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CROWMAN2 (Mechanical) (OP)
4 Oct 06 14:22
ACCORDING TO: Drafting Requirements Manual for Departments of Defense & Industry by: Jerome Lieblich, Seventh Edition, Chap.10, Pg.10-18, Paragraph:10- "Parent Part Numbered Dash Number Entry: When entering dash numbered parts of the parent drawing, the parent drawing number is omitted and only the dash number entered. Parts originaly elsewhere than the parent drawing must have the complete part number entered."
SO...if item 1 is listed as having a (part or identifying No.) of -99. Why would it be again listed again as one of the assemblies multiple dash numbers versions; -1,-2,-3, etc,? Since, -99 is documented within the parent drawing it is thereby not required to be listed along with the multiple dash numbers rows. (-1,-2,-3 etc.)
Sequitur: We are documenting the Assembly(s) and not the individual component/assy items therein,(what makes up the assembly.) Right?
ewh (Aerospace)
4 Oct 06 15:14

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