This European Standard specifies general requirements for the dust measurement of electric motor-operated tools supplied from mains or from batteries. This European Standard applies to those tools with and without dust extraction unit where dust such as mineral dust containing silica or wood dust is expected.
This part of EN 50632 sets particular requirements for cut-off machines and wall chasers.

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This document specifies a reference dictionary for tool items, together with their descriptive properties and domains of values. This document specifies a reference dictionary containing: —   definitions and identifications of the classes of tool items and their features, with an associated classification scheme; —   definitions and identifications of the data element types that represents the properties of tool items and their features; —   definitions and identifications of domains of values for describing the above-mentioned data element types. The following are within the scope of this document: —   standard data that represent the various classes of tool items and tool item features; —   standard data that represent the various properties of tool items and tool item features; —   standard data that represent domains of values used for properties of tool items and tool item features; —   definition of cutting operations; —   definitions of reference systems for tool items and their properties; —   one implementation method by which the standard data defined in this document can be exchanged. NOTE 1   The implementation method by which the standard data defined in this document can be exchanged is specified in ISO 10303-21. The following are outside the scope of this document: —   specialized or expert knowledge in the design and use of cutting tools; —   rules to determine what information should be communicated; —   applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; —   implementation methods other than the one defined in this document by which the standard data can be exchanged and referenced; —   information model for cutting tools; —   definitions of classes and properties for cutting items; —   definitions of classes and properties for adaptive items; —   definitions of classes and properties for assembly items; —   definitions of classes and properties for connection systems; —   definitions of classes and properties for reference systems. NOTE 2   The information model for cutting tools is defined in ISO 13399-1. NOTE 3   The definitions of classes and properties for cutting items, adaptive items, and assembly items are provided in ISO/TS 13399-2, ISO/TS 13399-4, and ISO/TS 13399-5, respectively. NOTE 4   The definitions of classes and properties for connection systems and reference systems are provided in ISO/TS 13399-50.

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This document specifies a reference dictionary for cutting items, together with their descriptive properties and domains of values. This document specifies a reference dictionary containing: —   definitions and identifications of the classes of cutting items and their features, with an associated classification scheme; —   definitions and identifications of the data element types that represent the properties of cutting items and their features; —   definitions and identifications of domains of values for describing the above-mentioned data element types. The following are within the scope of this document: —   standard data that represent the various classes of cutting items and cutting item features; —   standard data that represent the various properties of cutting items and cutting item features; —   standard data that represent domains of values used for properties of cutting items and cutting item features; —   definitions of reference systems for cutting items and their properties; —   one implementation method by which the standard data defined in this document can be exchanged. NOTE 1   The implementation method by which the standard data defined in this document can be exchanged is specified in ISO 10303-21. The following are outside the scope of this document: —   applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; —   implementation methods other than the one defined in this document by which the standard data can be exchanged and referenced; —   information model for cutting tools; —   definitions of classes and properties for tool items; —   definitions of classes and properties for adaptive items; —   definitions of classes and properties for assembly items and auxiliary items. NOTE 2   The information model for cutting tools is defined in ISO 13399-1. NOTE 3   The definitions of classes and properties for tool items, adaptive items, assembly items, and auxiliary items are provided in ISO/TS 13399-3, ISO/TS 13399-4, and ISO/TS 13399-5, respectively.

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This document specifies a reference dictionary for adaptive items, together with their descriptive properties and domains of values. This document specifies a reference dictionary containing: —   definitions and identifications of the classes of adaptive items, with an associated classification scheme; —   definitions and identifications of the data element types that represents the properties of adaptive items; —   definitions and identifications of domains of values for describing the above-mentioned data element types. The following are within the scope of this document: —   standard data that represent the various classes of adaptive items; —   standard data that represent the various properties of adaptive items; —   standard data that represent domains of values used for properties of adaptive items; —   one implementation method by which the standard data defined in this document can be exchanged. NOTE 1   The implementation method by which the standard data defined in this document can be exchanged is specified in ISO 10303-21. The following are outside the scope of this document: —   specialized or expert knowledge in the design and use of cutting tools; —   rules to determine what information should be communicated; —   applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; —   implementation methods other than the one defined in this document by which the standard data can be exchanged and referenced; —   information model for cutting tools; —   definitions of classes and properties for cutting items; —   definitions of classes and properties for tool items; —   definitions of classes and properties for assembly items; —   definitions of classes and properties for connection systems; —   definitions of classes and properties for reference systems. NOTE 2   The information model for cutting tools is defined in ISO 13399-1. NOTE 3       The definitions of classes and properties for cutting items, tool items, and assembly items are provided in ISO/TS 13399-2, ISO/TS 13399-3, and ISO/TS 13399-5. NOTE 4       The definitions of classes and properties for connection systems and reference systems are provided in ISO/TS 13399-50.

