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Engineering Drawing Practices
Published by ASME International, 11/14/2017
ASME Y14.100, 2017 Edition – Engineering Drawing Practices
ASME Y14.100 is a standard developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) that provides guidelines for engineering drawing practices. This standard covers the fundamental principles of engineering drawings, including their format, design, and interpretation.
The purpose of ASME Y14.100 is to ensure clear and consistent communication between engineers, manufacturers, and other stakeholders in the design and manufacturing process. This standard establishes conventions for the representation of features such as dimensions, tolerances, and notes, and provides guidelines for the arrangement and layout of drawing sheets.
ASME Y14.100 covers a wide range of topics related to engineering drawings, including the use of symbols, abbreviations, and units of measurement. It also provides guidance on the use of different types of drawings, such as assembly drawings, detail drawings, and schematic diagrams.
By providing a standardized approach to engineering drawing practices, ASME Y14.100 helps to reduce errors, improve efficiency, and ensure that all stakeholders have a clear understanding of the design and manufacturing requirements. This standard is used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing, and is an essential tool for engineers and designers in these fields.
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