0010 Chrysler Color Identification of Capital
Equipment, Dies, Fixtures, Tools, and Machinery available through Gage Process Engineer.
6.11.9
The gage construction source will be responsible for filling out the Chrysler supplier regulated substance
certification report form, ETI-103, for their program fixtures requiring compliance. (See Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer for documentation.)
6.12 Gage Stamp Requirements
6.12.1
Gages that check different assemblies and details shall clearly identify the interchangeability for each part.
Stamp the part number clearly and paint with the proper color identification code.
6.12.2
Stamp datum surface identification on fixtures and on N.C. blocks.
6.12.3
Stamp as indicated by the gage design, feeler, flush, and clearance on sight checks.
6.12.4
Stamp body coordinates of start dimensions on base surfaces.
6.12.5
Stamp gage pin diameter, detail number and tool number on all gage pins.
6.12.6
Stamp tool number, detail number and sub-model number on all details.

6.13 CMM Holding Fixtures

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6.13.1
The part shall fit within the envelope of the CMM machine with enough clearance for the CMM machine to reach
any point with a part loaded. Measurement head configuration and CMM parameters shall be provided by the
user run plant.
6.13.2
Maximum weight for holding fixtures shall be determined by the user run plant.
6.14 Operation Description Sheets (ODS)
6.14.1
Operation Description Sheets describe the initial set-up of checking fixture, the loading of the part, the sequence
of clamping operation and clear instructions for all feature inspections. (See Figure 6.18 a,b,c,d). Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer to provide CAD model example of ODS sheets.)
6.14.2
The ODS sheets created in AMPS by Chrysler AME / BIW will follow the gage standard format in section 6.14. In
Chrysler ASME, ODS templates and specifications will be referenced as a supplement to section 6.14 of the gage
standards.
6.14.3
The clamping sequence shown in the operation description sheets will be determined at the 40% design review
and updated after a successful GR&R study. This sequence will be labeled on the fixture with tags attached to the
clamp or the clamp units.
6.14.4
All transducer checks, with their SPC check sequence number, and the X,Y, Z nominal coordinate of the
checkpoint will be shown. Include any engineering identification number or letter, if any. (i.e."M" points.)
6.14.5
Usage of any removable details will be clarified, storage must be provided & labeled.
6.14.6
The last page of operation description sheets (ODS) package will be a Pin chart showing detail number, Hole
Size, Hole Size Tolerance, pin size, and pin usage. This chart will include PLP pins, Go/NoGo pins, Scribe pins,
and Feeler Gages.
6.14.7
The ODS shall be plastic laminated and attached to the base of fixture.

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Figure 6.14a Sample Operation Description Sheet (ODS).

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Figure 6.14b Sample Operation Description Sheet (ODS).

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Figure 6.14c Sample Operation Description Sheet (ODS).

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Figure 6.14d Sample operation description sheet (ODS).


6.15 CMM Fixture Alignment Procedure
6.15.1
Targets (points on edge of base) shall be used for fixture alignment. Two (2) are required on long edge of fixture
base and one (1) on short edge and (3) points on base surface. Identify target locations with a scribed circle and
provide a tag to cover target location for protection.
6.15.2
(This section eliminated by Chrysler Gage committee, 10/2002.)
6.15.3
Fixtures using Tooling Balls or 12mm I.D. Head Press Fit Metric Bushings require three (3) for alignment. The X,
Y, Z coordinates shall be stamped on a tag and mounted on fixture base next to the tooling ball. (Figure 6.15b)

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6.15.4
When a dual arm CMM is being used, five (5) tooling balls or head press fit metric bushings with covers are
required; two (2) for each arm and one (1) to be shared by both arms. (Figure 6.15a)

TOOLING BALL SET-UP FOR DUAL ARM CMM MACHINE


3 TOOLING BALLS FOR
ARM 2 ALIGNMENT

ARM 2

COMMON TOOLING BALL


FOR ARM 1 AND ARM 2

ARM 1

3 TOOLING BALLS FOR


ARM 1 ALIGNMENT

Figure 6.15a CMM Fixture Alignment.


(NOTE: Tooling Balls or Head Press Fit Metric Bushing may be used for alignment.)

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TOOLING BALLS

TOOLING BALL
E&E EEM-12-SCB ( 12.0mm )

TOOLING BALL COVER


CARR LANE CL-2-COVER (OR EQUIV.)

TOP OF BASE

Figure 6.15b Tooling Balls.


(NOTE: Tooling Balls or Head Press Fit Metric Bushing may be used for alignment.)

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CHAPTER 7.0 GAGE INSPECTION and VERIFICATION


7.1 Verification of CMM Inspection Data
7.1.1
The Gage Supplier shall verify CMM inspection data to the latest product CATIA model. A second party (not the
author of the CMM check program) shall perform the verification. This can be done internally by the Gage
Manufacturer or by an outside third party source. The third party source (See Section 12.C of Gage Standards)
selection shall be determined and/or approved by Chrysler Gage Process.
7.1.2
The Gage Supplier will have a documented procedure showing how the verification process is to be
accomplished.
7.1.3
Verification of the CMM inspection program requires a minimum of one (1) point checked on each block
compared to CATIA data. Flush and feeler rails will be checked with two (2) points on each end (total of eight
points) compared to CATIA data
7.2 Inspection
7.2.1
Gage Supplier shall adhere to the requirements for certification and calibration as stated in Element 4.10,
Inspection and Testing and Element 4.11, Control of Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment in the QS-9000
manual.
7.2.2 Point Spacing:
A. Maximum distance between inspection point is not to exceed 100.0mm.
B. Minimum distance from a tangent is 3mm.
C. For curved surfaces, reduce point spacing to 15-25mm.
D. For radius up to 20mm, generate three (3) points - both ends of tangent and at center for the radius.
E. For radius 20 to 40mm, generate five (5) points - both ends of tangent and three (3) equally spaced on the
radius.
F. For radius 40mm and larger, generate ten (10) points - both ends of tangent and eight (8) equally spaced along
the radius.
7.2.3 Generating Inspection Points
A. Net Blocks - generate five (5) points; one (1) at each corner and center.
B. Flush & Feeler Check Rails - make rows of points at 5mm and 13mm from hard corner edge.
C. (Eliminated, 10/2002, by Chrysler Gage committee.)
D. Template (contour edge) - make two (2) rows of data; 1mm from each side of blade.

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E. Sight Check (irregular shaped hole) - make one (1) row of data; 3mm from top surface.
F. Sight Check (round or slot holes) - make one (1) row of data; 3mm from top surface to check size and location,
if it's a slot check the angle. Project check nominal to part surface.
G. Plug Check (round or slotted holes) - make two (2) depths of cylinder check points to determine size and
location. Check the angle normal to surface if it's a slot, check the angle. Project check nominal to surface.
H. All fixture features inspected MUST be clearly identified in the gage inspection report.

1. All reports will be divided into SECTIONS by FEATURES.


2. All inspections will have a header identifying the Sub-Model & type of inspection.
3. Each page of the report to carry header consisting of Fixture TOOL Number, DATE & PAGE number of
total pages.

4. All HOLE inspections will report SIZE & LOCATE.


EXAMPLE for 7.2.3.H.: (Items in BOLD are added elements for 2004+ Gage inspection reports.)
Tool #S4RLX-5055022

Page 1 - 3

1-05-2004

SUB-05 C/L of 5.25 SIGHT CHECK


DIM D79 = LOCATION OF CIRCLE CIR7
AX

NOMINAL

UNITS=MM

MEAS

+ TOL

- TOL

DEV

1993.330

1993.514

0.200

0.200

0.184

0.000

902.520

902.494

0.200

0.200

-0.026

0.000

1140.530

1140.670

0.200

0.200

0.140

0.000

5.250

5.274

0.200

0.200

0.024

OUTTOL

0.000

7.3 Certification
7.3.1
The gage must be certified prior to performing GR&R and buy-off for shipping to the user run plant.
7.3.2
(Eliminated, 10/2002, by Chrysler Gage committee.)
7.3.3
The inspector will certify that the gage has been built dimensionally correct within the acceptable tolerances.

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7.3.4
Supplier shall have available for the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer the following items:
A. An approved gage design and stock list.
B. Verification of the CMM inspection program.
C. Inspection data.
D. A road map showing the location of the inspection points must be provided.
E. Latest product model, including math data and G, D&T.
F. The program Chrysler Gage Design and Build Standards.
7.3.5
Upon completion of an approved certification, the certification tag will be stamped with supplier's/construction
stamp next to the latest engineering change. This stamp indicates that the gage has been certified to the
inspection data and has met the dimensional requirements.
7.3.6
The certified inspection data will be sent via electronic format to the Chrysler's CATIA file. Certification data will be
stored with gage design.
7.3.7
The certification inspection data and the road map will be included in the gage history book and shipped with the
gage. (Refer to Gage Standards Section 10.0 Shipping.)

