The following is a list of common standards used when developing company drawing practices. Depending on the year of the standard used, the prefix will either be "ANSI-" or "ASME".
Note: The titles are truncated as a summary description of the standard.
Y14.100 (14.100M) - Engineering Drawing Practices Y14.24 - Types and Applications of Engineering Drawings Y14.34 - Associated Lists Y14.35 - Revisions of Drawings and Associated Lists Y14.38 - Abbreviations and Acronyms
Y14.1 (14.1M)- Drawing Sheet Size and Format Y14.2M - Line Conventions and Lettering Y14.3 - Multi and Sectional View Drawings Y14.4 - Pictorial Drawing Y14.41 - Digital Product Definition Data Practice Y14.5 (14.5M) - GD&T Y14.6 (14.6aM) - Screw Thread Representation Y14.7 - Gears and Splines Y14.8 - Castings and Forgings Y14.13 - Mechanical Spring Representation Y14.15 - Electrical and Electronics Y14.17 - Fluid Power Y14.36 - Surface Texture
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