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This European Standard specifies general requirements for the dust measurement of electric motor-operated tools supplied from mains or from batteries. This European Standard applies to those tools with and without dust extraction unit where dust such as mineral dust containing silica or wood dust is expected.
This part of EN 50632 sets particular requirements for routers and trimmers.

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This document defines the concept of how to design tool items, limited to any kind of burrs, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. This document specifies the requirements of simplified 3D models for data exchange of burrs. The following are outside the scope of this document: — applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; — creation and exchange of 3D models for cutting tools; — creation and exchange of 3D models for cutting items; — creation and exchange of 3D models for other tool items not described in the scope of this document; — creation and exchange of 3D models for adaptive items; — creation and exchange of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This document defines the concept of how to design the connection interfaces for adaptive and tool items, limited to any kind of standardized connections, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. This document specifies the requirements of simplified 3D models for data exchange of connection interface. Not all dimensions given in this document are defined in the ISO 13399 series. The following are outside the scope of this document: — applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; — concept of 3D models for cutting tools; — concept of 3D models for cutting items; — concept of 3D models for other connection interfaces not being described in the scope of this document; — concept of 3D models for adaptive items; — concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This document deals with diamond tools whose cutting edges are made of CVD diamond, either as a solid single piece or as a coating. The tool specifications are differentiated into CVD diamond-coated tools (CVD diamond thin-film coatings) and tools with a CVD diamond cutting insert. According to ISO 513, CVD diamond tools can be classified under "hard coatings of hard metal and ceramic" and "binder-free polycrystalline diamond". In order to differentiate the CVD diamond tools from tools with monocrystalline synthetic or natural diamond (MCD or monocrystalline diamond) or with sintered diamond with a binder phase (PCD or polycrystalline diamond), the structure and characteristics of MCD and PCD tools with binder phase are also briefly described.

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This document defines the concept of how to design adaptive items, limited to any kind of driven tool units, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. This document specifies the requirements of simplified 3D models for data exchange of driven tool units. The following are outside the scope of this document: — applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; — concept of 3D models for cutting tools; — concept of 3D models for cutting items; — concept of 3D models for tool items; — concept of 3D models for other adaptive items not being described in the scope of this document; — concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This document specifies a concept for the design of machine operated feed out tools, limited to any kind of machine operated feed out tools, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. This document specifies the requirements of simplified 3D models for data exchange of machine operated feed out tools. The following are outside the scope of this document: — applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; — creation and exchange of 3D for cutting tools; — creation and exchange of 3D for cutting items; — creation and exchange of 3D for tool items; — creation and exchange of 3D for other adaptive items not being described in the scope of this document; — creation and exchange of 3D for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This document specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to any kind drilling and countersinking tools for indexable inserts, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. This document specifies the requirements of simplified 3D models for data exchange of drills and countersinking tools for indexable inserts. The following are outside the scope of this document: — applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; — concept of 3D models for cutting tools; — concept of 3D models for cutting items; — concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this document; — concept of 3D models for adaptive items; — concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This document specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to any kind of cartridges for indexable inserts, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. This document specifies the requirements of simplified 3D models for data exchange of cartridges for indexable inserts. The following are outside the scope of this document: — applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; — concept of 3D models for cutting tools; — concept of 3D models for cutting items; — concept of 3D models for other tool items not described in the scope of this document; — concept of 3D models for adaptive items; — concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This document specifies requirements for the following grades of wrought tool steels:
a)    non-alloy cold-work tool steels;
b)    alloy cold-work tool steels;
c)    alloy hot-work tool steels;
d)    high-speed tool steels.
If not stated otherwise, this document applies to all types of hot-rolled, forged, cold-drawn or cold-rolled products or products produced by powder metallurgy, which are supplied in one of the surface and heat-treatment conditions given in 6.2 and Table 1.
NOTE       Tables 2, 4, 6 and 8 cover only those steels which have gained certain international importance, which does not mean, however, that they are available in all industrial countries. In addition, a number of other steels for tools are specified in regional, national or company standards.
Where the heat resistance of the tools is of particular importance, as for example in the case of tools for hot forming glass, the material selection is based on ISO 4955.