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7.4 Standard Build Tolerances


All product math data is assumed basic, unless otherwise noted.
7.4.1 Tolerances for Checking Fixtures.
Feature

Location

Size

Locating Pins

+/- 0.05mm

+0.0 /0.02mm

Net Surface

Surface

+/- 0.05mm

+/-1.0mm

Flush Check

+/-0.15mm

3.0mm Feeler
Check

+/-0.12mm

3.0mm Clear

+/-0.25mm

Pin Checks

+/- 0.10mm

Boundary Location or Non-working Axis

+0.0/ 0.02mm

Go Pin

+0.0/ 0.02mm

No Go Pin

+0.02/ 0.0mm

Sight Checks

+/- 0.20mm

SPC
Transducer
Bushing

+/- 0.05mm
Normal to
Surface

+/-0.50mm

SPC Flush
and Feeler
Block

+/- 0.05mm
Normal to
Surface

+/-0.50mm

Drilled and/or
Tapped

+/- 0.13mm

Dowel Holes
for items
mounted to
Fixture Base

+/0.013mm

Units or SubBases to be
held

+/-0.05mm
from Start

Fixture Base

+/0.12

See Sect. 5.3

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7.4.2 Tolerances for DEA Flexible Tool Fixtures


Feature

Location

Size

Surface

Boundary Location or Non-working Axis

(1) Net Ball

+/-0.125mm

+/- 0.20mm

(2) Nets or
more on (1)
unit

+/-0.125mm
& +/-0.05mm
to each other

+/-0.20mm for second or third datum.

Flat Form
Net

+/- 0.125mm

Locating Pins

+/- 0.125mm

Final
Machine
Placement of
Module

+/- 0.10mm

+/-0.05mm
Flatness
+0.0/-.02mm

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CHAPTER 8.0 GAGE REPEATABILITY (GR) / GAGE REPEATABILITY &


REPRODUCIBILITY (GR&R)
8.1 General
8.1.1
All gages shall pass an approved GR&R procedure as outlined in the Chrysler Quality Assurance Work
Instruction, GEOP011. The GR&R study shall be performed by the gage supplier and approved by Chrysler
Gage Process Engineer prior to shipment to the user run plant. The Chrysler Gage Process Engineer is
responsible for the GR&R study for Chrysler ASME / AME gages.
8.1.2
A passed Gage GR/GR&R study tag shall be supplied by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer. This tag will be
stamped with the engineering change level, GR&R completion date and the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer
stamp to indicate the fixture passed the GR&R study.
8.1.3
The Chrysler Gage Process Engineer shall provide parts to the gage build supplier to conduct GR / GR&R
study. The gage construction supplier shall notify the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer prior to conducting study.
8.1.4
If detail parts/assemblies are not available for a GR&R study, a GR study shall be performed. A GR study is an
expedient method of demonstrating a measure of gage repeatability.
8.2 GR Study
a.) Fixture must be inspected and certified prior to performing GR study.
b.) To perform a GR study, one part/assembly and one operator is required.
c.) A complete GR study requires that the same part/assembly is loaded, measured and unloaded ten (10)
sequential times. This part / assembly must be loaded by the same operator ten (10) sequential times.
d.) Pre-determined points will be measured each of the ten (10) times the part / assembly is loaded. Method of
data collection may be done either by CMM machine or hand held electronic data collector. A minimum of two (2)
Up / Down locations; two (2) Fore / Aft locations; and two (2) Cross-Car point locations required. (Laser or
vision system measurement devices may be used, only if approved by the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer. )
e.) For each of the ten (10) times a part / assembly is to be measured, follow steps (f) through (k).
f.) Ensure that the fixture is set-up in accordance with the ODS / AMPS for the part / assembly that is being
measured.
g.) Operator loads part / assembly into fixture according to ODS / AMPS.
h.) Measure pre-determined points.
k) Operator unloads part/assembly.

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m.) After data has been collected, input measured results into GR worksheet in GEFM010xx. To calculate GR
study results. If GR worksheet in GEFM010xx is not available, use the following table and formulas to calculate
GR study results:

Table - GR Study Worksheet


X
X
(X X )

( X X )2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Tot

GR % =

MR
=
d2

( X X )2
6.00
n 1
/ Tolerance 100 =
0.972

n.) Resulting values that are considered passing values for a GR study are as follows:
1. Under 20% error is required for critical product characteristics.
2. 20% to 30% error may be acceptable based upon the importance of the application; i.e. non-critical product
characteristics, cost of gage, cost of repair, etc. Acceptability shall be determined by the Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer.
3. Over 30% error, the measurement system needs improvement. Identify the problems and have them
corrected.
8.3 GR&R Study:
a.) Fixture must be inspected and certified prior to performing GR&R study.
b.) To perform a GR&R study, five (5) parts / assemblies and two (2) operators are required.
c.) A complete GR&R study requires that each part/assembly is loaded, measured and unloaded twice. Operator
A will randomly load each part / assembly once. Operator B will load each part / assembly once in the same
order as Operator A. (5-2-1 Method)
d.) Pre-determined points will be measured each time the part / assembly is loaded. Method of data collection
may be done either by CMM machine or hand held electronic data collector. Laser or Vision System
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e.) Steps f.) through k.) are to be repeated once for each of the five (5) times Operator A loads / unloads a
part / assembly and once for each of the five (5) times Operator B loads / unloads the same part /
assembly. (5-2-1 Method)
f.) Ensure that the fixture is set-up in accordance with the ODS / AMPS for the part / assembly that is being
measured.
g.) Operator loads part / assembly into fixture according to ODS / AMPS.
h.) Measure pre-determined points.
k.) Operator unloads part/assembly.
m.) After data has been collected, input measured results into GR&R worksheet in GEFM010xx to calculate
GR&R study results. If GR&R worksheet in GEFM010xx is not available, use the following table and formulas to
calculate GR&R study results.

Part
1
2
3
4
5

Table - GR&R Study Worksheet


Operator A
Operator B
Range (A-B)

Sum of Ranges
AverageRange ( R ) =

R =
5

GageError (GRR ) = 4.33( R ) =

GRR as a % of Tolerance =

(GRR ) (100%)
=
Tolerance

100%

n.) Resulting values that are considered passing values for a GR&R study are as follows:
1. Under 20% error is required for critical product characteristics.
2. 20% to 30% error may be acceptable based upon the importance of the application; i.e. non-critical product
characteristics, cost of gage, cost of repair, etc. Acceptability shall be determined by the Chrysler Gage Process
Engineer.
3. Over 30% error, the measurement system needs improvement. Identify the problems and have them
corrected.

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CHAPTER 9.0 GAGE BUY-OFF


9.1 Buy-Off Form
Upon completion of certification and GR/GR&R studies, a gage fixture buy-off is required. Use Form GEFM009xx
supplied by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer to conduct gage buy-off.
9.2 Gage Record Book Electronic File Structure Requirements
A Gage Record book or electronic project file with like folder structure for accessing and loading of documents to
Chrysler record storage location with the following information is required prior to gage fixture buy-off:
1. MEDDS Specification Detail report.
2. MEDDS Manufacturing Change Notice (MCN) report(s), if required.
3. Design Kick-Off, Review and Final Approval (Form GEFM001xx).
4. G, D & T data sheets from design file, if applicable.
5. Operation Description Sheets (ODS) for ASME / AMPS sheets for AAME CORE.
6. CMM Calibration certification for ASME. (Supplier sheet.)
7. Fixture Inspection Data results. (Also, sent to CATIA.)
8. GR / GR&R study reports (Form GEFM010 xx).
9. Tool Inspection report / Inspection data for AAME CORE, only.
10. Gage Buy-Off Form (GEFM009 xx).
11. Calibration Sign-Off (Form APFM352) for AAME CORE, only.
12. Completed Environmental form ETI-103. (Required for all programs after 2004.)

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CHAPTER 10.0 GAGE SHIPPING


10.1 Transit
Gage jack screws, legs, leveling plates, etc., shall be secured to the base for storage during transit and in such
fashion to not damage checking fixture or supports. Liability is shipping originator / carrier.
10.2 Packaging
All gages shall be adequately covered & protected with a minimum being skidded, lubricated and wrapped in a
waterproof protective covering. The part and gage number shall be stenciled with two inch high lettering on all
four sides of container or skid.
10.3 Documentation
A plastic envelope shall be permanently attached to the fixture. The envelope will contain the graphic sketch
showing the diamond part and its characteristics, the ODS / AMPS (covered in plastic), the part model GD&T
sheet(s), if applicable, and the certification report. This documentation shall be part of the gage record at all
times.
The gage fixture weight and dimensions will be stenciled / stamped on fixture for shipping. Contact
Chrysler Gage Process engineer for details.

