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NOTE 1 There is guidance or rationale for this Clause contained in Clause A.2.
This document specifies the requirements for information supplied by the manufacturer for a medical
device or by the manufacturer for an accessory, as defined in 3.1. This document includes the generally
applicable requirements for identification and labels on a medical device or accessory, the packaging,
marking of a medical device or accessory, and accompanying information. This document does not specify
the means by which the information is to be supplied.
NOTE 2 Some authorities having jurisdiction impose different requirements for the identification, marking and
documentation of a medical device or accessory.
Specific requirements of medical device product standards or group standards take precedence over
requirements of this document.

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This document specifies requirements for the preparation, revision and presentation of digital product definition data, hereafter referred to as data sets, complementing existing standards. It supports two methods of application: 3D model-only and 3D model with 2D drawing in digital format. The structure of this document presents requirements common to both methods followed by clauses providing for any essential, differing requirements for each method. Additionally, its use in conjunction with computer-aided design (CAD) systems can assist in the progression towards improved modelling and annotation practices for CAD and engineering disciplines, as well as serving as a guideline for CAx software developers. The actual definitions for the interpretation, in particular the ISO TPD and ISO GPS rules, are taken from the original definition standards, e.g. ISOÂ 129-1 and ISOÂ 1101. When the term model is used in this document it applies to both design models and annotated models.

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This part of IEC 62656 specifies a web service interface to exchange data parcel(s)
conformant to IEC 62656-1, between a parcel server and a parcel client or between parcel
servers. This interface comprises three basic services: a registration service, resolution
service and subscription service.
This document includes the following:
– holistic use scenario;
– detailed specification of the three basic services;
– JSON [1] and XML [5] notation schemas for data parcel(s).
The following items are outside the scope of this document:
– user identification and authorization;
– query language for a data parcel;
– transportation protocol;
– data and communication security techniques.

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This document establishes the types of lines used in technical drawings (e.g. diagrams, plans or
maps), their designations and their configurations, as well as general rules for the draughting of lines.
In addition, this document specifies general rules for the representation of leader and reference lines
and their components as well as for the arrangement of instructions on or at leader lines in technical
documents. Annexes have been provided for specific information on mechanical, construction and
shipbuilding technical drawings.
For the purposes of this document the term “technical drawing” is interpreted in the broadest
possible sense encompassing the total package of documentation specifying the product (workpiece,
subassembly, assembly).

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This document specifies the general principles for presenting views, sections and cuts applicable to
various kinds of technical drawings (e.g. mechanical, electrical, architectural, civil engineering),
following the orthographic projection methods specified in ISO 5456-2. Views and sections for
shipbuilding technical drawings are discussed in ISO 128-15. Views and sections for 3D models are
discussed in ISO 16792.
Attention has also been given in this document to the requirements of reproduction, including
microcopying in accordance with ISO 6428.

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This document presents an index of the terms used in the ISO 128 series in English, French, German,
Chinese, Russian and Japanese.

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This document gives general rules for the execution of technical drawings (2D and 3D), as well
as presenting the structure of the other parts of the ISO 128 series. This document is applicable to
technical drawing in the fields of mechanical engineering, construction, architecture and shipbuilding.
It is applicable to both manual and computer-based technical drawings.
For the purpose of this document the term “technical drawing” shall be interpreted in the broadest
possible sense, encompassing the total package of documentation specifying the product (workpiece,
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IEC 62656-8:2020 specifies a web service interface to exchange data parcel(s) conformant to IEC 62656-1, between a parcel server and a parcel client or between parcel servers. This interface comprises three basic services: a registration service, resolution service and subscription service.
This document includes the following:
– holistic use scenario;
– detailed specification of the three basic services;
– JSON and XML notation schemas for data parcel(s).
The following items are outside the scope of this document:
– user identification and authorization;
– query language for a data parcel;
– transportation protocol;
– data and communication security techniques.

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Transfer of the IEC/IEEE 82079-1 (replacement of IEC 82079-1:2012) to an equivalent EN (replacement of EN 82079-1:2012).

