This document 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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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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This document lays down rules for the representation of modular sizes, lines and grids on construction drawings. The basic module M is 100 mm (see ISO 1006).
Generally, modular sizes are for use on design drawings, but can also be added to production drawings for manufacturing, orientation and location.

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This document specifies the rules and graphical symbols for the representations of splines and serrations in technical product documentation.
Two methods of representation are specified:
a) complete representation;
b) simplified representation.
The rules and graphical symbols specified in this document are applicable to detail drawings of parts (shafts and hubs) and to assembly drawings of joints.
NOTE For uniformity, all the figures in this document have been drawn in the first-angle orthographic projection. A third-angle orthographic projection could equally have been used without prejudice to principles established.

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ISO 6412-1:2017 specifies rules and conventions for the execution of simplified drawings for the representation of all kinds of pipes and pipelines made of all sorts of materials (rigid and flexible).
ISO 6412-1:2017 is used whenever it is necessary to represent pipes or pipelines in a simplified manner.
For the purposes of this document, the figures illustrate the text only and should not be considered as design examples.
NOTE This document can also be used for the representation of similar installations, such as ventilation or air-conditioning systems; in such cases, the term "duct", etc. is substituted for the term "pipe".

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ISO 6412-3:2017 specifies simplified representations used in technical drawings for terminal features of ventilation and drains in pipeline systems.

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ISO 6412-2:2017 specifies supplementary rules, in addition to the general rules given in ISO 6412-1, applicable to isometric representation. Isometric representation is used where it is necessary to show the essential features clearly in three dimensions.

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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 3098-1:2015 specifies the general requirements for lettering, in accordance with the other parts of ISO 3098, to be used in technical product documentation (in particular on technical drawings). It includes basic conventions as well as rules for the application of lettering using the following techniques: free-hand lettering (by means of an underlaid "grid"); templates and manual lettering instruments; dry transfer systems; numerically controlled lettering and draughting systems.

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ISO 10628-1:2014 specifies the classification, content, and representation of flow diagrams. In addition, it lays down drafting rules for flow diagrams for chemical and petrochemical industry.
ISO 10628 does not apply to electrical engineering diagrams. ISO 10628-1:2014 is a collective application standard of ISO 15519.

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ISO 10628-2:2012 defines graphical symbols for the preparation of diagrams for the chemical and petrochemical industry. It is a collective application standard of the ISO 14617 series.
ISO 10628-2:2012 does not apply to graphical symbols for electrotechnical diagrams; for these, see IEC 60617.

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ISO 10209:2012 establishes and defines terms used in technical product documentation relating to technical drawings, product definition and related documentation in all fields of application.
This vocabulary is based on all terms contained within ISO/TC 10 standards and other documents that are relevant to technical product documentation irrespective of disciplines. The terms have been classified into specific fields of application.
In addition to terms and definitions used in English and French, two of the three official ISO languages, ISO 10209:2012 gives the equivalent terms in German; these are published under the responsibility of the member body for Germany (DIN), and are given for information only. Only the terms and definitions given in the official languages can be considered ISO terms and definitions.

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This International Standard gives rules for the presentation of part references in assembly representations,
e.g. on assembly drawings, in order to identify the constituent parts in a related parts list.

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ISO 26909:2009 specifies terms and definitions commonly used in the metal springs industry. Specifically, these terms appear in technical product documentation. Heat-treatment and surface-treatment terms pertinent to springs are included.
Terms in ISO 26909:2009 are grouped into the following seven categories:
a) general features of springs;
b) application of springs in machinery and engineering;
c) layouts and nomenclature of springs;
d) specification requirements;
e) design and calculation;
f) manufacturing and processing;
g) testing and inspection.

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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, subassembly, assembly).

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This document specifies the recommended proportions for the symbols used in technical product
documentation. It gives recommended dimensions based on the grid related to the line width to be
used.
This document does not apply to symbols used in process plant documentation, which are covered in
ISO 81714-1.
The proportions of the symbols are based on the standard heights of lettering given in ISO 3098-1.

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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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MINOR REVISION

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

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CMC - Superseding note extended to EN ISO 4066:1999

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ISO 7200:2004 specifies the data fields used in the title blocks and headers of technical product documents. Its purpose is to facilitate the exchange of documents and ensure compatibility by defining field names, their contents and their length (number of characters). It covers manual as well as computer-based design work, and is applicable to all kinds of documents for all kind of products -- in all phases of the product life cycle and all fields of engineering. It contains document-management-relevant data fields but not fields for specific technology areas or product requirements. It supports the cross-use and re-use of documents.

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ISO 3766:2003 specifies the simplified representation and the characterization of reinforcement in reinforced and in prestressed concrete for use in construction drawings. It also establishes a system for the scheduling of reinforced bars, comprising a method for specifying dimensions, a coding system for bar shapes, a schedule of preferred shapes and shape and bending schedules.

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This International Standard establishes rules for the symbolic presentation and indication of adhesive, fold and pressed joints in technical drawings.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03033 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03035 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03032 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03034 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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Specifies methods for the indication of limit deviations on construction drawings.

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The rules of ISO 128, ISO 3098, ISO 5457 are expanded. The requirements will provide for high quality microforms with which legible enlargement copies can be made, and documents complying with them can also be reproduced by any other reprographic system. It is recommended that all drawing office documents be executed in accordance with this International Standard.

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Specifies rules for symbols and markings in general arrangement drawings and assembly drawings. In general the applications shown concern plans. Views and sections can be shown similarly. Outlines, dimensions and information in texts and the representation of building construction and parts of buildings are listed in form of tables.

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Specifies requirements concerning the placing, layout and contents of spaces for drawing and for text, and title blocks on construction drawings. Nine figures illustrate details.

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Lays down rules complementary to ISO 128 and ISO 129 for the simplified representation of bars and profile sections in assembly and detail drawings.

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Establishes general principles for the simplified representation of holes, bolts (screws), rivets, etc. on technical drawings.

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Establishes general rules and specifies graphical symbols and simplified representations for landscape drawing practice. The graphical symbols and simplified representations are jointly referred to as conventions. The conventions given in International Standards which are applicable to landscape drawings are presented in annex A.

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This International Standard specifies the size and layout of preprinted sheets for technical drawings in any field of
engineering, including those produced by computer. This International Standard is also applicable to other technical
documents.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Transferred from WI CSI03044 (P. Pieters 97-03)

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This part of ISO 4157 establishes requirements for designation systems for rooms, areas, spaces, and voids in
buildings by room identifiers. It introduces a new designation concept intended for identification of rooms in a project
throughout its life cycle, i.e. the conception, programming, planning, erection, maintenance, remodelling and
demolition phases.

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