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Teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y

Teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y

Teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y


Is teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y
Not includes 2 LETTERS (AA,AB,....,AY) and why.

Thank you.

RE: Teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y

That is a setting made by your Teamcenter Administrator. You will have to ask him/her.
Cannot be changed by a "normal" user. The setting is made in the tool (BMIDE)to configure Teamcenter naming rules.

Ronald van den Broek
Senior Application Engineer
Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd
NX9 / TC10.1.2

Building new PLM environment from Scratch using NX12 / TC11

RE: Teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y

Ronald thank you very much.

RE: Teamcenter revisions letters A,B, ... ,Y

Typically, revision lettering skips I,O,Q,S,X and Z to eliminate any confusion with numbers or symbols used elsewhere on a drawing.
See ASME Y14.35 - Identifying Revisions on Drawings.

The list of revisions is established at system setup.

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