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General CAD (Drafting) Standards Revision Level K (10-11-06) PRODUCT ENGINEERING

General CAD (Drafting) Standards

Revision Level

K (10-11-06)

PRODUCT ENGINEERING

Usage of this Document:..........................................................................................................2 Drawing Standards...................................................................................................................4

Title Block Content.........................................................................................................4 Revision Block Content ..................................................................................................6 Data Content Symbol.......................................................................................................7 Drawing Views ...............................................................................................................8 Sizes: Dimensions / Notes & Labels / Drafting Symbols................................................8 Symbols and Abbreviations...........................................................................................10 Identification Letters......................................................................................................11 Service and Aftermarket Drawings...............................................................................11 Welding Symbols..........................................................................................................15 Surface Texture Symbols...............................................................................................15 Mass Notes....................................................................................................................15 Key Characteristics Designation Systems.....................................................................16 General Motors:.........................................................................................................16 Daimler Chrysler:.......................................................................................................16

Nissan:........................................................................................................................16

Customer Interface Points.............................................................................................16

Dimensioning..........................................................................................................................16

Dimensions Shown........................................................................................................16 Dimensioning Standard.................................................................................................16 Reference Dimensions and Text....................................................................................17 Trailing Zero’s...............................................................................................................17 Nominal Dimensions and Model Feature Sizes............................................................17 Rounding Off of Numbers.............................................................................................18

Document Revision History....................................................................................................20

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Usage of this Document:

This scope and intended use of this document includes:

Internal “lower level” drawings of AAM, supporting the Final Saleable Assembly

drawings to the customer. AAM Service and After Market drawings

Any drawings where conformance to Customer CAD and Drafting requirements

are not specified, or required by the Customer. Final Saleable Customer drawings will be constructed and maintain to Customer Specific standards, when specified per SOR from the Customer. Those requirements shall override any standards published within this document.

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Suppliers to AAM are required to provide drawings of their products in accordance with the guidelines stated in this document, unless otherwise directed by AAM’s customers.

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Drawing Standards

Title Block Content

Title block content is to be filled in using the appropriate CAD system’s technique.

Title block information should be formatted as shown:

Scale shall be listed as a ratio. Examples: (Full Scale shown as 1:1, Two Times Size

shown as 2:1 and Half Scale shown as 1:2). Part Number : 9.0mm character size.

(GM) BLOCK font, thick density. (DCX) CHR_DSUS font, thickness .4 (Nissan) Simplex Font, Thick text weight. Part Name :

(GM) BLOCK font, thick density, 6.0mm character size. (DCX) CHR_DSUS font, thickness .4, 6.0mm character size (Nissan) Simplex Font, Medium text weight, 0.9 width ratio, 5.0 mm character size. Balance of title block : 3.0mm character size. (GM) BLOCK font, thin density. (DCX) CHR_DSUS font, thickness .2 (Nissan) Simplex Font, Thin text weight.

Adjust character aspect ratio as necessary (.75% min) to fit information in the assigned field.

Also see ISO procedures

∑ ∑ AAM-2-050 for Production and Pre-Production Part Numbers Eng-2-003 for Product Drawing Format. Cross out
AAM-2-050 for Production and Pre-Production Part Numbers
Eng-2-003 for Product Drawing Format.
Cross out tolerances
for Service, After
Market, Forging and
Casting Drawings,
and when General
Notes apply.
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:
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Example: Typical Title Block Notation

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Revision Block Content

Revision block content is to be filled in using the appropriate CAD system’s technique.

(Also see section: Revision Balloons, page 8)

Characters. (GM) BLOCK font, thin density, 2.25mm character size. (DCX) CHR_DSUS font, thickness .2, 2.25mm character size. (Nissan) Simplex Font, Thin text weight, 2.50mm character size.

Drawing revisions are to be tracked using one (1) alpha character per engineering

o

o

o

o

o

notice or change sequence. The alpha revision character must agree with the alpha revision character

for the part in the PIM system. Multiple revisions within the same change sequence are to be tracked by

using a numerical suffix. Single revisions do not require a numerical suffix.

For Chart changes, include the Zone, Item#, Column Heading, and brief

description of the change. For General Notes: include the Zone, Note Number, Main Note subject and a brief description of the change.

For standardized revision record notations, including Multiple Revisions, PCR’s,

EWO’s, CN’s, and Cost Request Changes (CR’s), use this link to:

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Also see ISO procedures

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AAM-2-050 for Production and Pre-Production Part Numbers

Eng-2-003 for Product Drawing Format.

Revision Block Content Revision block content is to be filled in using the appropriate CAD system’sRevision Column_Noting Changes Examples.xls ∑ Also see ISO procedures o o AAM-2-050 for Production and Pre-Production Part Numbers Eng-2-003 for Product Drawing Format. Example: Typical Revision Block Notation 6 " id="pdf-obj-5-75" src="pdf-obj-5-75.jpg">

Example: Typical Revision Block Notation

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Data Content Symbol

The Data Content symbol is intended to inform drawing viewers as to whether the drawing is constructed from 2-Dimensional non-associated view dependent geometry or from a 3-Dimensional associated solid model. The two (2) symbols choices are:

2D - Part geometry consists of 2-D coplanar and/or 3-D extracted view dependent

wireframe. No associated models exist. 3D - Part geometry consists of 3-D associated model geometry. Models must be maintained.

