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mechanical drawing standards

al204
1-Newbie

mechanical drawing standards


Hello proe users...


I'm setting up all the formats for mechanical drawings at my company.


What drawing standards do you follow when creating drawings?


what drawing options do you set up in order to follow the afore mentioned standards?


thank you.


using wf 3.0



al.


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TomD.inPDX
17-Peridot
(To:al204)

First figure out what standards your company will follow. ANSI/ASME, ISO, or JIS (among a few other). Then find all the config options that relate to these.


If you are unfortunate enough where you must follow multiple standards, you will need to do this several times and make "start parts" or templates for each.


In my business, I have various clients so I 1st need to learn what each one does. This make for a real nightmare when setting up Creo. There is always some -variation- of a standard.

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