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Limit on outstanding drawing changes

Limit on outstanding drawing changes

Limit on outstanding drawing changes

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Is there a standard anywhere that specifies (or even suggests) a limit on the number of outstanding drawing changes that can exist before the drawing must be revised?

RE: Limit on outstanding drawing changes

Not that I'm aware of, I don't think it comes up in ASME Y14.100 series docs.

Might be in the old mil std.

I'd expect this was something that was set by contract or by company.

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RE: Limit on outstanding drawing changes

As far as I know, this is company specific.

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RE: Limit on outstanding drawing changes

I have never seen a standard covering this, usually contract or internally generated.

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RE: Limit on outstanding drawing changes

in my jaded experience
....until an adverse event involving configuration management occurs.

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Tomorrow is another one.
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funny things are everywhere. ~'Dr.' Theodor Geisel

RE: Limit on outstanding drawing changes

Once I was incorporating a number of changes to a jet engine part. One of the ecos had me decrease a thickness to save weight. Another had me increase the same thickness to increase strength.

Peter Stockhausen
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