Cylindricity Symbol [Copy and Paste]

Cylindricity Symbol For You To Copy and Paste is ⌭

Cylindricity refers to how closely a cylindrical feature or surface approximates an ideal cylinder. It measures the roundness of a cylinder and specifies the acceptable amount of deviation from a perfect cylindrical shape. 

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It is used in engineering and manufacturing to understand the degree of deviation from a perfect cylinder in machined parts, such as shafts, cylinders, and bearings. The deviation is expressed as a tolerance zone between two concentric cylinders. 

Cylindricity Symbol 2023:


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All Symbol That Can Be Used For Cylindricity:

⌭, /🇴/ , /o/, ♂️, ☮️, ☮, ↖⭕↖

How to Use These Symbols?

Copy and paste the cylindricity symbol (⌭) in just one click. Just click on the symbol copy button next to it and insert it anywhere. You can also highlight the icon and click “Ctrl+C”. Then put the cursor on the desired place and press “Ctrl+V”. 

What is The Symbol of Cylindricity?

The cylindricity symbol (⌭) consists of a circle that is surrounded on each side by two parallel lines. The circle represents the cylindrical shape that is being measured, and the parallel lines indicate the tolerance zone within which the actual shape of the cylinder is allowed to deviate from the ideal shape. The symbol is used in engineering and technical drawings to indicate the maximum deviation allowed from a perfect cylinder. 

What is Circularity vs Cylindricity?

Circularity and cylindricity are both ways of measuring how round something is in engineering and manufacturing. Circularity is used for circular features like holes, while cylindricity is used for cylindrical features like pipes.

How to Add Cylindricity Symbol in Excel?

To insert the symbol in Excel, you can use the Alt code I.e “ALT+9005”.

  1. Click on your desired cell to insert the symbol.
  2. Press the “Alt” key on your keyboard and type “9005” on the numeric keypad after turning the Num Lock on.
  3. Let go of the “Alt” key, and the symbol will appear.