Item Identification And

Each item shall be identified as follows (a) Design activity items shall be assigned PINs that meet the requirements of para. D9.6. (b) When several items are detailed on a single drawing by tabulation, or through multi-detail, detail assembly, or installation drawing, each item shall be assigned a separate PIN meeting the requirements of para. D9.6. Current design acitvity identity and CAGE code Current design acitvity identity and CAGE code Original design acitvity CAGE code and drawing no.

Commonly Used Words and Phrases

Certain words and phrases are frequently used on a drawing. The following rules shall be applied. (a) Reference documents shall be cited using per, conforming to, as specified in, and in accordance with (or IAW). (b) The phrase unless otherwise specified shall be used to indicate the generally applied requirements, and should appear at the beginning of the note or denoted at the head of the NOTES column. This phrase shall be used when providing a reference to another document, or requirement on...

Graphic Symbols Designations Letter Symbols and Abbreviations

Graphic symbols, designations, letter symbols, and abbreviations used on engineering drawings and associated lists shall be in accordance with this Standard and the standards indicated below in paras. 4.19.1 through 4.19.12. Where graphic symbols, designations, letter symbols, and abbreviations are not covered by the standards indicated in paras. 4.19.1 through 4.19.12, they may be used provided they are explained on each drawing or referenced to an explanatory document. When non-standard...

Commercial And Government Entity Code Cage Code

The CAGE Code is a five-position code, of numeric or alphanumeric characters, applicable to activities that have designed, produced or are producing or supplying items used by the Government. It also applies to Government activities that control design, or are responsible for the development of certain specifications, drawings or standards which control the design of items. These codes are assigned in conformance with CAGE Cataloging Handbook, H4 H8. Activities not assigned a CAGE Code shall...

Second Part of Title

The second part of the title shall consist of such additional modifiers, modifying phrases, or Government type designators as required. Modifiers indicating what an item is (its shape, structure, or form) or what the item does (its function) are preferable to modifiers indicating the application (what it is used for) or location of the item (where it is used). Example (a) When two or more drawings are similar, and the parts detailed on them perform the same general function, they shall be...

Markings On Drawings

This Section establishes requirements for the application of markings on engineering drawings and associated lists. These markings are used in support of, and in addition to, graphics and text to convey information about the drawing, the list, or items depicted thereon. The intent of this section is to standardize marking nomenclatures, to control symbology graphics, and to indicate the minimum requirements for management data that are currently mandatory for drawing and associated list...

Transferring Design Responsibility to Another Activity

When the design responsibility for engineering drawings is transferred from one design activity to another, the drawing number(s) and PIN(s) shall be transferred to the new design activity for administration. The new assignee shall add his CAGE Code, name, and address on the drawing by revision action to identify change in design responsibility. In no case will the original drawing identity be changed or relocated to indicate a new CAGE Code. Figure D2 illustrates an example of drawing...

First Part of Title

The first part of the title shall be one of the following in order of preference. (a) An approved item name selected from the Federal Item Name Directory for Supply Cataloging, Section A, Cataloging Handbook H6, whose definition describes the item (PIN, STRAIGHT, HEADED, SPRING, HELICAL, COMPRESSION, ENGINE, GASOLINE, RIB, WING SECTION, INNER, MODIFICATION KIT, RIFLE RACKS, MOUNTING). (b) Where the procedure outlined in para. C6.2(a) does not provide a suitable name, the following procedures...

Drawing Verification and Approval

The design activity shall verify that engineering drawings and associated lists are technically accurate, in conformance with all requirements, and have been approved. Approval shall be signified in the signature block on the original by signature or approval indicator established by the design activity. An approval indicator may be any symbol adopted by the design activity. A signature or approval indicator may be either hand written or electronically affixed as long as it is unique to an...

Definitions

Acceptance the act of an authorized representative of the receiving activity to take ownership of supplies tendered, or approve specific services rendered, as partial or complete performance of the contract. altered item an existing item, under the control of another design activity or defined by a nationally recognized standardization document, that is subject to alteration to meet the design requirements. assembly a number of parts, or subassemblies, or combination thereof, that are joined...

Scale In Engineering Drawing

Scale expresses the ratio of the size of the object as drawn to its full size. Drawings shall be drawn to a scale that depicts all details of the item clearly and accurately, except as noted in para. 4.23.3. 4.23.1 Selection of Scale. Drawings should show an object or assembly to full scale. When full scale is not practicable, drawings may be prepared to reduced or enlarged scale. It is desirable, whenever practicable, that detail drawings be prepared to the same scale as pertinent assembly...

Use of Shall Will Should and

a Shall establishes a mandatory requirement. b Will establishes a declaration of purpose on the part of the design activity c Should and may are used when it is necessary to express nonmandatory provisions. 4.26.4 Indefinite Terms. Indefinite terms such as and or, etc., e.g., and i.e. shall not be used. 4.26.5 Location of Notes. Notes shall be located on sheet 1 or a reference shall be included on sheet 1 indicating note location e.g., SEE SEPARATE PARTS LIST FOR PARTS AND NOTES . When notes...

Asme Y14.5 Metric Drawing Template

The following is a list of publications referenced in this Standard. When the following American National Standards referred to in this Standard are superseded by a revision approved by the American National Standards Institute ANSI , the revision shall apply. ANSI Y14.6, Screw Thread Representation ANSI Y14.6aM, Screw Thread Representation Metric Supplement ANSI Y14.7.1, Gear Drawing Standards Part 1 For Spur, Helical, Double Helical, and Rack ANSI Y14.7.2, Gear and Spline Drawing Standards...

Parent or Corporate CAGE Code

Current design activity for a drawing may be administratively transferred to a parent or corporate entity assigned it' s own CAGE Code. Where there is expectation that there will be numerous or rapid transfers of drawings among activities with different CAGE Codes the option to transfer design activity to a parent or corporate CAGE Code may be exercised. Where a drawing remains under a corporate or parent CAGE Code there is no requirement for drawing revision to indicate design activity...

Graphic Symbols for Logic Functions

Graphic symbols for logic functions shall be in accordance with ANSI IEEE 91 and Supplement IEEE 91a. 4.19.3 Graphic Symbols for Flowchart Diagrams. Flowchart symbols for use in information processing shall be in accordance with ANSI AIIM MS4. 4.19.4 Mechanical and Piping Symbols. Mechanical and piping symbols shall be in accordance with ASTM F 1000, ASTM F 856, or ASME Y32.2.6, as applicable. 4.19.5 Graphic Symbols for Aircraft Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems. Graphic symbols for aircraft...