Drawing Page BS8888... Technical Drawing: Tolerancing and dimensioning.
TD = Technical Drawing , GPP General Principles of Presentation, GPS = Geometrical Product Specification,
TPD = Technical Product Documentation.
TD: Tolerancing and dimensioning Standards
BS EN ISO 1 TD - Standard reference temperature for geometrical product specification and verification
BS ISO 129 TD - Dimensioning - General principles, definitions, methods of execution and special indications
BS ISO 406 TD - Tolerancing of linear and angular dimensions
BS ISO 1101 TD - Geometrical tolerancing - Tolerancing of form, orientation, location and run-out - Generalities, definitions, symbols, indications on drawings
BS ISO 1302 TD - Method of indicating surface texture
BS EN ISO 1660 TD - Dimensioning and tolerancing of profiles
BS ISO 2692 TD - Geometrical tolerancing - Maximum material principle
BS ISO 3040 TD - Dimensioning and tolerancing - Cones
BS 4235-1 Specification for metric keys and keyways - Parallel and taper keys
BS 4235-2 Specification for metric keys and keyways - Woodruff keys and keyways
BS EN ISO 4287 Geometrical product specifications - Surface texture: profile method - Terms, definitions and surface texture parameters
BS EN ISO 4288 Geometrical product specifications - Surface texture: profile method - Rules and procedures for assessment of surface texture.
BS EN ISO 5458 Geometrical product specifications - Geometrical tolerancing - Positional tolerancing
BS ISO 5459 TD - Geometrical tolerancing - Datums and datum-systems for geometrical tolerances
BS EN ISO 6410-1 TD - Screw threads and threaded parts - General conventions
BS EN ISO 7083 TD - Symbols for geometric tolerances-Proportions and dimensions.
BS ISO 8015 TD - Fundamental tolerancing principle.
BS EN ISO 8785 - Geometrical product specifications -Terms definitions and parameters.
BS ISO 10578 TD - Tolerancing of orientation and location -Projected tolerance zone.
BS ISO 10578 Technical Drawings - Dimensioning and tolerancing - Non-rigid parts.
BS ISO 11562 GPS - Surface texture: Profile -Metrological characteristics of phase correct filters.
BS ISO 12085 GPS - Surface texture: Profile -Metrological characteristics of phase correct filters.
BS EN ISO 13565-1 GPS - Surface texture: Profile method - Motif parameters
functional properties - Filtering and general measurement conditions
BS EN ISO 13565-2 GPS - Surface texture: Profile method - Surfaces having stratified functional properties -
Height characterization using the linear material ration curve
BS EN ISO 13565-3 GPS - Surface texture: Profile method - Surfaces having stratified functional properties -
Height characterization using the material probability curve
BS EN ISO 14660-1...GPS - Geometrical features - General Terms and definitions.
BS EN ISO 14660-2...GPS - Geometrical features - Extracted median line of a cylinder and a cone, extracted median surface, local size of and extracted feature.
BS EN ISO 20286-1...GPS - ISO system of limits and fits -Part 1 : Bases of tolerances , deviations and fits.
BS EN ISO 20286-2...GPS - ISO system of limits and fits -Part 2 : Tables of standard tolerance grades and limits deviations for holes and shafts
BS EN 22768-1 General tolerances - Tolerances for linear and angular dimensions without individual tolerance indications
PD 6461-1 Vocabulary of metrology- Part 1: Basic and general terms (international).
PD 6461-3 Vocabulary of metrology- Part 3: Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement.
DD ENV ISO 14253- 2 GPS -Inspection by measurement of workpieces and measuring instruments.
-Part 2 : Guide to the estimation of uncertainty in GPS measurement, in calibration of measuring instruments
and in product verification.
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