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? ID (p/n) Cross Ref Dwgs for purchased items. ASME Y14.24

? ID (p/n) Cross Ref Dwgs for purchased items. ASME Y14.24

? ID (p/n) Cross Ref Dwgs for purchased items. ASME Y14.24

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ASME Y14.24-1999 (Chapter 10) Identifies id cross reference drawings as a way to assign unique ID (your own company part number) to a vendor item which has a incompatible ID.

2 questions regarding usage:

1) Can this be applied to prevent duplicate ID's from different mfg's or vendors? Typically, CAD, PDM and PLM programs allow a single part number to be used only once (unique).

2) Is a drawing really required since CAD, PDM and PLM systems utilize item master data files and attributes (parameters) which will allow this data be captured?

I would like to hear how others are performin this.
Thanks!!

RE: ? ID (p/n) Cross Ref Dwgs for purchased items. ASME Y14.24

A drawing 'shouldn't' be required if everyone involved in the purchasing and usage of this product has access to such documents.  Only if a change is made to the reference drawing should a new drawing be required.

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