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Transfer of the IEC/IEEE 82079-1 (replacement of IEC 82079-1:2012) to an equivalent EN (replacement of EN 82079-1:2012).

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EN-ISO 6414 establishes rules and conventions for particular use with technical drawings on glassware, for example, laboratory glassware or glassware used in other technical fields.Optical parts are not, however, included herein.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the machine manufacturer on drafting an instruction handbook. This International Standard provides added value to the general requirements on information for use given in EN ISO 12100:2010, 6.4, and deals with the safety-related content, the corresponding structure and presentation of the instruction handbook, taking into account the whole lifecycle of the machine. If an instruction handbook is required, this International Standard establishes the principles which are indispensable, to avoid a lack of information in particular those on possible residual risks. This International Standard is applicable for preparation of an instruction handbook of machinery.

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This International Standard specifies a series of relief grooves for shafts and holes, intended for general use in mechanical engineering.
It also intends to avoid unnecessary multiplicity of tools by a restricted selection of groove-types and dimensional versions.
NOTE The shape and the dimensions of the relief grooves type G and H correspond with the “Indexable hard material inserts” according to ISO 6987.

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This document specifies rules for the indication and dimensioning of undefined edges in technical product and dimensions. The proportions and dimensions of the graphical symbols to be used are also specified. In cases where the geometrically defined shape of an edge (for example, 1 × 45°) is required, the general dimensioning principles given in ISO 129-1 apply.

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EN-ISO 129-1 establishes the general principles for presentation of dimensions and associated tolerances that apply to 2D technical drawings in all disciplines and trades but which can also be applied to 3D applications. This document does not cover the application of dimensional tolerances and their meaning. See ISO 14405-1 for tolerancing principles. This document can only be used to describe the nominal model of a drawing, not the non-ideal surface model (skin model) used for tolerancing purposes (for more information on tolerancing specifications, see the list of GPS standards listed as normative reference or as bibliography) Considering the ISO 14405 series, the presentation of tolerance indication is unambiguous when it is applied to a dimension which is a size and ambiguous when the dimension is not a size. All rules presented in this document are available for any type of drawing (see ISO 29845). In addition, this document introduces the concept of property indicators, developed length, between, surface indicators, flag notes and textual instructions.

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This Standard establishes classification schemes with defined object classes and their associated letter codes, and is primarily intended for use in reference designations and for designation of generic types. The classification schemes are applicable for objects in all technical disciplines and all branches of industry. This document is a horizontal publication also intended for use by technical committees in preparation of publications related to reference designations in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.

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ISO 13715:2017 specifies rules for the indication and dimensioning of undefined edges in technical product and dimensions. The proportions and dimensions of the graphical symbols to be used are also specified.
In cases where the geometrically defined shape of an edge (for example, 1 × 45°) is required, the general dimensioning principles given in ISO 129‑1 apply.

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ISO 129-1:2018 establishes the general principles for presentation of dimensions and associated tolerances that apply to 2D technical drawings in all disciplines and trades but which can also be applied to 3D applications.
ISO 129-1:2018 does not cover the application of dimensional tolerances and their meaning. See ISO 14405‑1 for tolerancing principles. This document can only be used to describe the nominal model of a drawing, not the non-ideal surface model (skin model) used for tolerancing purposes (for more information on tolerancing specifications, see the list of GPS standards listed as normative reference or as bibliography)
Considering the ISO 14405 series, the presentation of tolerance indication is unambiguous when it is applied to a dimension which is a size and ambiguous when the dimension is not a size.
All rules presented in this document are available for any type of drawing (see ISO 29845).
In addition, this document introduces the concept of property indicators, developed length, between, surface indicators, flag notes and textual instructions.
NOTE 1 All figures are shown in 2D views only.
NOTE 2 Additional information and details for construction engineering are given in ISO 6284.

