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 standard describes test methods used to evaluate the repeatability, reproducibility and accuracy of dental devices for 3D metrology. The standard is applicable to dental chairside CAD/CAM systems. The scope of this document is not intended to include unique systems with other specific applications of 3D metrology in the dental field such as 3D computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and stereophotogrammetry.

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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 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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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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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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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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This document establishes the general principles of layer structuring within CAD files. Layers are used
to control visibility and to manage and communicate CAD file data. Layer names are used to represent
this structure.
The principles are applicable to all parties involved in preparing and using technical documentation on computer systems. Although these principles are primarily for users, CAD system developers are expected to provide software tools capable of implementing and supporting this document. An important use is also to structure data in component libraries produced by third parties.

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This document covers the organization and allocation of layers for CAD on construction projects for the
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ISO 13567-2:2017 covers the organization and allocation of layers for CAD on construction projects for the purposes of communication and management.

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ISO 13567-1:2017 establishes the general principles of layer structuring within CAD files. Layers are used to control visibility and to manage and communicate CAD file data. Layer names are used to represent this structure.
The principles are applicable to all parties involved in preparing and using technical documentation on computer systems. Although these principles are primarily for users, CAD system developers are expected to provide software tools capable of implementing and supporting ISO 13567-1:2017. An important use is also to structure data in component libraries produced by third parties.

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ISO 13567-1:2017 establishes the general principles of layer structuring within CAD files. Layers are used to control visibility and to manage and communicate CAD file data. Layer names are used to represent this structure. The principles are applicable to all parties involved in preparing and using technical documentation on computer systems. Although these principles are primarily for users, CAD system developers are expected to provide software tools capable of implementing and supporting ISO 13567-1:2017. An important use is also to structure data in component libraries produced by third parties.

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This International Standard specifies basic rules for the management of technical documents.

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ISO 11442:2006 specifies basic rules for the management of technical documents.

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ISO 11442:2006 specifies basic rules for the management of technical documents.

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Specifies procedures for the calculation of the most important basic types of non-continuous lines according to ISO 128-20 and their line elements.

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ISO 16792:2015 specifies requirements for the preparation, revision, and presentation of digital product definition data, hereafter referred to as data sets. It supports two methods of application: model-only and model and drawing in digital format. Its structure 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 could assist in the progression towards improved modelling and annotation practices for CAD and engineering disciplines, as well as serving as a guideline for IT engineers. The aspects specified in this International Standard refer mainly, but not exclusively, to requirements that differ or are additional to those provided in existing, related standards. Where no such requirements are identified, it is safe to assume that the appropriate existing ISO standards are instead applicable.

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Based on ESIP document * D116/196: TC 217 disbanded * D122/065: Withdrawn

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Based on JESSI document * D116/196: TC 217 disbanded * D122/065: Withdrawn

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D116/196: TC 217 disbanded * D122/065: Withdrawn

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ISO 16792:2006 specifies requirements for the preparation, revision and presentation of digital product definition data (data sets). It supports two methods of application: model-only, and model and drawing in digital format.

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Specifies 149 selected terms and definitions. Annex A (Bibliography) is for information only.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03069 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03071 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from CSI03070 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03072 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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The major differences between the manual drawing practice and the CAD technique are identified, and an attempt is made to rationalize the use of the CAD technique in the construction industry. The layout of a drawing system using this technique is outlined in figure 1. Limitations of the manual and automated computer-aided systems are indicated as well as their similarities, differences and correlation. A glossary of terms is included.

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Specifies procedures for the calculation of the most important basic types of non-continuous lines according to ISO 128-20 and their line elements.

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Provides guidelines for establishing new routines required for the production of design documentation. The routines apply to manual as well as computer-based design work, but are particularly important when computers are used. The following phases are characterized: development phase, approval phase, distribution phase, storage phase, revision phase, phasing out. The use of this standard facilitates communication within the company and between different companies, quality assurance, purchase and development of systems for technical management.

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Computer security is divided into four areas: security with regard to installation and operation; system security; security with regard to document contents; security with regard to communication. The use of this standard is intended to facilitate communication with quality assurance functions within the company and outside, consideration of the different security aspects in the design work, purchase of appropriate systems and services.

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Provides original documents and related terms for use in computer-based product design processes; it also applies to manual design processes. Describes original document, original medium, original data, master print, signature document.

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Gives the basic prerequisites (identification and classification criteria, retrieval) for the efficient handling of documents and activities in the different phases of design work (development phase, approval phase, distribution phase, storage phase, revision phase). Annex A describes a classification of administrative data.

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Specifies procedures for the calculation of the most important basic types of non-continuous lines according to ISO 128-20 and their line elements.

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Computer security is divided into four areas: security with regard to installation and operation; system security; security with regard to document contents; security with regard to communication. The use of this standard is intended to facilitate communication with quality assurance functions within the company and outside, consideration of the different security aspects in the design work, purchase of appropriate systems and services.

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Gives the basic prerequisites (identification and classification criteria, retrieval) for the efficient handling of documents and activities in the different phases of design work (development phase, approval phase, distribution phase, storage phase, revision phase). Annex A describes a classification of administrative data.

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