Sure does in the engineering world. Many assemblies have been designed where, if all components are at tolerance limits, the product doesn't work as designed. Usually, it is when some stack-up path has many parts involved. Statistics allow the stack-up to work by showing that having all parts of the assembly at extreme limits is so rare that the probability becomes an acceptable risk. But yeah..Jumping out of gear is usually damaged or faulty shift forks, rails, drum shaft, or detent mechanism.