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ISO 18388:2016 specifies a series of relief grooves for shafts and holes, intended for general use in mechanical engineering.
It also intends to avoid unnecessary multiplicity of tools by a restricted selection of groove-types and dimensional versions.
NOTE The shape and the dimensions of the relief grooves type G and H correspond with the "Indexable hard material inserts" according to ISO 6987.

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IEC 81346-2:2019 establishes classification schemes with defined object classes and their associated letter codes, and is primarily intended for use in reference designations and for designation of generic types. The classification schemes are applicable for objects in all technical disciplines and all branches of industry. IEC 81346-2:2019 is a horizontal publication also intended for for use by technical committees in preparation of publications related to reference designations in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108. IEC 81346-2:2019 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) The entry classes of the classification scheme have been defined to reflect the “inherent function” of the object classified; b) The classes are defined to align with the principles of ISO 22274 and ISO 704; c) A three-level classification scheme has been defined, which provides a greater flexibility for the designer in some technical fields; d) Classes are defined by their definition and provided with a preferred term. Examples are provided if needed; e) A separate classification scheme for spaces has been provided.

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IEC 81346-2:2019 establishes classification schemes with defined object classes and their associated letter codes, and is primarily intended for use in reference designations and for designation of generic types.
The classification schemes are applicable for objects in all technical disciplines and all branches of industry.
IEC 81346-2:2019 has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108. It is also intended for use by technical committees in preparation of publications related to reference designations in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.
IEC 81346-2:2019 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) The entry classes of the classification scheme have been defined to reflect the “inherent function” of the object classified;
b) The classes are defined to align with the principles of ISO 22274 and ISO 704;
c) A three-level classification scheme has been defined, which provides a greater flexibility for the designer in some technical fields;
d) Classes are defined by their definition and provided with a preferred term. Examples are provided if needed;
e) A separate classification scheme for spaces has been provided.

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IEC/IEEE 82079-1:2019 is jointly developed and published by IEC, IEEE, and ISO and provides general principles and detailed requirements for the design and formulation of all types of instructions for use that will be necessary or helpful for users of products of all kinds, ranging from a tin of paint to large or highly complex products, such as large industrial machinery, turnkey based plants or buildings. IEC/IEEE 82079-1:2019 cancels and replaces the first edition IEC 82079-1:2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) The structure of this document has been rearranged in order to facilitate application of the standard and to make it easier to find information. Where possible, the language has been simplified. b) Information for use is introduced as a generic term. Instructions for use is a synonym for information for use. Step-by-step instructions is used as a subset of information for use. c) Clause 5 (principles) is revised and focuses on the purpose of information for use, the quality of information and the process for management of information. d) The process for preparation of information for use is integrated in the normative part and addressed comprehensively. e) Empirical methods for the evaluation of information for use are described in the normative part. f) The professional competencies needed for the preparation of information for use are addressed more comprehensively. g) Some aspects have been added to general requirements for information for use for complex systems of systems. h) Consideration is given to instructions for self-assembly products. i) An informative annex providing guidance on the fulfilment of specified requirements is introduced. This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108. One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of horizontal standards in the preparation of its publications. The contents of this horizontal standard will not apply unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.

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IEC/IEEE 82079-1:2019 is jointly developed and published by IEC, IEEE, and ISO and provides general principles and detailed requirements for the design and formulation of all types of instructions for use that will be necessary or helpful for users of products of all kinds, ranging from a tin of paint to large or highly complex products, such as large industrial machinery, turnkey based plants or buildings.
IEC/IEEE 82079-1:2019 cancels and replaces the first edition IEC 82079-1:2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) The structure of this document has been rearranged in order to facilitate application of the standard and to make it easier to find information. Where possible, the language has been simplified.
b) Information for use is introduced as a generic term. Instructions for use is a synonym for information for use. Step-by-step instructions is used as a subset of information for use.
c) Clause 5 (principles) is revised and focuses on the purpose of information for use, the quality of information and the process for management of information.
d) The process for preparation of information for use is integrated in the normative part and addressed comprehensively.
e) Empirical methods for the evaluation of information for use are described in the normative part.
f) The professional competencies needed for the preparation of information for use are addressed more comprehensively.
g) Some aspects have been added to general requirements for information for use for complex systems of systems.
h) Consideration is given to instructions for self-assembly products.
i) An informative annex providing guidance on the fulfilment of specified requirements is introduced.
IEC/IEEE 82079-1:2019 has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108. It is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.
One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of horizontal standards in the preparation of its publications. The contents of this horizontal standard will not apply unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.