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CHAPTER 11.0 DEFINITIONS


ACCURACY: Difference between the "master" or actual measurement value and that recorded by a gage.
ATTRIBUTE DATA: Qualitative data that tells only whether or not a part meets specifications.
ATTRIBUTE GAGE: Checking fixture that compares a production part to its nominal shape.
AIAG: Automotive Industry Action Group; a consortium made up of Ford, Chrysler and General Motors working
with ASQC to provide guidelines for assessing the Quality of a Measurement System.
BODY-IN-WHITE (BIW): Bare metal shell of the body including doors, deck lid, front fenders and hood prior to
paint and trim operations in the assembly plant.
CAD: Computer Aided Design.
CALIBRATION. Adjusting a measurement device for accuracy.
CERTIFICATION: The process of checking that a gage conforms to design and dimensional specifications
including preparation of documents recording conformance.
CHECK DETAIL: Detail for verifying part to product intent.
CHECKING FIXTURES: Production inspection tools that use attribute data to evaluate parts to specifications.
CMM: Coordinate Measuring Machine.
COMPOSITE: Any material that consists of two or more components; typically one or more of high strength and
one adhesive binder.
CONSTRUCTION TOOLING BALLS: Used for alignment, construction and dimensional certification.
CUBE FIXTURE, (Q) Gage: Modular checking fixture system used to hold panels for CMM inspection. The
modules are assembled on a universal block known as a cube.
DATUM: A part feature that locates a part, panel or assembly, for the purpose of measuring other features on the
part. The datum can be a surface, hole, slot or other feature.
DATAMYTE: Brand name for hand-held data collection device used in conjunction with variable data input
devices; (e.g. hand -held transducers or encoders).
DESIGN SIDE OF METAL: The side of material that is the basis of the math data for a part.
FEELER CHECK: Gap check of a part to a checking fixture detail.
FT GAGE: Flexible Tooling checking fixture for DEA system 5..
GAGE R&R: Gage repeatability and reproducibility.
GD&T: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing; a method of identifying critical dimensions on a part drawing by
means of a standard set of symbols.
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(G) GAGE: Template, plug gage, contour block or portable lightweight gage.
(H) GAGE: CMM holding fixture for CMM use. Fixture to hold part, panel or assembly for measurement on CMM.
LINEARITY: Accuracy of a gage over its measuring range.
LOCATORS: Check fixture features that locate the part datums relative to a known system (base, CMM etc.) for
the purpose of measuring the features of the part.
MANUFACTURING CHANGE NOTICE (MCN): A formal process for initiating, communicating and implementing
engineering changes.
MAXIMUM MATERIAL CONDITION (MMC): State or condition of a part when maximum material is present; (i.e.
holes at minimum size, part boundaries at maximum).
NON-CONTACT GAGING: A process for imaging product & features then converting a series of 2-dimensional
digital images into an accurate 3-dimensional representation and measurement data.
QUALITY: Fitness of part / assembly for use as measured by conformance to specifications and workmanship
standards compatible with customer expectations.
RELIABILITY: The probability that a gage will adequately perform its intended function, in customer use, at a
target time or interval.
REPEATABILITY: Variation in measurements from one operator using a gage several times to measure identical
characteristics on the same part.
REPRODUCIBILITY: Variations in average measurements from different operators using a gage several times to
measure identical characteristics on the same parts.
REGARDLESS OF FEATURE SIZE (RFS): The term used to indicate that a geometric tolerance or datum
reference applies at any increment of size of the feature within its size tolerance.
RMS (ROOT MEAN SQUARE - Rq): Method of calculating an average roughness value. This is obtained by
squaring each value and then taking the square root of the mean.
(R) GAGE: Attribute checking fixture qualified for production parts.
(S0) GAGE: Stamping soft-tool checking fixture.
SIGHT CHECK: Simplest visual method for verifying part features by pattern comparison. Normally this check is
used for non-critical features.
STABILITY: Variation of a gage's measurements over time.
TEMPLATES: Checking fixture details made from thin material to check localized part forms / features.
VARIABLE DATA: Quantitative data that specifies actual part measurements.
VERIFICATION: Confirmation of the certification data (inspection program) back to the CATIA model data. Third
party requirement for gages. Confirm that the gage is designed and built to the Chrysler Gage Standard.
VISION SYSTEMS: Cameras used for in-line process trend analysis.
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CHAPTER 12.0 APPROVED / RECOMMENDED SOURCE LIST


The following list shall be used for all fixtures at Chrysler user run plants.
Any gage design/build source NOT on the following list requires Chrysler Gage Committee waiver approval prior
to sourcing of gage fixture work. (Request blank Waiver form STFM005xx from Gage Process engineer for filing
approval determination of non-approved selection.)
12.1.1- A. Approved Source List - Gage Design and Build
SUPPLIER:

ADDRESS

PHONE NO.#

SUPPLIER
CODE NO.#

A.

FUTURAMIC

24680 Gibson Drive


Warren, MI 48092

586-758-2200
586-497-8850

38454

Design & Build.

A.

JAY ENN CORP.

33943 Dequindre Rd.


Troy, MI 48084

248-588-2393

53393

Design & Build.

METRO
TECHNOLOGIES
Ltd.

1462 East Big Beaver Road

248-528-9240

96145

Design & Build.

A.

STANDARD
COMPONTENTS,
Inc.

44208 Phoenix Drive


Sterling Heights, MI
48314

586-323-9700

77457

Design & Build.

A.

A.

SHARP MODEL
CO.

70745 Powell Road


Romeo, MI 48065

586-752-3099

52186

Design & Build.

SMITH BROTHERS
TOOL

50600 Corporate
Drive Shelby Twp.,
MI 48315

586-726-5756

54537

Design & Build.

A.

51455 Schoenherr
Road Shelby Twp.,
MI 48315

586-726-0000

40750

Design & Build.

A.

SPEC
TECHNOLOGIES,
Inc.

List

Troy, MI 48083-1904

SECTION 12.1.1
NOTE: A. Any SECTION 12.1.1 A. supplier may also provide either Design or Build separately.

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12.2.1 B. Approved Source List - Gage Design and Build


The following approved source list, should be used for outside supplier gages. If a supplier selects a source
that is not on the approved source list, then the supplier shall notify the Chrysler Gage Process Engineer for
waiver approval. (Refer to Gage Standards Appendix "A").
SUPPLIER:

ADDRESS

PHONE NO.#

ADVANTAGE
DESIGN & TOOL,
Inc.

22760 Macomb Ind. Dr.


Clinton Twp., MI 48036

586-463-2800

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

B.

ADVANTAGE
INDUSTRIES, Inc.

2196 Port Sheldon Road


Jenison, MI 49428

616-669-2400

(None)

Design & Build.

ANSWER
PRECISION TOOL,
Inc.

190 Washburn Drive


Unit #2
Kitchner, ON N2R 1S2

519-748-00790

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

APPLIED
COMPOSITES
ENGINEERING

705 S. Girls School Rd.


Indianapolis, IN 46231

317-243-4225

32264

B.

GLASS checking
fixtures, ONLY.
Design & Build.

B.

ARBOR MODEL &


TOOLING, Inc.

203 Logan S.W.


Grand Rapids, MI 49503

616-454-8266

(None)

Design & Build.

ARCE TOOL

5 Ote. 210 Col. Centro San


Andres Cholula Puebla,
Mxico C.P. 72810

(011-52) 222261-0971

62060

Mexico Gages
ONLY. Design &
Build.

AUTOMOTIVE
GAGE
& FIXTURE

2155 North Talbot


Windsor, Ont. N9A 6J3

519-737-2922

(None)

Design & Build.

A-V GAUGE &


FIXTURE, Inc.

4000 Delduca Drive


RR #1
Old Castle, ON N0R 1N0

519-737-7677

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

AXIS TOOL &


GAUGE

664 Bishop
Street
Cambridge,
ON N3H 4V6

519-653-2977

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

BERMONT GAGE &


AUTOMATION

34500 Klein Road


Fraser, MI 48026

586-296-1103

(Shares
RCO#)
81097

Design & Build.

B.

CLARK FIXTURE
Technology Mexico
S. de R.L de C.V.

924 Jaime Benavides


Pompa Blvd.
Fraccionaminento Villas del
Nogalar

844-490-5555
ext. 103

(None)

Mexico Gages
ONLY. Design &
Build.

List

B.

B.

B.

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Ramos Arizpe, Chahulia,


Mxico C.P. 25900

COMAU-PICO Pitex
S. de R.L. de C.V.

B.

Av. Acceso lotes 12 y 13


Fraccionamiento
Ind. El trbol 2a Secc.
Tepotzotian Edo de, Mxico

(011 52) 555899-6919

58388

Mexico Gages
ONLY. Design &
Build.

(011 52) 555-8996933 (fax)

CP 54610
COSTELLO
Enterprises

56358 Precision Drive


Chesterfield Twp., MI
48051

586-749-0136

(None)

Design & Build.

CP INDUSTRIES

12767 Industrial Drive


Granger, IN 46530

574-273-3000

49899

GLASS checking
fixtures ONLY.
Design & Build.

D & F CORP.

42455 Merrill Road


Sterling Hgts, MI 48314

586-254-5300

30003

Design & Build.

B.

