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Let's go over the virtual condition formulas for maximum material condition so that you can understand how to calculate it on your own let's start with the max material condition of an internal feature here we have the same part that we had in our first video on envelopes however now we've added the max material condition modifier the virtual condition for an internal feature at MMC is the inner boundary we're trying to calculate what is the smallest area this hole can never cross to make sure that when we assemble a part through it that we know what our limit is we would then design some sort of pin or fastener that would have to be smaller than this virtual condition to ensure that there's always clearance for assembly the virtual condition is established from the maximum material condition in this case it's 0.23 zero is the max material condition size we're given point zero one zero position and now our virtual condition is this inner limit that the part can never cross now remember with virtual condition you're allowed variable size tolerance meaning that as your part gets larger you gain more bonus tolerance now you can be further out of position with your hole because you have a larger hole ensuring that the same size pin could still fit in there in the worst case you will see though that despite however big or small the hole is it still cannot ever cross this imaginary virtual condition boundary remember your virtual condition now for an internal feature is your inner boundary this is your MMC your smallest size minus your geometric tolerance in this case it's the MMC size 0.23 zero minus point zero one zero which gives you a virtual condition of 0.2 to zero the theoretical boundary that your whole can never cross into to ensure proper assembly since VC is the same regardless of hole size you can see that you gain bonus positional tolerance as the hole size increases let's move on to virtual condition on an external feature for max material condition we have the same type of part only now it's an external feature instead of an internal feature and we're still using the MMC modifier in this case it's your outer boundary that you're controlling with the virtual condition remember the goal with MMC is to ensure proper assembly we're trying to calculate the maximum position error and size error that could contribute to this part not assembling so no matter what no matter how far out of position this pin is or how big it is as long as both of those are in tolerance it can never cross this yellow boundary here and we'll always assemble if the hole is larger than this boundary it's calculated in a similar way as an internal feature only now it's the opposite condition here what we have is a limit of size around the outer boundary we have a.