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Australia and NZ GD&T standards

Australia and NZ GD&T standards

Australia and NZ GD&T standards

(OP)
I am looking for a book on GD&T and am not sure if the ones that usually come recommended online will be suitable in Aus since they are based on ASME Y14.5-2009 which I don't have access too either.

Is anyone outside of USA able to recommend a book and/or applicable standards that I can purchase?

Cheers

RE: Australia and NZ GD&T standards

If not using ASME, then the other major system is the series of ISO standards on tolerancing. (Aside: don't just assume that ASME isn't pertinent down under; some companies there might use it, just as I'm in the U.S. but know of companies here that use ISO.)

For reference materials on the ISO system, I suggest you visit the following thread and scroll down to CheckerHater's comment posted on 22 Jan 16. Lots of links given...

http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=401946

John-Paul Belanger

RE: Australia and NZ GD&T standards

My understanding that ISO 1101 points to many substandards, each with a stiff price. So ASME Y14.5-2009 may be your best bet although even that one is around $100 USD.

ElectroMechanical Product Development
(aka Electronic Packaging)
UMD 1984
UCF 1993

RE: Australia and NZ GD&T standards

(OP)
Thanks John, very interesting thread and gave me a couple of books to check out.

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