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    Default How would you interpret this?

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    Is the thread depth (in this case .5 inch) measured from the top surface of the part or the bottom of the countersink?

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    Top of the feature. Same place you're measuring the hole depth from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenrinker View Post
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    Is the thread depth (in this case .5 inch) measured from the top surface of the part or the bottom of the countersink?
    I can't get the pix to blow up enough to read it clearly.

    Much like the title of this thread....

    In before the lock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    I can't get the pix to blow up enough to read it clearly.

    Much like the title of this thread....

    In before the lock.
    Sorry about that. Better? capture.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenrinker View Post
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    Is the thread depth (in this case .5 inch) measured from the top surface of the part or the bottom of the countersink?
    Usually it is top of the part. That surface remains pretty set. Everything is referenced from the top of the part.


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