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ISO 21600:2019 specifies the composition, basic principles, preparation process, general requirements, detailed requirements, publication and application requirements, and management requirements of mechanical product digital manuals. ISO 21600:2019 is intended to be used for guidance in the preparation of digital manuals, which provide guidance in the use, repair and maintenance of products. It is also intended to be used for reference in production and manufacturing. ISO 21600:2019 does not specify function or data structure of any specific software. ISO 21600:2019 applies to the preparation of mechanical product digital manuals based on service bills of material and modularized technical information.

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This document specifies the procedure, content, and form relating to material declarations for
products and accessories of organizations operating in and supplying to the electrotechnical
industry. Process chemicals, emissions during product use and product packaging material
are not in the scope of this document.
The main intended use of this document is to provide data up and down the supply chain that:
• allows organizations to assess products against substance compliance requirements,
• allows organizations to use this information in their environmentally conscious design
process and across all product life cycle phases.
This document specifies mandatory declaration requirements and also provides optional
declaration requirements.
This document does not suggest any specific method or process to capture material
declaration data in the supply chain. However, it provides a data format used to transfer
information within the supply chain. Organizations have the flexibility to determine the most
appropriate method to capture material declaration data without compromising data utility and
quality. This document is intended to allow reporting based on engineering judgement,
supplier material declarations, and/or sampling and testing.

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This document specifies the technical documentation that the manufacturer compiles in order
to declare compliance with the applicable substance restrictions.
The documentation of the manufacturer’s management system is outside the scope of this
document.

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This document specifies the procedure, content, and form relating to material declarations for products and accessories of organizations operating in and supplying to the electrotechnical industry. Process chemicals, emissions during product use and product packaging material are not in the scope of this document. The main intended use of this document is to provide data up and down the supply chain that: - allows organizations to assess products against substance compliance requirements, - allows organizations to use this information in their environmentally conscious design process and across all product life cycle phases. This document specifies mandatory declaration requirements and also provides optional declaration requirements. This document does not suggest any specific method or process to capture material declaration data in the supply chain. However, it provides a data format used to transfer information within the supply chain. Organizations have the flexibility to determine the most appropriate method to capture material declaration data without compromising data utility and quality. This document is intended to allow reporting based on engineering judgement, supplier material declarations, and/or sampling and testing.

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IEC 62474:2018 is available as IEC 62474:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 62474:2018 specifies the procedure, content, and form relating to material declarations for products of companies operating in and supplying the electrotechnical industry. Process chemicals and emissions during product use are not in the scope of this International Standard. It provides data to downstream manufacturers that:
- allows them to assess products against substance restriction compliance requirements;
- they can use in their environmentally conscious design process and across all product life cycle phases. A database associated with this document is available at http://std.iec.ch/iec62474. It contains the list of:
- Declarable substance groups and declarable substances;
- Reference Substances;
- Material classes;
- XML schema for data format and exchange and the accompanying developer table.
IEC 62474:2018 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
IEC 62474:2018 includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) The material classes and exemption lists capabilities have been improved.
b) The introduction and scope have new diagrams and information to give a better overview of the standard and identify what information is mandatory, optional or conditionally mandatory.
c) Definitions have been added. Minimum requirements to be in conformance with the IEC 62474 standard are defined, including XML format as the officially accepted format. By defining an authority, list identity and list version, the standard format could be used for lists other than the IEC 62474 database.
d) Terms have been aligned for consistency throughout the document. For example, the “IEC 62474 database” was previously referred to as “IEC 62474 database”, “IEC 62474”, “IEC 62474 Database”, “IEC 62474 DB”.
e) The annexes have been removed as they are now contained within documents managed by the validation team 62474 (VT 62474). Annex A (Annex B in the previous edition) is provided for non-XML users as a reference only.

