Below is an ongoing list of ANSI/ASME standards that are most common to drafting standards and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerances (GD&T). If you would like to see additions please contact me and I'll update the list.
I have taken off the date codes, you should determine what version of the standards your company will use, and add the date code to your drawing references.
The following are basic ASME standards: ASME Y14.1- Drawing sheet size and format ASME Y14.1M- Metric sheet size and format ASME Y14.100- Engineering drawing and practices ASME Y14.2- Line conventions and lettering ASME Y14.3- Multi-view and sectional view drawings ASME Y14.4- Pictorial drawings ASME Y14.5- Dimensioning and Tolerancing ASME Y14.24- Types and applications of Engineering drawings ASME Y14.34- Associated lists ASME Y14.35- Drawing revisions ASME Y14.38- Abbreviations ASME Y14.41- Digital product definition drawing practices ASME Y14.42- Electronic approval systems
The following are Y14 specialty standards: ASME Y14.6- Screw threads ASME Y14.7- Gears and Splines ASME Y14.8- Casting and Forgings ASME Y14.13- Springs ASME Y14.18- Drawings for optical parts ASME Y14.31- Undimensioned drawings ASME Y14.32- Ground Vehicle drawing practices ASME Y14.36- Surface texture symbols ASME Y14.37- Composite part drawings ASME Y14.40- Graphic symbols ASME Y14.43- Dimensioning and tolerancing of functional gages ASME Y14.44- Reference designations
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