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Symbols according to ISO geometrical product specifications (GPS)

Symbols according to ISO geometrical product specifications (GPS)

Several years ago, new ISO standards for symbols, the Geometrical Product Specifications (GPS), were introduced.

 

For example:
ISO 10135:2007 - GPS — Drawing indications for moulded parts in technical product documentation (TPD)
ISO 8015:2011 - GPS — Fundamentals — Concepts, principles and rules
ISO 14638:2015 - GPS - Matrix model

 

However, these standards are currently not supported in Annotation

Implementing these new standard should be an integral part of a CAD - It would be important to have these standards available in annotation

 

5 Comments
mneumueller
17-Peridot
Status changed to: Under Consideration
 
Ziegi
8-Gravel

Please add to the list

  • ISO 13715 Technical product documentation — Edges of undefined shape — Indication and dimensioning
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  • ISO 21204 Geometrical product specifications (GPS) — Transition specification
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mneumueller
17-Peridot
Status changed to: Implementation In Progress

We started to implement ISO 10135:2007 - GPS — Drawing indications for moulded parts in technical product documentation (TPD)

Can you elaborate what exactly you see missing or would suggest to be implemented as highest priority for 8015 and 14638?

Ziegi
8-Gravel

@mneumueller 

 

ISO 8015 and 14638 are fundamental norms describing the basic rules and principles and chain links between the all the individual norms. Thus I'm pretty sure that these 2 norms don't include any symbols.
In my understanding @jseibert just wanted to list them to refer to any other norms within the ISO GPS context.

 

I find these 2 pages helpful go get on overview for ISO GPS norms:

The same 2 pages exist for ISO TPD (Technical Product Documentation)

IMHO all symbols defined in any of these standards should be implemented rather sooner than later in Creo Parametric. Good example are the symbols according ISO 21920 which were added in Creo 9.

 

mneumueller
17-Peridot
Status changed to: Delivered

Creo Elements/Direct Modeling 20.6 provides support for indications according to ISO 10135-2007  and ISO 13715