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ISO 16084:2017 specifies requirements and provides calculations for the permissible static and dynamic residual unbalances of rotating single tools and tool systems. It is based on the guideline that unbalance related centrifugal forces induced by the rotational speed do not harm the spindle bearings, as well as prevent unbalance related impairments of machining processes, tool life and work piece quality. NOTE 1 Tools and tool systems covered by ISO 16084:2017 are, for example, those with hollow taper interfaces (HSK) according to ISO 12164-1 and ISO 12164-2, modular taper interface with ball track system according to the ISO 26622 series polygonal taper interface according to the ISO 26623 series, taper 7/24 according to ISO 7388-1, ISO 7388-2, ISO 9270-1 and ISO 9270-2 related to their individual operating speed. Modular tool systems are another important and complex issue of ISO 16084:2017. Calculations and process descriptions for balancing these components and the assembled tool systems are included. ISO 16084:2017 is putting an important focus on the possible clamping dislocations of tool shanks and their effects on the balancing procedure. These dislocations can occur between a tool or a tool system and the machine tool spindle (e.g. with every tool change), as well as within a modular tool system during its assembly. NOTE 2 Unfavourable process or system conditions (e.g. partial resonances of the machine structure generated by particular rotational speeds) or design and machine-related technical conditions (e.g. the projecting length of the axes, narrow space conditions, vibration susceptible devices, clamping devices and tool design) may lead to increased vibration loads and balancing requirements. This is dependent on the individual interaction of the machine and the tool spindle system and cannot be covered by a standard. A deviation from the recommended limit values of ISO 16084:2017 can be required in individual cases. NOTE 3 Wear of the shank interfaces may lead to possible variations of the clamping situation and thus to worse run-out and balancing conditions. These errors cannot be specifically addressed in a standard.

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ISO 3364:2017 specifies the dimensions of indexable hardmetal (carbide) inserts with rounded corners, with cylindrical fixing hole and with 0° normal clearance. These inserts are primarily intended to be mounted by top and hole clamping or by hole alone on turning and boring tools.

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This European Standard applies to diamond wire saws being used in quarries as well as in processing plants
for cutting marble, granite and other stones out of a mass of rocks in a quarry or of blocks having been already
extracted. The machines can be either stationary or travelling on rails during operation.
Diamond wire saws in the scope have an electric main motor. This standard deals with machines working in
one main axis as well as in several axes. Furthermore, this standard does not deal with problems caused by
an irregular structure of the stones to be cut.
Diamond wire saws are intended to be used with diamond cutting wires also referred to as tools in this standard.
For transportable machines, this standard deals only with machines using coated wire tools.
This standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to diamond wire
saws, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by
the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard deals with the hazards during transport, commissioning,
use and maintenance.
This standard does not deal with noise as a significant hazard.
This European Standard does not deal with:
- operation under extreme ambient conditions (outside the limits defined in EN 60204-1);
- upstream and downstream conveying elements for transporting the work-pieces.
This document is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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ISO/TS 13399-80:2017 specifies the basic principles for the creation and exchange of simplified 3D models of cutting items, tool items, and adaptive items, using related properties and domains of values. Simplified 3D models contain the following: - naming and defining of the basic design features of cutting items, tool items, and adaptive items, with an association to the used properties; - naming and defining of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of cutting items, tool items, and adaptive items; - naming and defining of those elements and features that are not defined in ISO/TS 13399‑50, but are necessary to design 3D models. The following are outside the scope of this document: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for cutting tools; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for tool items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for adaptive items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO 1832:2017 establishes a code for the designation of the usual types of indexable inserts for cutting tools in hard cutting materials or any other cutting materials, in order to simplify orders and specifications for such inserts. It also specifies the designations for cubic boron nitride (BL, BH, BC) inserts, tipped and solid, as well as polycrystalline diamond (DP) inserts, tipped.

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ISO/TS 13399-310:2017 carbide tips, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-310:2017 carbide tips, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of specifies a common way of designing simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of turning tools with carbide tips, with a link to the properties used; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents features and properties of turning tools with carbide tips. The following are outside the scope of this document: - applications where these standard data can be stored or referenced; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for cutting tools; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for cutting items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this document; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for adaptive items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-305:2017 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, for all kinds of modular tooling systems with adjustable cartridges for boring, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-305:2017 specifies a common way of designing simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of modular tooling systems with adjustable cartridges for boring, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of modular tooling systems with adjustable cartridges for boring. The following are outside the scope of this document: a) applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; b) concept of 3D models for cutting tools; c) concept of 3D models for cutting items; d) concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this document; e) concept of 3D models for adaptive items; f) concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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This European Standard applies to hand-held motor-operated electric tools and deals with the measurement procedure for routers and trimmers for measurements of dust emission.

