We do all of our domestic-based documentation (i.e. drawings) following ASME standards. We are starting to come across scenarios though where we need parts manufactured in Eastern Europe and they generally use ISO. In some ways these standards are very different (e.g. tolerancing). We also have a new Engineering center in the region, and those employees would rather work in ISO, which would make it difficult for us to pass work back and forth, as will be needed.
One idea is that for a drawing that needs to be design, reviewed and manufacturing in both ASME and ISO regions of the world we would create both an ASME and ISO drawing for the same model. Does anyone do something similar to this, or do you have any other ideas for addressing this situation?
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