EXPRESS GAUGE

42265 Yearego
Sterling Hgts., MI 48314

586-323-9800

(None)

Design & Build.

Calle L #3 Parque Ind.


Puebla 2000
Puebla Pue, Mxico

(011 52) 222223-2213

29870

B.

FFT MEXICO
SA de C.V.

Mexico Gages
ONLY. Design &
Build.

B.

B.

B.

72226
GAGE PATTERN &
MODEL Inc.

32070 Townley
Madison Hgts., MI 48071

248-585-9352

24060

Design & Build.

HERRAMIENTAS

Jacarandas 5 Col. Satelite

Cuernavaca Morelos,
Mxico 62460

(011 52) (777)


316-9160

50521

Servicios Automotrices
S.A. de C.V. (HERSA)

Mexico Gages
ONLY. Design &
Build.

HI-TECH MOLD
ENGINEERING

2775 Commerce Drive


Rochester Hills, MI
48309

248-852-6600

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

INDEPENDENCE
Tooling

2427 John R. Road


Troy, MI 48083

248-250-7715

(None)

Design & Build

B.

INSPECTION AIR
GAUGE Ltd.

3298 Riberdy Road


Windsor, Ont. N8W 379

519-966-1232

52094

Design & Build.

B.

JAY-ENN

33943 Dequindre Road


Troy, MI 48084

248-588-2393

53393

Design & Build.

B.

JEMAR TOOL, Inc.

51268 Fischer Park Drive


Shelby Twp, MI 49316

586-726-6960

(None)

Design & Build.

LAKESHORE
Fixture & Gauge

5355 Brendan Lane


Old Castle, ON N0R 1LD

519-737-2635

(None)

Build

B.

B.

B.

B.

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B.

LASARD

528 Blanchard park


Tecumseh, ON N8N 2L9

519 727-4009

(None)

Design & Build.

MAGOVE

Prolongacion Miguel
Allende 11 Fracc. Ind.
Tultitlan
Estado

(011-52) 555888-0028

61054

Mexico Gages
ONLY. Design &
Build.

B.

de Mxico 54900

B.

METROCAL, Inc.

4700 Barden Court


Kentwood, MI 49509

616-698-3124

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

MP COMPONENTS
Inc.

8499 Centre Industrial Dr.

616-878-9710

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

MP COMPONENTS
Inc.

1805 Lemon Farris Road

800-456-4509
931-525-1600

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

PETERSON JIG &


FIXTURE

301 Rockford Park


Rockford, MI 49341

616-866-8296

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

PINNACLE GAGE &


TOOL

45 Cox Drive
Gilbertsville, KY 42004

270-362-4763

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

PRIMA TECH, Inc.

24837 Sherwood Ave.


Centerline, MI 48015

586-759-0250

72578

Design & Build.

B.

PROTOTYPE
SYSTEMS Inc.

35835 Stanley Drive


Sterling Hgts., MI 48312

586-795-3690

20907

Design & Build.

B.

QCR TECH LLC

1605 East Avis Drive


Madison Hgts., MI 48071

248-597-3984

24444

Design & Build.

B.

RCO
ENGINEERING Inc.

29200 Calahan
Roseville, MI 48066

586-771-8400

81097

Design & Build.

B.

REKO Fixture &


Gauge

5390 Brenda Lane


Old Castle, ON N0R IL0

519-737-6974

(None)

Design & Build.

B.

ROMEO
TECHNOLOGIES

101 McLean Drive


Romeo, MI 48065

586-336-5015

50513

Design & Build.

B.

SCHWAB
INDUSTRIES, Inc.

50850 Rizzo Drive


Shelby Twp., MI 48315

586-566-8090

33414

Design & Build.

B.

SELECT TOOL

4125 Del Duca Drive


Old Castle, ON N0R IL0

519-737-6406

(None)

Design & Build.

14925 Galleon Court


Plymouth, MI 48170

734-454-0500

60017

B.

SUPERIOR
CONTROLS

Exhaust
component
check fixtures,
ONLY.

Byron Center, MI 49315

Cookeville, TN 38506

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TRI-STAR
ENGINEERING

35640 Beattie Drive


Sterling Hgts, MI 48312

586-978-0435

66055

Design & Build.

B.

5355 Outer Dr.


R.R.#1
Windsor, ON. N9A 6J3

519-737-9075

(None)

Design & Build

B.

TRI-TECH MODELS
& FIXTURES

B.

UNIQUE MODEL
Inc.

2500 Walker N.W.


Grand Rapids, MI 49533

616-791-0966

(None)

Design & Build.

VALIANT Machine
Tool & Gage

6465 Hawthorne Ave.


Windsor, Ont. N8T 3G6

519-974-5200

36567

Design & Build.

B.

(aka GLOBAL I.E.M., Inc.)

12.2.2 B. Approved Source List - Gage Design

ONLY

NOTE: Any SECTION 12.2.1 B. supplier may also provide either Design or Build separately.

12.3.1 C. Approved Third Party Verification List


The following Third Party Verification source list, should be used for verification of another supplier source's
gage. The Third Party Verification supplier shall NOT have a vested interest in the design / build of gage being
verified. If a supplier selects a source that is not on the approved source list, then the supplier shall notify the
Chrysler Gage Process Engineer for waiver approval.
SECTION 12.3.1 NOTE: THIRD PARTY Certification requirements apply for Chrysler Group Assembly Plant
Gages ONLY.
A. Third party as applied to Section 12.1.1-A Design & Build Suppliers:
1. Third party certification NOT required for Chrysler end item gages.
2. Third party certification NOT required for all tier 1 & 2 supplier gages.
B. Third party as applied to Section 12.2.1-B Design & Build Suppliers:
1. Third party certification is required for ALL Chrysler supplier gages.
2. Third party certification must be completed by "12.3.1 C. Approved Third Party Verification List" supplier
listed in current release of GEDOC001 Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Standards.

SUPPLIER:

ADDRESS

List

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C.

3C METROLOGY
S.A. de C.V.

Rio Lerma 143-202


Col. Cuauhtmoc,
Mxico DF 06500

555-514-0188

60689

Mexico Gages
ONLY.
Third Party Verify
ONLY.

ACCU-TECH

43718 Utica Road


Sterling Hgts., MI
48314

586-323-1181

(None)

Third Party Verify


ONLY.

BENTELER

Defesores De La
Republica N99
Aona Industrial Norte
C.P. 72260 Puebla,
Pue. Mxico

(011-52) 222-2232174

11959

Mexico Gages
ONLY.
Third Party Verify
ONLY.

CARL ZEISS
de Mxico S.A. de
C.V.

Miguel Angel de
Quevedo 496 Col. Sta
Catarina. Mxico

(011-52) 442-2290171

92988

Mexico Gages
ONLY.
Third Party Verify
ONLY.

CLARK FIXTURE
TECHNOLOGIES

924 Jaime Benavides


Pompa Blvd.
Fraccionaminento Villas
del Nogalar
Ramos Arizpe,
Chahulia, Mxico C.P.
25900

(011-52) 844-4905555

(None)

Mexico Gages
ONLY.
Third Party Verify
ONLY.

COSTELLO

56358 Precision
Drive
Chesterfield Twp., MI
48051

586-615-6307

(None)

Third Party Verify


ONLY.

DYNAMIC
METROLOGY
Services

2565 Van Ommen Dr.

616-836-3524

(None)

Third Party Verify


ONLY.

GAGE CHEK -

32082 Townley
Madison Hgts, MI
48071

248-585-2476

24060

Third Party Verify


ONLY.

GESTAMP

Av. Independencia S/N,


esquina con
Av. Lenardo Da Vinci
Manzana #2, Lote#1.
Col. Zona Industrial
Toluca
Toluca, Edo. de Mxico
C.P. 50030

(011-52) 722-1996743

60552

Mexico Gages
ONLY.
Third Party Verify
ONLY.

INSPECT X

5575 Roscon
Industrial Drive
Old Castle, ON N0R
IL0

519-737-2667

(None)

Third Party Verify


ONLY.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

Gage Pattern & Model,


Inc.

C.

C.

Holland, MI
49424

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C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

C.

METROLOGY
South, Inc.

205-280-1455

MICHIGAN
MEASUREMENT
SERVICES

345 West Girard


Street Madison Hgts,
MI 48071

248-577-1886

(None)

Third Party Verify


ONLY &
Laser Tracking.

MICRO
PRECISION
METROLOGY
Inc.

2010 Fasan
Drive Oldcastle, ON
N0R 1LO
or
125 Turnbull Court
Unit#9 Cambridge, ON
NIT 1H8

519-737-9626

(None)

Third
Party
ONLY.

Verify

RT PRECISION
MEASUREMENT
Inc.

2679
Howard
Windsor,
ON N8X 3X2

519-969-7785

Third
Party
ONLY.

Verify

SPEC CHECK

51455 Schoenherr
Road Shelby Twp.,
MI 48315

586-726-0000

54779

Third Party Verify.