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ISO/TS 13399-72:2016 defines the necessary text elements of a drawing frame and determines a standardized data exchange format. Therefore, the effort is reduced for the maintenance of documentation because the content of a drawing header is mated into a specific drawing frame by means of using XML technology and an individual mapping table. The benefit of this concept for manufacturer/supplier and end user is the advantage of a central maintenance of the appropriate templates. It covers the following: - identification and definition of the data fields; - identification and definition of the structure of the data fields; - structure of the data exchange file. The standardization of drawing formats, e.g. drawing frame, structure of the bill of material, are outside the scope of ISO/TS 13399-72:2016 which is rather more intended to standardize the data exchange of the product documentations. The following are outside the scope of ISO/TS 13399-72:2016; - layer settings as defined in ISO/TS 13399‑70; - structure of the tool documentation as defined in ISO/TS 13399‑71; - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of the classification of cutting tool data and their properties; - concept of the design of 2D drawings for cutting tools; - concept of the design of 3D models for cutting tools; - application data for the use of those cutting tools; - information about the reconditioning of cutting tools; - information about additional application and usage data (e.g. coolant supply).

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ISO/TS 13399-70:2016 is intended to be used for the design of tool layouts for the simulation and the documentation of cutting tool components and cutting tool assemblies. It can be used in connection and correlation with other parts of ISO/TS 13399. The main purpose of this layer structure is the graphical layout of cutting tool components and cutting tool assemblies to be used within tool pre-setting, NC programming and the simulation of processes, as well as for the design of the machining equipment layout. The common concept of the BMG (building model generation) layer structure has been extended with more layer definitions for universal use. ISO/TS 13399-70:2016 is applicable for a new layout; old, existing data files are not updated to this level. The use of ISO/TS 13399-70:2016 in terms of change management of existing cutting tool layout is at the manufacturer's discretion. The extent of the dimensioning is limited to the number of dimensions that are also populated within manufacturer's or distributer's catalogues. The manufacturer determines the level of details and is understood as tool specific. As the 3D-simulation systems proceed with stock removal, it is differentiated between cutting and non-cutting tool components. Also, the data concept includes the rules of zero points and mounting points for non-rotating tools (lathe tools).

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ISO/TS 13399-71:2016 determines the elements to be used for the creation of 2D documentation. The individual parts of documentation are drawing content, geometrical data, drawing frame and drawing header data as shown in Figure 1. The standardization of drawing formats, e.g. drawing frame, structure of the bill of material, are out of the scope of ISO/TS 13399-71:2016. Furthermore, it is intended to standardize the data exchange of the product documentation. It specifies a common way for the basic principles for the creation of product documentation that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the elements of a product documentation; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the product documentation; - definitions and identifications of those elements and features that are necessary to show the protection notices and the copyrights of the originator of the document. The following are outside the scope of ISO/TS 13399-71:2016: - layer settings as defined in ISO/TS 13399‑70; - structure of the data exchange file using extensible mark-up language (XML); - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of the classification of cutting tool data and their properties; - concept of the design of 2D drawings for cutting tools; - concept of the design of 3D models for cutting tools; - application data for the use of those cutting tools; - information about the reconditioning of cutting tools; - information about additional application and usage data (e.g. coolant supply).

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ISO 3365:2016 specifies the dimensions of indexable hardmetal (carbide) inserts with wiper edges, without fixing hole. These inserts are primarily intended to be mounted on milling cutters by top or wedge clamping.

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ISO/TS 13399-311:2016 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, for all kinds of solid reamers, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-311:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of solid reamers, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of solid reamers. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - concept of 3D models for adaptive items; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-405:2016 specifies a concept for the design of adaptive items, limited to any kind of collets, clamping sleeves and ferrules, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-405:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of collets, clamping sleeves, and ferrules, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of collets, clamping sleeves, and ferrules. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for tool items; - concept of 3D models for other adaptive items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO 13399; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-309:2016 specifies a concept for the design of turning tools for indexable inserts, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-309:2016 specifies a common way of designing simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of turning tools for indexable inserts, with an association to the descriptive properties and dimensions; - definition and identification of the 3D model internal structure that represents the features and the properties of turning tools for indexable inserts. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - concept of 3D models for adaptive items; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO 3286:2016 lays down the values for the corner radius of single point cutting tools. It applies to all types of single point cutting tools (with or without inserts), the corner of which is rounded.