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This part of IEC 61987 provides LOPs describing aspects of equipment for industrial-process
automation that is subject of this standard series.
The structures of the aspect LOPs correspond to the general structures defined in IEC 61987-
11 and agree with the fundamentals for the construction of LOPs defined in IEC 61987-10.
Libraries of properties and of blocks used in the aspect LOPs are listed in Annex B and
Annex C.

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This European Standard defines common fundamental concepts for Long Term Archiving and Retrieval
of CAD mechanical information for elementary parts and assemblies. It details the “fundamentals and
concepts” of EN 9300-003 in the specific context of Long Term Archiving of CAD mechanical models.
CAD mechanical information is divided into assembly structure and geometrical information, both
including explicit and implicit geometrical representation, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
with Form Features.
The EN 9300-1XX family is organized as a sequence of parts, each building on the previous in a
consistent way, each adding a level of complexity in the CAD data model. This includes the detailing of
relationships between the essential information for the different types of CAD information covered by the
EN 9300-1XX family.
As technology matures additional parts will be released in order to support new requirements within
the aerospace community.
The present part describes:
— the fundamentals and concepts for Long Term Archiving and Retrieval of CAD 3D mechanical
information;
— the document structure of the EN 9300-1XX family, and the links between all these parts;
— the qualification methods for long term preservation of archived CAD mechanical information;
more specially, principles for the CAD validation properties and for verification of the quality of the
CAD archived file;
— specifications for the preservation planning of archived CAD information;
— specific functions for administration and monitoring of CAD archived mechanical models;
— the definition of Archive Information Packages for CAD data.

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EN 9300-010 provides an overview description for the recommended processes for archiving of 3D product data, e.g. 3D CAD and PDM data. The processes are described in EN 9300-011 to EN 9300-016.

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This document is a part of the EN 9300 Series. This document addresses requirements for the long term
archiving of digital product information, applicable to the international aerospace industry.
Data shall be available to meet regulatory, legal, contractual and business requirements.
Initially, this document sums up the main business requirements for long term archiving of digital
product data. Although these requirements are not in themselves normative, when making data
available over an extended period, it is a fundamental principle that the contextual data needed to
interpret the data is also available.
This document uses the OAIS reference model to provide comparability with other approaches to
keeping information available. However, OAIS is a standard reference model for comparison, not a
standard for implementation. Consequently, this document defines requirements for processes (and
associated technologies) intended to make data available for the life of a product, and does so in terms
of the OAIS model.
In dealing with traditional media, the differences between substantial change and unimportant
“surface” change are generally self-evident. For example, the yellowing of paper over time, or the
encrustation of a gravestone with lichen do not lose the information contained, whereas the loss of
pages of a document, or the erosion of the stone do so, and archiving focusses on the preservation of the
medium. For digital product data, the medium is unimportant, but the content can be corrupted. The
subject of the (many) remaining parts of this standard is the identification of the information that shall
be uncorrupted if digital product data is to be usable in the future, and the consequent refinement of
processes and procedures to insure this.
This document addresses, archiving of digital product data required for product definition, such as in
three-dimensional representations a tolerances, material properties, manufacturing data, etc.
specification call-outs, product structure and configuration control data, etc. Other parts of the EN 9300
standards will cover more specifically the long term archiving of, for example, composites, electrical
systems, product analyses and product simulation information.
This document also addresses managing the evolution of technologies required to ensure the
availability and usability of the data for the required archiving period.
This document is not intended to incorporate company specific requirements and does not dictate
specific organizational structures within a company. This document does not specify a design or an
implementation of an archive system. Actual implementations may distribute responsibilities or break
out functionality differently.
This document assumes that all requirements for configuration management of the product data are in
place and therefore are not specifically described in this document.
If an organization chooses to implement requirements beyond those outlined in this requirements
document, those additional requirements shall not conflict or negatively impact the requirements
contained in this document.
Purpose:
This document establishes legal and other business requirements for processes intended to preserve
digital data. Data needs to be stored and maintained so that data is retrievable and usable for the
required archiving period. In addition, for some business requirements, data needs to be authentically
preserved and accessed.
This standard is intended to allow for different implementations based on a company’s specific business
environment.