SUPERIOR
MEASURING

1605 East
Avis
Madison
Hgts., MI 48071

248-616-4607

(None)

Third Party Verify


ONLY.

TSI INSPECTION

13429 West Star


Drive Shelby
Twp., MI 48313

586-739-5203

(None)

Third Party
SUPPLIER Gages
ONLY.
ISO/IEC17025:1999

VALEO

Manzana 4 Lote 1
Parque Industrial
Exportec II
Toluca, Estado de
Mexico
C.P. 50200

(011-52) 722-2794000
ext 4086

14949

Mexico Gages
ONLY.

SPEC
TECHNOLOGIES, Inc.

C.

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Party
ONLY.

90 Bama Lane
Clanton, AL
35045

205-280-0155 (fax)

Verify

519-621-7454
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APPENDIX A. - OUTSIDE SUPPLIER FLOW CHART

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START Outside
Supplier Program

RESPONSIBILITY:
Product Supplier

1. Develop Timing Schedule

Product Team

2. Approve Datum Scheme

Product Supplier

Gage Engineer

3. Select Gage Supplier

Product Supplier
& Gage Engineer
A. Kick-Off

4. Review Gage Designs


B. 40% Design Review

Gage Engineer

Gage Manufacturer

Product Supplier

5. Record Status into Tracking


System

C. 90 / 100% Design Review

6. Begin build

7. Create CMM Inspection Program


Product Supplier
8. Check Gage on CMM

9. Send CMM Data to Lead


Chrysler engineer

Product Supplier

11. Perform GR / GR&R

10. Team reviews CMM Data

Product Supplier

12. Send GR /GR&R data to Lead


Chrysler engineer

Gage Manufacturer

Product Team

13. Team reviews GR /GR&R Data

Gage Engineer

14. Gage Buy -Off. Schedule & supply


form

Product Supplier

15. Create Gage Record Book or


electronic transfer media

Gage Engineer

16. Issue the Chyrsler Certification


Tags

Gage Engineer

17. All changes recorded & certified

Gage Engineer

18. Ship & Maintain engineering


change levels

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APPENDIX A
OUTSIDE SUPPLIER GAGES
A.1 GENERAL
All "End Item" Parts require a gage designed & built to AME / ASME Gage Standards and be approved by the
Chrysler Product Team.
A.1.1 Product Team
The Chrysler Product Team consists of :
1. Product Releasing Engineer (Lead Engineer & Product Team Leader),
2. Product Supplier,
3. Gage Process Engineer,
4. Dimensional Control Engineer,
5. Supplier Quality Engineer .
The Product Team Leader may ask for other team members to participate, when appropriate.
A.1.2 Product Team tasks:
1.
2.
3.

4.

Product Supplier develops a Timing & Progress schedule for designing & building of gages and
documents issues, resolutions, etc., with meeting minutes.
The Product Team approves the datum scheme for the gage.
The Product supplier is to select a Gage Manufacturer from the recommended source list (Gage
Standards Chapter 12) to design / build the gage. If he wishes to select a gage source that is not on the
recommended list, he must first obtain written permission from the assigned Chrysler AME/ASME Gage
Process Engineer.
The Product Supplier is to schedule the following Gage design review meetings, inviting all team
members:

A. Kick-off Review
1. Discuss basic concept, GD&T, & Chrysler requirements.
(Note: This step may be omitted by the team.)
B. 40% Complete Review:
1.
2.
3.
4.

The design is to include all the necessary views & sections to show gage functionally.
The design is to incorporate all requirements within these Gage standards
All changes or additions the team requires to be made, are to be recorded on page 2 of the
design approval form by the Gage Process Engineer.
Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer will issue the Gage Design Approval Form
(GEFM001), with a 40% design review sign-off.

C. 90% / 100% Review:


1.
2.
3.

The completed design is to identify all G, D & T and all checks.


Confirm that all changes requested by the team at the 40% design review are completed.
All design title blocks are to contain the following information:

a. Chrysler Gage number.


b. Part Number & change level.
c. Model year & body style.
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d. Part name.
e. Supplier Name.
f. Design & Build source name.
4.
5.

All designs to include an Operation Description Sheet (ODS).


Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer will re-issue the Gage Design Approval
Form (GEFM001 xx), and will sign for 100% design approval.
(Note: This is the suppliers authorization to begin build.)
- Attendance for Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer, Product Engineer and
Design source representative required to hold design review meeting .
- Signature approvals from the Chrysler AME/ASME gage Process Engineer and
Product Engineer required.

5.
6.
7.
8.

9.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer to enter all information into the Chrysler fixture tracking
system "EnGage".
Gage manufacturer begins build NC cutting fixture to latest Product model.
Gage fixture supplier to create a CMM Inspection Program. (Ref. Gage Standard Chapter 7.)
Gage Manufacturer to certify gage on CMM. (Ref. Gage Standard Chapter 7.)
A. The gage must be dimensionally correct within the acceptable tolerances. (Ref. par. 7.4)
B. Provide surface I, J, K vectors.
C. Third part audit required upon Gage Process Engineer's request for data verification.
Gage fixture supplier to send Inspection Data to the Team Leader. Data must include:
Graphic that identifies all points checked.
Nominal dimension, measured dimension, deviation of each point, and surface I, J, K vectors.
Part Number.
Part Engineering Change (E/C) Level.

10. A designated team member (Chrysler Product Engineer, Dimensional Control Engineer or Gage Process
Engineer) will review the inspection data.
11. Gage fixture supplier performs Gage Repeatability & Reproducibility (GR&R) study.
A. Refer to Chapter 8.0 of GEDOC001 Gage Standards for GR&R intent.0 EXCEPTION 8.c.) &
8.e.). [
1. For APPENDIX A only, a complete GR&R study requires that each part/assembly is loaded,
measured and unloaded twice by both operators. (Operator A will randomly load each part / assembly
twice. Operator B will load each part / assembly twice in the same order as Operator A. (5-2-2 Method))
2. For APPENDIX A only, steps are repeated twice for each of the five (5) parts. (Operator A loads /
unloads a part / assembly twice and Operator B loads / unloads the same part / assembly twice for each
of the five (5) parts. (5-2-2 Method))
A. Team Members must witness the GR&R study.
(NOTE: A. If required number of parts for a GR&R are not available, then a Gage Repeatability (GR) study may be passed.)

B. Passing a GR does not relieve the gage fixture supplier from completing & passing a GR&R study,
if requested.
12. Gage fixture supplier to send GR / GR&R data to Team Leader. The GR&R study data must include:
A.
B.
C.
D.

Graphic identifying all points checked.


Nominal dimension, measured dimension, deviation of each point, and surface I, J, K vectors.
Part Number.
Part Engineering Change (E/C) Level.

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13. A designated team member (Product Engineer, Dimensional Control Engineer or Gage Process
Engineer) will review data.
(Note: Upon approval the Gage Process Engineer will issue a Chrysler GR&R Certification Tag, 84-2060021.)
14. Product Supplier to schedule a Gage Buy-Off meeting, inviting all team members.
Criteria for Buy-Off are:
A. Gage supplier to schedule Gage buy-off meeting at gage build source, inviting all team members.
B. The following items must be available prior to buy-off meeting:
1. Gage Record Book (or PSO book) with required documents.
(Ref. Gage Standard Appendix A. Item 14.)
2. Print of the gage design and stock list.
3. CATIA print of the latest product model.
15. Gage fixture supplier creates a Gage Record Book:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.

Signed Gage design approval forms.


GD&T sheets.
Operation Description Sheets (ODS).
Inspection data & road map.
CMM fixture alignment report.
GR / GR&R reports.
Tool Inspection Report.
Print of the gage design and stock list.

I. CATIA print of the latest product model.


J. Third Party Audit Report.
(NOTE: These all may be supplied in the Process Sign-Off (PSO) book.)
16. Gage Process Engineer will issue a Gage Buy-off form (GEFM009 xx).
17. Upon final approved certification, Gage Process Engineer will issue a Chrysler
Gage Certification Tag, 84-206-0020.
(NOTE: The Gage fixture supplier will stamp the required information on the tag, as directed by the
Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer.)
18. Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer finalizes all information into the Chrysler
fixture tracking system "EnGage". This consists of the following:
A. Input of Certification Data.
B. Input of GR&R study report data.
19. The gage fixture is the property of Chrysler. The gage fixture supplier along with the
Chrysler Product Engineer is responsible for keeping the gage fixture current to the
latest data level by the following tasks:
A. All design changes are to be documented on the gage design and approved by the
Chrysler AME/ASME Gage Process Engineer.
B. All fixture changes made are to be certified and documented on the fixture attached
Chrysler Gage Certification tag, 84-206-0020.

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APPENDIX B. SOFT and HARD TRIM GAGES

SOFT and HARD TRIM GAGES


General

B.1.
a.
b.

All soft/hard trim Gages to be constructed per current release of AME/ASME Gage Standards
and the following guidelines.
All supplierss to follow procedure's as outlined in Gage Standards Appendix A.

