Spot-facing (SF) holes produce a round spot or surface around the top of
another hole typically at 1/16-inch depth. This is often done to provide a
bearing surface or to embed washers or t-nuts.
Specify the spot-faced area.
Identify the diameter of the spot-faced hole. Hole depth is often left to the
discretion of the worker, but -you may specify either the depth or remaining
thickness of the material.
Figure 3-34 is an example of a spot-faced hole.
Figure 3-34.Dimensioning spot-faced holes.
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