The Basics of Step Fitting


Step fitting refers to the process of aligning parts together for proper assembly by marking dimensions on a workpiece and transferring them onto a pattern.

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To prepare the workpiece for step fitting, it must first be measured using a steel rule and try square. Once these initial dimensions have been verified, the part can then be secured in a bench vice, with the flat file being used to file away corners in order to form right angles.

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As part of step fitting, cutting means removing metal in order to form the desired shape. This may be done manually with a hacksaw but can also be accomplished mechanically with milling or turning tools. Cutting metal accurately and consistently depth-wise ensures that when completed, it fits together smoothly and remains stable.

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