Datums

B.2.
b.

Functional datums (where mating part would support) can also be used (Per approval of the
Product Team. See Gage Standards Appendix A.)
All functional datums must be able to swing clear of part.

a.
b.

Swing templates simulating the mating part are to be used at all significant "Gap" areas.
Swing templates can also duplicate as functional datums.

a.
b.
c.

Recommended build material is die planking.


Recommended composite type check fixtures to be made of 60% carbon fiber and 40% epoxy.
Build material to be approved by the product team.

a.

Fixed scales may be used for collecting variable data. All variable data collecting devices must be
approved by the product team.

a.
b.

Grid lines are to be incorporated in all soft trim tub gages every 200mm (F/A direction only).
Grid Lines are to be used for reference only.

a.

Swing Templates

B.3.

Materials

B.4.

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

B.5.

Grid Lines

B.6.

Tolerancing

B.7.

Tolerance on all net surfaces shall be +/-0.05; all other fixture details will be +/- 10% of the parts
smallest tolerance of the area being checked.
b. A tolerance band representing the inner most and outer most dimensions of periphery of part is to
be NC machined approximately 1mm deep in all fixtures and painted GREEN.
a.

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APPENDIX B2. S0 (S-Zero) PROTOTYPE GAGES


B2.1.0 GENERAL
Appendix B is not intended to be used for production gages.
It is not to be used for SO gages that will be used for production (production pull ahead gages).
It is intended for S0 program gages only.
B2.1.1 Sourcing
Detail check gage will be placed with the soft tool stamping source and be built by a Chrysler approved gage
source.
B2.1.2 Design
A gage concept drawing or CAD model shall be submitted to and approved by the Chrysler Dimensional Control
Team prior to the construction of the fixture.
The drawing shall define a male or a female representation, and show part orientation. The drawing shall indicate
the position of the locators, datums, and bases.
Bases shall be called out on whole body grid lines i.e. 100X, 275Y, and 325Z. Rails, pin checks, sight checks,
clear surfaces and clamps shall be shown.
The clamping sequence shall be identified.
Supplier shall include a protected copy of the G, D & T sheets (in a plastic sleeve, three ring binder, etc.)
pertaining to the subject part.
B2.1.3 Construction
Fixtures shall be constructed from a stable material which has minimal dimensional movement due to
environmental changes. (Reference Gage Standards Section 6.2, Datums)
Fixtures shall allow access for feeler gages in areas identified as feeler check surfaces.
Fixtures shall allow access for CMM measurement at locations identified as CMM measurement points.
All datum pads shall be constructed from brass or cold rolled steel. Chrysler supplied G, D & T sheets will
determine the location of the datums.
Unless otherwise specified, a datum size of 25.00 mm square will be considered standard.
All net pads shall be net to the surface of the part except at internal and external angles of net pads. Clearance to
the described angles shall be incorporated.
Locating pins shall be in accordance with the part model GD&T sheet.
Trim lines shall be checked in accordance with supplied GD&T sheet. A machined flush check is required for all
trim edges. A scribe line check may also be acceptable with approval of the Chrysler Dimensional Control Team.
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A machined sight check is required for all non-critical holes, slots, and cut outs. A stab pin is required for all
critical holes. A scribe pin and bushing may also be acceptable to check critical holes with approval of the
Chrysler Dimensional Control Team.
A Go/ NoGo pin check is required to check all PLP and datum features of size.
Drop templates or CMM inspections at a number of points as specified by the Chrysler Dimensional Control Team
shall be required to check all mating surfaces.
A protected copy of the GD&T sheet (in a plastic sleeve, three ring binder, etc.) pertaining to the subject part shall
be attached to the fixture.
B2.1.4 Certification
Surface of the fixture shall be three millimeters (3.00 mm) less than the full part feature surface.
Net pads shall only be incorporated at all surface GD&T datum callouts per part model.
All fixtures shall under go a repeatability (GR) study prior to part shipment to Chrysler. In-process fixtures are the
responsibility of the supplier. Chrysler shall provide funding for detail/assembly fixture only.
Fixture shall be certified prior to initial part submission and after engineering revisions.
B2.1.5 Fixture Certification Tolerances
All product math data is assumed basic (nominal), unless otherwise noted.
Hold fixture flush checks to +/- 0.20 mm from nominal and within +/- 0.10 mm over length of surface being
checked.
All net surface and locating pin positional tolerances to math model shall be +/- 0.10 mm.
Hold 3.0 mm feeler checks to +/- 0.12 mm from nominal and within +/- 0.10 mm over length of surface being
checked.
Datum locating pin diameter tolerance: + 0.00 /- 0.02 mm.
Datum net blocks in the non-critical axis to the math model within +/- 1.0 mm unless otherwise approved by the
Chrysler Dimensional Control Team.
Pin check location tolerance: +/- 0.10 mm.
Sight check tolerance: +/- 0.20 mm.
3.0 mm clear area tolerance: +/- 0.50 mm.
B2.1.6 Datum Pad Certification
Five (5) points per PLP pad shall be certified by CMM data. The five (5) check points are specified per the G, D &
T sheet and are included in the CATIA math model.

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B2.1.7 Pin Certification


Pins shall be certified by locating a minimum of three (3) equally spaced points around the diameter of the pin to
determine centerline relative to master datums.
B2.1.8 Repeatability Certification
The gage supplier will contact the Chrysler Dimensional Control Team to oversee a fixture repeatability study
(GR) prior to part shipment to Chrysler.
B2.1.9 Certification Data
The gage supplier shall have certification data containing the component name, component part number,
engineering change level, design check point data and measured data (actual) for review by the Chrysler Gage
Process Engineer.
B2.1.10 Identification Tag
A metal tag (84-206-0020) will be supplied by Chrysler Gage Process Engineer and secured to the fixture with the
part name, part number, engineering change level, certification date and fixture fabricator by the gage supplier.

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APPENDIX C. OPTICAL / NON-CONTACT GAGING


C.0.0 General NON-CONTACT Gaging
This appendix standard provides a common NON-CONTACT GAGING standard for use with a dimensional
control strategy using non-contact three-dimensional (3-D) measurement technology, for use by Chrysler
Engineering Departments except Power Train Engineering.
C.0.1 Non-Contact Gaging Requirement
This standard gives the non-contact gage engineering source guidance in the design, build, inspection and
certification of non-contact gage fixtures and for applying optical measurement to inspect closure assembly
product components.
C.0.2 QS-9000 Requirement
Chrysler supports the Tooling and Equipment (TE) Supplement to QS-9000. This Supplement with the QS-9000
manual, along with the Quality System Assessment, Tooling & Equipment (QSA-TE) and the Reliability &
Maintainability Guideline (from SAE & NCMS) will provide the necessary building blocks to construct a quality
system that will continually improve the quality, reliability, maintainability and uniform application of optical gages
for product components supplied to Chrysler.
C.0.3 Deviation to Standard
Written request for waiver or deviation from these standards will be reviewed by the Chrysler Gage Process
engineer. An approved request will be included along with the standard as supplement part of the specification
package.
C.0.3.1 Quotation Requirement
All quotations shall state that the non-contact gage fixture being quoted will be designed and built to the
specification package and/or Chrysler/Chrysler Group Non-Contact Gaging Standard plus supplements.
C.0.4 Authorization Qualifications
Authorization of a non-contact gage application shall not constitute a waiver or guarantee of responsibility for any
non-contact optical gage measurement equipment purchased by Chrysler Corporation. An approved non-contact
gage fixture design does not constitute a certified or functional optical gage.
C.0.5 Non-Contact Gaging Environment
Non-contact gages must be capable of operating in either a clean environment or manufacturing environment and
are not intended to be used as qualifying tools or weld fixtures during product build.
C.0.6 Build Sources
Chrysler approved/recommended design/build sources shall be used unless prior approval is given by the
Chrysler Gage Process engineer.
(Reference GEDOC001 Chapter 12.)
C.1.0 OPTICAL GAGING Fixture Design
C.1.1 General Design Property (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.1.)
C.1.2 Non-Contact Gage Design (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 4.0.)
Non-contact gage fixture designs shall be a Computer Aided Design (CAD).

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C.1.2.1 Metric Design (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.5.)