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This document defines the requirements on a digital archive to preserve for the long term the 3D
explicit geometry of single CAD parts. The goal is to preserve the 3D information without loss with
respect to the geometry produced by the original CAD system, following the principles laid down in
EN 9300-003 “Fundamentals and Concepts”, including the use of an open data format.
1.2 In scope
The following is in scope of this part of EN 9300:
— business specification for long term archiving and retrieval of CAD 3D explicit geometry
(see Clause 5);
— essential information of CAD 3D explicit geometry (solids, curves, surfaces, and points) to be
preserved (see Clause 6);
— data structures detailing the main fundamentals and concepts of CAD 3D explicit geometry
(see Clause 7);
— verification rules to check CAD 3D explicit geometry for consistency and data quality (see Clause 8);
— validation rules to be stored with the CAD 3D explicit geometry in the archive to check essential
characteristics after retrieval (see Clause 9).
NOTE This includes the geometrical external shape resulting from CAD disciplines 3D entities (e.g., 3D
Structural components, 3D Tubing, 3D electrical harness, 3D composite, etc.).

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1.1   Introduction
This European Standard defines common fundamental concepts for Long Term Archiving and Retrieval of CAD mechanical information for elementary parts and assemblies. It details the "fundamentals and concepts" of EN 9300-003 in the specific context of Long Term Archiving of CAD mechanical models.
CAD mechanical information is divided into assembly structure and geometrical information, both including explicit and implicit geometrical representation, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing with Form Features.
The EN 9300-1XX family is organized as a sequence of parts, each building on the previous in a consistent way, each adding a level of complexity in the CAD data model. This includes the detailing of relationships between the essential information for the different types of CAD information covered by the EN 9300-1XX family.
As technology matures additional parts will be released in order to support new requirements within the aerospace community.
1.2   In scope
The present part describes:
-   the fundamentals and concepts for Long Term Archiving and Retrieval of CAD 3D mechanical information;
-   the document structure of the EN 9300-1XX family, and the links between all these parts;
-   the qualification methods for long term preservation of archived CAD mechanical information; more specially, principles for the CAD validation properties and for verification of the quality of the CAD archived file;
-   specifications for the preservation planning of archived CAD information;
-   specific functions for administration and monitoring of CAD archived mechanical models;
-   the definition of Archive Information Packages for CAD data.
1.3   Out of Scope
The following are out of scope for this part:
-   Long Term Archiving of CAD 2D drawings;
-   other CAD business disciplines, such as piping, tubing, electrical harnesses, composite, sheet metal design, kinematics.
This version does not include:
-   fundamental and concepts for parts EN 9300-120 version 2, EN 9300-125, 1 EN 9300-130.

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EN 9300-010 provides an overview description for the recommended processes for archiving of 3D product data, e.g. 3D CAD and PDM data. The processes are described in EN 9300-011 to EN 9300-016.