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ISO/TS 13399-401:2016 specifies a concept for the design of adaptive items, limited to any kind of converters, extenders and reducers, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-401:2016 specifies a common way of designing simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of converting, extending and reducing adaptors, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of converting, extending and reducing adaptors. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for tool items; - concept of 3D models for other adaptive items not described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-312:2016 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to any kind of reamers for indexable cutting edges, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-312:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of reamers for indexable cutting edges, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represent the features and the properties of reamers for indexable cutting edges. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - concept of 3D models for adaptive items; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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Standard applies to transportable cut-off machines intended to cut materials such as metals, concrete and masonry and to be fitted with one abrasive - bonded reinforced wheel of Type 41, or - diamond cut-off wheel with the peripheral gaps, if any, not exceeding 10 mm and with - a rated no-load speed not exceeding a peripheral speed of the wheel of 100 m/s with the maximum wheel diameter and - a wheel diameter range of 250 mm to 410 mm. This standard does not apply to: - transportable mitre saws; - transportable tile saws; - transportable metal saws.

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ISO/TS 13399-307:2016 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to any kind end mills for indexable inserts, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-307:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of end mills for indexable inserts, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of end mills for indexable inserts. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this International Standard; - concept of 3D models for adaptive items; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-204:2016 specifies a concept for the design of cutting items, limited to any kind of replaceable inserts for reaming, using related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-204:2016 specifies a common way of designing simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identification of the design features of replaceable inserts for reaming, with a link to the properties used; - definitions and identification of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of replaceable inserts for reaming; The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for cutting tools; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for tool items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for other cutting items not described in this part of ISO 13399; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for adaptive items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-304:2016 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to any kind of milling cutters with arbor hole and non-indexable cutting edges, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-304:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of milling cutters with arbor hole and non-indexable cutting edges, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of milling cutters with arbor hole and non-indexable cutting edges. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - concept of 3D models for adaptive items; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-303:2016 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to solid (non-indexable) end mills, with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-303:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of solid (non-indexable) end mills, with a link to the properties used; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents features and properties of solid (non-indexable) end mills. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for cutting tools; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for cutting items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for adaptive items; - creation and exchange of simplified 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO/TS 13399-308:2016 specifies a concept for the design of tool items, limited to any kind of milling cutters with arbor hole for indexable inserts, together with the usage of the related properties and domains of values. ISO/TS 13399-308:2016 specifies a common way of design simplified models that contain the following: - definitions and identifications of the design features of milling cutters with arbor hole for indexable inserts, with an association to the used properties; - definitions and identifications of the internal structure of the 3D model that represents the features and the properties of milling cutters with arbor hole for indexable inserts. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399: - applications where these standard data may be stored or referenced; - concept of 3D models for cutting tools; - concept of 3D models for cutting items; - concept of 3D models for other tool items not being described in the scope of this part of ISO/TS 13399; - concept of 3D models for adaptive items; - concept of 3D models for assembly items and auxiliary items.

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ISO 5611-5:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style K, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 75° for end cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-8:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style S, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 45° for end cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic, or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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This part of ISO 5611-10:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style U, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 93° for end cutting . Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-7:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style R, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 75° for side cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-9:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style T, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 60° for side cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-11:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style W, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 60° for end cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-4:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style J, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 93° for end cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-2:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style F, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 90° for end cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic, or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-12:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style Y, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 85° for end cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-3:2015 applies for cartridges type A, with hole(s) for fastening screw(s), of style G, i.e. with cutting edge angle κr = 90° for side cutting. Cartridges are intended to be used with indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials and are primarily mounted to be used for internal turning of operations.

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ISO 5611-1:2015 is general and is completed by ISO 5611‑2 to ISO 5611‑12. ISO 5611 applied for cartridges, type A, for indexable inserts and gives their styles in relation to their dimensions in accordance with ISO 5611‑2 to ISO 5611‑12. These cartridges are primarily intended for indexable inserts made of hard metal, ceramic or other cutting materials to be used for turning operations. These kinds of cartridges are mainly clamped with one or two screws on the cartridges. Explanation of the designation code according to ISO 5608.

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