C.1.3 Kick-off, etc., Meetings
Chrysler Gage Process engineer will conduct a design kick-off/ review/ approval meeting with the non-contact
gage fixture supplier/ manufacturer prior to the construction of the holding fixture.
C.1.3.1 Design Release
All non-contact gage designs shall be signed-off by Chrysler Gage Process engineer using the Gage Design Kickoff, Review, and Approval form (GEFM001 xx) supplied by Chrysler Gage Process engineer.
C.1.4 GD&T Surfaces (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.9.)
C.1.5 Material Thickness (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.10.)
C.1.6 Design Considerations (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.11)
A. Magnetic nets are acceptable. Clamping requirement determined by Gage Process Engineer, as products
need arises.
B. Non-contact gage fixtures shall allow access into areas identified as measurement point and feature checks.
Minimum clearance parameters for a specific non-contact optical measurement equipment type will be detailed
in the programs specification documentation
C. If there are NO locating holes, other selected datums will be agreed upon with Gage Process Engineer.
C.1.7 Design Layout Requirements: (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.2.1.)
C.1.8 Alignment Features (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.2.2.)
A. Common alignment methods include using 3-2-1, hole, slot and surface points, and alignment by edge points
and surface points. The fixture should allow measurement access to these critical features.
C.1.9 Part Orientation
The non-contact gage fixture design shall default to body position for part orientation. Orientation in an out-ofbody position is by Gage process engineer approval only.
C.1.10 Base Call out
Bases shall be aligned to whole body grid lines i.e. 100X, 275Y, and 325Z.
C.2.0 Non-Contact GAGING Fixture Construction

(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.0.)

C.2.1 Base
Fixture base should be made of welded tubular construction or 1/2 aluminum tooling plate.
C.2.2 Gage Materials
Non-contact gage fixtures shall be constructed from

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C.2.6 Gage Pins


Locating pins shall be in accordance with the part model GD&T sheet. Go / No-Go size pins are required for PLP
hole inspection, unless otherwise specified by Chrysler Gage Process engineer for program.
C.2.6 Clamping (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.3.)
Apply Magnetic Nets which must have a holding force of 20 pounds minimum.
C.2.7 Operation Description Sheets (ODS) (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.14.)
Operation Description Sheets required with each non-contact gage fixture describe the initial set-up of checking
fixture, the loading of the part, the sequence of operation and clear instructions for all feature inspections.
C.2.8 Color Consideration
Improved optical contrast for a non-contact gage fixture must be considered in design and build. Black matte
fixture surfaces reduce reflectivity and improve imaging.
C.3.0 Non-Contact GAGING Fixture Certification
C.3.1 CMM Inspection Data of Optical Gage Fixture
The non-contact gage fixture supplier shall verify CMM inspection data to the latest product CATIA model. A
second party (not the author of the CMM check program) shall perform the verification. This can be done
(Reference GEDOC001 Chapter 7.)
internally by the gage manufacturer or by an outside third party source.
C.3.2 Requirements for Certification & Calibration
Non-contact gage fixture supplier shall adhere to the requirements for certification and calibration as stated in
Element 4.10, Inspection and Testing and Element 4.11, Control of Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment in
the QS-9000 manual.
C.3.3 Inspection Point Spacing
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.2.)
C.3.4 Generating Inspection Points (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.2.3; OMITTING Items B., C., D., E., &
F. from GEDOC001 Chapter 7.2.3 for this Optical Gage fixture.).
C.3.5 Certification (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.3.)
C.3.6 Tolerances for Checking Fixtures (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.4.1. Apply to features callout)
C.3.7 Gage Repeatability/Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR/GR&R)
Apply non-contact optical measurement system equipment as alternate method of collecting part data for GR
study, 1 operator with same part ten (10) times, and GR&R study, 2 operators with same part five (5) times, using
non-contact gage fixture for product support.
(Reference GEDOC001 Chapter 8.0. for data criteria.)

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C.4.0 Non-Contact GAGING Fixture Buy-off and Shipping


C.4.1 Buy-off Form (Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 9.1)
C.4.2 Document Required at Buy-Off
1. Current GD&T sheets from design file.
2. Operation Description Sheets (ODS).
3. CMM Calibration certification.
4. Fixture Inspection Data results. (Also, sent by CATIA.)
5. GR/GR&R study report.
All supplier generated documentation to be electronically delivered to the Gage Process engineer in a printable
format.
C.4.3 Fixture Data
A plastic envelope shall be permanently attached to the gage fixture. The envelope will contain the ODS (covered
in plastic), the part model GD&T sheet(s), and the certification report. This documentation shall be part of the
fixture at all times.
C.4.4 Gage Delivery
Non-contact gage fixture suppliers are responsible to deliver the gage fixture to the location of the final user in the
same condition as recorded at the time of non-contact gage fixture buy-off.
C.5.0 OPTICAL GAGING Application for Product Validation
C.5.1 Validation Criteria
Follow MQGR (90-Series) Procedure, 90-67xx, Dimensional Buy-Off Procedure for Upgrading Stamped Parts
During Die/Tool Development, supplied by Die or Tool Process engineer, as specified at issue time of purchase
order.
In each stage, the responsible non-contact optical measurement system equipment REPORT supplier shall verify
in written report, in conjunction with the Buyoff Team, the level of quality as compared to each interim target,
analyze causes for non-conformance, determine appropriate counter measures and submit results to Chrysler
Process engineer. Slightly different target quality requirements may be established to recognize the distinction
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APPENDIX D. S0 GENERAL GAGE

D.0.0 S0 General
This appendix standard provides a common S0 gage standard used by all Chrysler Engineering Departments
except Power Train Engineering.
References in this Appendix D to other chapters of GEDOC001 that contain text of ... Chrysler Gage Process
Engineers are to be replaced with Chrysler Dimensional Control Team for items pertaining to Appendix
D.
D.0.1 S0 Gage Requirements
This standard gives the S0 gage source guidance in the requirements for design, build, inspection and
certification of Chrysler S0 gages to check all body-in-white, trim and chassis components. These Chrysler Gage
Standards shall be adhered to for all S0 gage fixtures.
D.0.2 QS-9000 Requirement
Chrysler supports the Tooling and Equipment (TE) Supplement to QS-9000. This Supplement with the QS-9000
manual, along with the Quality System Assessment, Tooling & Equipment (QSA-TE) and the Reliability &
Maintainability Guideline (from SAE & NCMS) will provide the necessary building blocks to construct a quality
system that will continually improve the quality, reliability, maintainability and durability of the S0 gages supplied
to Chrysler. S0 Gage suppliers to Chrysler shall comply with the requirements in the TE Supplement to QS-9000.
D.0.3 Deviation to Standard
Deviations from these standards may be granted from the Chrysler Dimensional Control Team in writing and
would be included with the standard as part of a specification package.
D.0.3.1 Quotation Requirement
All quotations shall then state that the S0 gage fixture being quoted will be designed and built to the specification
package and/or Chrysler S0 Gage Standard.
D.0.4 Approval Qualifications
S0 Design approval shall not constitute a waiver or guarantee of responsibility for any S0 gage purchased by
Chrysler Corporation. An approved S0 gage design does not constitute a certified or functional S0 gage.
D.0.5 S0 Gage Environment
S0 gages must be used in a clean environment and cannot be used as qualifying tools or weld fixtures during the
S0 build.
D.0.6 Build Sources
Chrysler approved/recommended design/build sources shall be used unless prior approval is given by the
Chrysler Dimensional Control Team.
(Reference GEDOC001 Chapter 12.)

D.1.0 S0 Gage Design


D.1.1 General Design Property
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.1.)
D.1.2 S0 Gage Design
S0 gage designs shall be a Computer Aided Design (CAD).

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D.1.2.1 Metric Design


(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.5.)
D.1.3 Kick-off, etc., Meetings
Chrysler Dimensional Control Team will conduct a design kick-off/ review/ approval meeting with the S0 gage
supplier/ manufacturer prior to the construction of the fixture.
D.1.3.1 Design Release
All S0 gage designs shall be signed-off by Chrysler Dimensional Control Team using the Gage Design Kick-off,
Review, and Approval form (GEFM001 xx) supplied by CHRYSLER Dimensional Control Team.
D.1.4 GD&T Surfaces
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.9.)
D.1.5 Material Thickness
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.10.)
D.1.6 Design Considerations
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.1.11; OMITTING items C. & D.)
A. Operator and maintenance personnel safety.
B. Simplicity in operator part loading without restrictions or interferences.
D.1.7 Design Layout Requirements: Base Orientation
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.2.1.)
D.1.8 Alignment Features
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 2.2.2.)
D.1.9 Part Orientation
The S0 design shall define a male or a female representation, and show part orientation. The drawing shall
indicate the position of the locators, datums, and bases.
D.1.10 Base Call out
Bases shall be called out on whole body grid lines i.e. 100X, 275Y, and 325Z. Rails, pin checks, sight checks,
clear surfaces and clamps shall be shown.
D.1.11 Clamping Sequence
The clamping sequence shall be identified.

D.2.0 S0 Gage Construction


D.2.1 Base
S0 Fixture Bases should be made of cast aluminum or 1 aluminum tooling plate. This is required to avoid
warping. The fixture base size should be approximately 250 mm larger than the periphery of the part.
D.2.2 Gage Materials
S0 Gages shall be constructed from red or gray REN plank. They must be handled, used and stored in a manor
appropriate for precision tools.