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1.1   Introduction
This document defines the requirements on a digital archive to preserve for the long term the 3D explicit geometry of single CAD parts. The goal is to preserve the 3D information without loss with respect to the geometry produced by the original CAD system, following the principles laid down in EN 9300-003 "Fundamentals and Concepts" including the use of an open data format.
1.2   In scope
The following is in scope of this part of EN 9300:
-   business specification for long term archiving and retrieval of CAD 3D explicit geometry (see Clause 5);
-   essential information of CAD 3D explicit geometry (solids, curves, surfaces, and points) to be preserved (see Clause 6);
-   data structures detailing the main fundamentals and concepts of CAD 3D explicit geometry (see Clause 7);
-   verification rules to check CAD 3D explicit geometry for consistency and data quality (see Clause 8);
-   validation rules to be stored with the CAD 3D explicit geometry in the archive to check essential characteristics after retrieval (see Clause 9).
NOTE   This includes the geometrical external shape resulting from CAD disciplines 3D entities (e.g., 3D Structural components, 3D Tubing, 3D electrical harness, 3D composite, etc.).
1.3   Out of scope
The following is outside the scope of this part of EN 9300:   
-   the formal definition of validation and verification rules to check 3D explicit geometry for consistency and data quality using a machine-readable syntax;
-   implicit or parametric geometry;
-   Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), Product & Manufacturing Information (PMI);
-   assembly structures;
-   presentation of explicit geometry.

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This document is a part of the EN 9300 Series. This document addresses requirements for the long term archiving of digital product information, applicable to the international aerospace industry.
Data shall be available to meet regulatory, legal, contractual and business requirements.
Initially, this document sums up the main business requirements for long term archiving of digital product data. Although these requirements are not in themselves normative, when making data available over an extended period, it is a fundamental principle that the contextual data needed to interpret the data is also available.
This document uses the OAIS reference model to provide comparability with other approaches to keeping information available. However, OAIS is a standard reference model for comparison, not a standard for implementation. Consequently, this document defines requirements for processes (and associated technologies) intended to make data available for the life of a product, and does so in terms of the OAIS model.
In dealing with traditional media, the differences between substantial change and unimportant “surface” change are generally self-evident. For example, the yellowing of paper over time, or the encrustation of a gravestone with lichen do not lose the information contained, whereas the loss of pages of a document, or the erosion of the stone do so, and archiving focusses on the preservation of the medium. For digital product data, the medium is unimportant, but the content can be corrupted. The subject of the (many) remaining parts of this standard is the identification of the information that shall be uncorrupted if digital product data is to be usable in the future, and the consequent refinement of processes and procedures to insure this.
This document addresses, archiving of digital product data required for product definition, such as in three dimensional representations a tolerances, material properties, manufacturing data, etc. specification call-outs, product structure and configuration control data, etc. Other parts of the EN 9300 standards will cover more specifically the long term archiving of, for example, composites, electrical systems, product analyses and product simulation information.
This document also addresses managing the evolution of technologies required to ensure the availability and usability of the data for the required archiving period.
This document is not intended to incorporate company specific requirements and does not dictate specific organizational structures within a company. This document does not specify a design or an implementation of an archive system. Actual implementations may distribute responsibilities or break out functionality differently.
This document assumes that all requirements for configuration management of the product data are in place and therefore are not specifically described in this document.
If an organization chooses to implement requirements beyond those outlined in this requirements document, those additional requirements shall not conflict or negatively impact the requirements contained in this document.
Purpose:
This document establishes legal and other business requirements for processes intended to preserve digital data. Data needs to be stored and maintained so that data is retrievable and usable for the required archiving period. In addition, for some business requirements, data needs to be authentically preserved and accessed.
This standard is intended to allow for different implementations based on a company’s specific business environment.

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EN 9300-010 provides an overview description for the recommended processes for archiving of 3D product data, e.g. 3D CAD and PDM data. The processes are described in EN 9300-011 to EN 9300-016.

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In most modern industrial environments, product data is maintained and managed using product data
management (PDM) systems. In general, these systems:
— Manage the use of the primary technical data contained, for example, in CAD models and
documents;
— Allow organization of primary technical data into structures to represent the relevant products;
— Support definition and maintenance processes for products.
Within the EN 9300 context, several domain specific parts address LTA&R for the primary technical
data (e.g. CAD, CAx, Documents) as generated by the relevant technical “authoring” systems. The
EN 9300-2xx series provides information for LTA&R of product management data for the relevant
documents, structures and processes.
NOTE The terms “PDM data” and “product management data” are synonymous.
This is illustrated in the Figure below.

