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What is the standard for paint defect tolerance?

What is the standard for paint defect tolerance?

What is the standard for paint defect tolerance?

I’m trying to identify the standard that this “Defect Comparator” is associated with. I want to refence it in a speciation. Any advice would be much appreciated.

RE: What is the standard for paint defect tolerance?

IMO, this is an Inspection Guidelines for the measurements in the Japanese Spec, including:
Table (A): Diameter- Black dot for OD, white for ID, and marked with letters, i.e. A,B,C...
Table (B): Area
Table (C): Line Width- External dimension for Black line, Internal Dimension for White line

RE: What is the standard for paint defect tolerance?

I need to reference this in a specification I'm creating, but I don't know how to without recreating it and incorporating my recreation. Ideally I'd like to reference the specific standard and specify the scope and level required.

p.s. English or Chinese (not Japanese).

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