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PART SECTION

A
3.0 FEELER

CHECKING FIXTURE

Figure D.2.A
D.2.3 Feeler Check
S0 Fixtures shall allow access for feeler gages in areas identified as feeler check surfaces. The feeler check
surface should be CNC cut exactly 3.0mm from the product surface. This surface should extend around the
entire periphery of the part. If the profile tolerance is equal to or larger that +/- 3.0 mm, the surface should be
CNC cut to 6.0 mm from the product surface. (See figure D.2.A.)
D.2.4 CMM Access
S0 Fixtures shall allow access for CMM measurement at locations identified as CMM measurement points.
D.2.5 Datum Pad
All datum pads shall be constructed from 3.0 mm brass or cold rolled steel. Chrysler supplied GD&T sheets will
determine the location of the datums. These net pads are screwed to the fixture plank.
D.2.5.1 Datum Pad Clamp
Every datum pad will have a clamp, unless otherwise specified. Clamps will NOT be attached to REN plank. All
clamps must fasten to the aluminum base.
D.2.5.2 Datum Size
Unless otherwise specified, a datum size of 25.00 mm square will be considered standard.
D.2.5.3 Net Pads
All net pads shall be net to the surface of the part except at internal and external angles of net pads. Clearance to
the described angles shall be incorporated.
D.2.6 Gage Pins
Locating pins shall be in accordance with the part model GD&T sheet.

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D.2.6.1 Locating Holes


(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.4.3. See GEDOC001 Figure 6.4a
D.2.6.2 Pin Bushings
All S0 gage pins shall slip fit into standard size bushings. The bushings shall be press fit in nominal position in
the gage. Lock-Tite material is not allowed.
D.2.6.3 PLP pins size and configuration
(Refer to GEDOC001 Figure 6.4c, 6.4d.)

D.2.6.4 Holes with Positional Tolerance 1.0mm or less


(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.4.2.)
D.2.6.5 Holes with Size Tolerance 0.25mm or less
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.4.4. See GEDOC001 Figure 6.4a)
D.2.6.6 Checking Hole Locations
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 6.4.5 See GEDOC001 Figure 6.4.a
D.2.6.7 Gage Pin Examples:
(See GEDOC001 Figure 6.4a through 6.4f.)
D.2.7 Trim Check
Trim lines shall be checked in accordance with supplied GD&T sheet. A machined flush check is required at all
trim edges. (See Figure D.2.B.) A scribe line check may also be acceptable with approval of the Chrysler
Dimensional Control Team.

PERIPERY CUT AT FLANGE

PART SECTION

3.0 FEELER

CHECKING FIXTURE

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Figure D.2.B
D.2.8 Sight Check
A machined sight check is required for all non-critical holes, slots, and cutouts. A scribe pin and bushing may also
be acceptable to check critical holes with approval of the Chrysler Dimensional Control Team. For the scribe pin
and bushing configurations, refer to GEDOC001 Figure 6.4b.
D.2.9 Drop Template
Drop templates or CMM inspections at a number of points as specified by the Chrysler Dimensional Control Team
shall be required to check all mating surfaces.
D.2.10 Operation Description Sheets (ODS)
Operation Description Sheets describe the initial set-up of checking fixture, the loading of the part, the sequence
of clamping operation and clear instructions for all feature inspections.

D.3.0 S0 Gage Certification


D.3.1 CMM Inspection Data
The S0 Gage Supplier shall verify CMM inspection data to the latest product CATIA model. A second party (not
the author of the CMM check program) shall perform the verification. This can be done internally by the S0 Gage
Manufacturer or by an outside third party source.
(Reference GEDOC001 Chapter 12.)
D.3.2 Requirements for Certification & Calibration
S0 Gage Supplier shall adhere to the requirements for certification and calibration as stated in Element 4.10,
Inspection and Testing and Element 4.11, Control of Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment in the QS-9000
manual.
D.3.3 Inspection Point Spacing
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.2.2.)
D.3.4 Generating Inspection Points
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.2.3; OMITTING Items B. & C. for S0 Gage fixtures.)
A. Net Blocks - generate a minimum five (5) points; one (1) at each corner and center.
(OMIT Items B. & C. from GEDOC001 Chapter 7.2.3 for S0 Gage fixtures.)
D. Template (contour edge) - make two (2) rows of data; 1mm from each side of blade.
E. Sight Check (irregular shaped hole) - make one (1) row of data; 3mm from top surface.
F. Sight Check (round or slot holes) - make one (1) row of data; 3mm from top surface to check size and location,
if it's a slot check the angle. Project nominal to part surface.
G. Plug Check (round or slotted holes) - make two (2) depths of cylinder check points to determine size and
location. Check the angle normal to surface if it's a slot, check the angle. Project nominal to part surface.
D.3.5 Gage certified
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.3.1.)

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D.3.6 Build dimensionally correct


(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.3.3.)
D.3.7 Supplier items
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.3.4.)
D.3.8 Approved certification tag
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.3.5.)
D.3.9 S0 Supplier CMM Data
All S0 Gage suppliers must be capable of sending CMM data to Chrysler SPC database through web based
CMM upload interface.
D.3.10 Certification inspection data
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.3.7.)
D.3.11 Tolerances for Checking Fixtures
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 7.4.1.)

D.4.0 S0 Gage Buy-off and Shipping


D.4.1 Buy-off Form
(Apply GEDOC001 Chapter 9.1.)
D.4.2 Document Required at Buy-Off
1. Design Kick-Off, Review and Final Approval (Form GEFM001 xx, supplied by CHRYSLER Dimensional
Control Team).
2. G,D&T data sheets from design file, if applicable.
3. Operation Description Sheets (ODS).
4. CMM Calibration certification.
5. Fixture Inspection Data results. (Also, sent by CATIA.)
6. GR study reports (Form GEFM010xxGR, supplied by CHRYSLER Dimensional Control Team).
detail process of GR in Appendix 11.6 of CHRYSLER Dimensional Quality Plan.

Refer to the

7. Gage Buy-Off Form (GEFM009 xx, supplied by CHRYSLER Dimensional Control Team).
D.4.3 Fixture Data
A plastic envelope shall be permanently attached to the S0 gage fixture. The envelope will contain the graphic
sketch showing the diamond part and its characteristics, the ODS (covered in plastic), the part model GD&T
sheet(s), if applicable, and the certification report. This documentation shall be part of the S0 Gage record at all
times.
D.4.4 S0 Gage Delivery
S0 Gage suppliers are responsible to deliver the S0 gage to the location of the final users with the same condition
as recorded at the time of S0 Gage fixture Buy-off.

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APPENDIX E. Meisterbock
E.1.0 Definition
A holding fixture, designed with multiple GD&T strategies, used for holding several parts and/or assemblies. This
fixture has known X, Y, and Z tooling spheres for the purpose of setting up measuring alignments. It also is
equipped with adjustable locators and spacers, for the purpose of moving parts and assemblies away from design
position, for root cause analysis.
E2.0 Meisterbock Team
The Chrysler Meisterbock Team consists of:
1. Product Releasing Engineer (Product Team Leader or his designate.)
2. Suppliers Gage Engineer.
3. Program Dimensional Lead (Or his designate.)
4. Metrology Systems Lead (Or his designate.)
5. Chrysler Gage Engineer
E2.1 Meisterbock Team Tasks
1.

The Metrology Systems Lead picks a Design and Construct supplier from the recommended list (Gage
Standards Chapter 12) to design and construct the fixture.
2. Suppliers Gage Engineer develops a Timing Chart for the design and construction of the Meisterbock,
along with developing and managing an open issues list. The timing chart will be stored in ProjectWise.
3. The Program Dimensional Lead, with the Product Team Leader, will develop and maintain a CAD file
directory. This directory will contain the currently released CAD product files for the design and
construction of the Meisterbock.
This data will be transferred to the Supplier after CAD- Step 3 and individual files will be re- sent if any
CAD product files are updated.
4. The Chrysler Gage Engineer will schedule the required design review and buyoff meetings.
E3.0 Buyoff Requirements
1. A list of part numbers and Engineering Change (E/C) levels for each part. (This list will match the currently
provided list referenced in APPENDIX E.2.2; Step 3 of this appendix.) This list will be stored in
ProjectWise
2. At the Buyoff meeting, the Supplier will be required to provide:
i) Signed Fixture Design review forms
ii) Inspection data and graphical roadmap.
iii) Fixture GD&T sheets.
iv) Operation Description Sheets or equivalent.
v) Print of Fixture design and stock list.
vi) Fixture 3D CAD models
3. GR / GR&R are not required for a Meisterbock

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4. After the buyoff form has been issued, the Supplier, in conjunction with the Chrysler Gage Engineer, will
manufacture and affix the following Meisterbock identification tag to the fixture. This will be done prior to
shipment.

5. Any changes to the fixture, driven by product or GD&T updates, will be recorded in ProjectWise. These
changes will be recorded in a log sheet and will include the following information:
i) Part Number changed.
ii) Current part revision level for part driving the change.
iii) Brief description of change to identified detail.
iv) Name of Chrysler Gage Engineer authorizing change.
v) Date the change was incorporated into the fixture.
(Note: A copy of the current log sheet will be kept with the fixture.)

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