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ISO 81346-12:2018 This document establishes rules for structuring of systems and the formulation of reference designations and provides classes for systems in the field of construction works and building services. This document also specifies a classification of objects and corresponding letter codes for use in reference designations of object occurences.
This document is not intended for manufacturers or system-related designations of individuals (e.g. inventory number or serial number) or for product types (e.g. article number or parts number).

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This document establishes rules for structuring of systems and the formulation of reference designations and provides classes for systems in the field of construction works and building services. This document also specifies a classification of objects and corresponding letter codes for use in reference designations of object occurences. This document is not intended for manufacturers or system-related designations of individuals (e.g. inventory number or serial number) or for product types (e.g. article number or parts number).

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This part of IEC 60068 provides a uniform and reproducible method of confirming that
temperature and humidity test chambers, without specimens, conform to the requirements
specified in climatic test procedures of IEC 60068-2 (all parts). This document is intended for
users when conducting regular chamber performance monitoring.

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This part of IEC 60068 provides a uniform and reproducible method of confirming that
temperature test chambers, without specimens, conform to the requirements specified in
climatic test procedures of IEC 60068-2 (all parts) and other standards. This document is
intended for users when conducting regular chamber performance monitoring.

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2.1   PDM data in EN 9300 context
In most modern industrial environments, product data is maintained and managed using product data management (PDM) systems. In general, these systems:
-   Manage the use of the primary technical data contained, for example, in CAD models and documents;
-   Allow organization of primary technical data into structures to represent the relevant products;
-   Support definition and maintenance processes for products.
Within the EN 9300 context, several domain specific parts address LTA&R for the primary technical data (e.g. CAD, CAx, Documents) as generated by the relevant technical "authoring" systems. The EN 9300 2xx series provides information for LTA&R of product management data for the relevant documents, structures and processes.
NOTE   The terms "PDM data" and "product management data" are synonymous.
This is illustrated in the Figure below.
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Figure 1 - PDM Data and Primary Technical Data
2.2   Objectives and scope of application
This part covers long term archiving (LTA&R) for product management data and relevant process related information (e.g. product structure requirements). Regarding process related information, only the process results are considered in scope as these have stable and static characteristics. The workflow used to create the information is not in scope. The resulting information, e.g. change authorization document, approvals/signatures, CAD models, attribute data, are in scope.
Product management data closely reflects the local business and data handling processes of each company. Therefore, an open standard can define only a common generic subset of the overall requirements. Other data that are only of local relevance or dependent on the local application environment are defined by local procedures. For each application environment, the complete set of standards, methods, and procedures related to the archived product management data shall be defined and documented by open standards, industry standards, or company standards and procedures. It is strongly recommended to use open standards whenever possible to ease data exchange, sharing, archiving, and ability to audit.
Three main objectives for LTA&R of product management data are:
-   enable the proper retrieval of archived primary technical data when performing queries relative to product structure, relationships, effectivity, status, etc.;
-   preserving the links between primary technical data and the associated product management data;
-   providing all relevant properties of primary technical data as contained within the associated product management data.
2.2.1   Architecture Definition
The product management data and the primary technical data may be managed in different environments (e.g. a database system for the product management data and a file system for the primary technical data with a reference in the database to the unique identifier and location for the file). In many cases, the primary technical data are held by the primary generating systems (e.g. CAD, systems engineering tool set) attached to a PDM backbone architecture.
The relationship between product management data and primary technical data is typically established by referencing mechanisms. The referencing mechanisms and the systems managing them shall be taken into account when archiving.
This can be done by describing the complete architecture of systems involved in the management of the relevant information and by defining common system requirements and procedures, such as synchronization, applied quality level, security requirements, and auditing. The overall capability of the architecture requires all systems within the architecture to comply with the common requirements.
The complete architecture definition shall comply with requirements defined in the applicable EN 9300 common process parts.
2.2.2   Archival of frequently changing PDM data
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