The data content symbol is contained within the Drawing Format. The symbol may be switched to the symbol that best describes the content of the file appearing on drawing, as shown below.

Data Content Symbol The Data Content symbol is intended to inform drawing viewers as to whether

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Drawing Views

Drawing views automatically generated will have default names as determined by the CAD system.

View scale shall be listed as a ratio. Examples: (Full Scale shown as SCALE 1:1, Two Times Size shown as SCALE 2:1 and Half Scale shown as SCALE 1:2)

Prior to Unigraphic’s automatic view generation capability, views were frequently modified for aesthetic reasons or for compliance to “traditional” drawing standards or individual tastes. This was performed via view dependent edits. Since maintaining view dependent edits in UGv10 and later is extremely burdensome and many times non-value added, it is AAM’s direction to make every effort to accept the results of Unigraphic’s automatic view generating capabilities.

View dependent edits, IN ANY CAD SYSTEM, such as erasing objects or adding features that could not be modeled, should be kept to an absolute minimum and used as a last resort.

Files created prior to UG v10 release will have user generated view names. When maintaining these files, the following view naming convention must be used:

View Name

Comments

Cir.{A-ZZ}

Enlarged View of Detail Outlined by a circle

Area.{A-ZZ}

Enlarged View of Detail Outlined by an area

Opt.{source.view}

Optional construction View generated from another view

Opt.Cir{A-ZZ}

Optional Construction View of Detail in Circle

Opt.Area.{A-ZZ}

Optional Construction view of Detail in Area

Sec.{A-ZZ}

Sectional View

Aux.{#}.{source view}

Auxiliary View Generated from another view

Act.Size.{source.view}

Actual Size View Generated from another view

Identification letters: are only used once per type of identification (Views, Datums, Sections, etc.).

Sizes: Dimensions / Notes & Labels / Drafting Symbols

The system calculated dimension should be used. Tolerances and appended text are to be defined as part of the dimension.

UG: Dimensions should be placed on the drawing, not in a view.

CATIA and I-deas: Dimensions should be placed in the view they describe.

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Notes, labels and miscellaneous drafting symbols that are not associated to geometry (i.e. view labels, KPC diamonds, etc.), may be placed in the member view. This may be desirable since non-associated drafting entities will not move when their owning drafting views are moved.

Numbered Notes:

 

General Notes will be located in the Upper Right corner of the drawing, next to

the revision block. The Design Services Department of American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc is making an exception to the following Industry Standards:

 

ASME Y14.100-2004 paragraph 4.26.6(d) page 8.

 

If several notes are numbered, such as a listing of General Notes, and a note is removed, the rest are re-numbered. A recorded change in the revision column will reflect both the brief description of the note and its number that were removed, and the renumbering of the remaining notes. Due diligence must be observed concerning a note in the field of the drawing if it refers to a numbered note.

Dimensions, Notes and Labels should be formatted as follows:

Dimensions, notes / labels: 3.5mm character size. (GM) BLOCK font, thin density. (DCX) CHR_DSUS font, thickness .2. (Nissan) ISO 3098 Font, Thin text weight

Section, Detail and Special Note labeling: 7.0mm character size. (GM) LUBALINS font, thin density. (DCX) ROM3
Section, Detail and Special Note labeling: 7.0mm character size.
(GM) LUBALINS font, thin density.
(DCX) ROM3 font, thickness .2.
(Nissan) Century Font, Thin text weight
SECTION
Example: Section labeling
Shall be located
in the lower right
hand corner of
the drawing for
GM Salable
drawings only

SUBSTANCES FOR PARTS PER GMW3059

Example: GM Salable Item Drawing Note

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Shall be located in the lower right hand corner of the drawing ∑ on a 30-degree
Shall be located in the
lower right hand
corner of the drawing
on a 30-degree angle.
Shall be located in the lower right hand corner of the drawing ∑ on a 30-degree

Example: Inactivated Note

Revision balloons:

(GM) diameter = 10.0mm, 3.5mm character size, BLOCK font, thin density text with

a 0.75 aspect ratio.

(DCX) text frame BALR5, CHR_DSUS font, 3.5mm character size, thickness .2 for

up to 2-digit revision.

For a 3-digit revision, modify graphic to CHRYSLER font, 3.5mm character size,

select FREE and change the width to 2.0, thickness .2

(Nissan) Radius 5.0, 3.0mm characters, Simplex font, Thin text weight, 1.0 width

ratio.

No revision balloons shall be used by the Note Column or by Charts. (Leave existing

balloons alone.)

AAM maintains a library of special symbols and user defined symbols that are not

supported by the base CAD software. These special symbols are maintained on the

AAM network and should be used as required. Suppliers can obtain a copy of the

AAM symbol library through the Design Services supervisor.

Symbols and Abbreviations

Symbols shall be in accordance with ASME Y14.5M-1994.

Abbreviations and Acronyms shall be in accordance with ASME Y14.38-1999

and addenda Y14.38a-2002.

The following symbol shall not be used:

# Used for NUMBER

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Identification Letters

The following letters are not allowed on engineering drawings:

Datum’s cannot use I, O, and Q in accordance with ASME Y14.5M-1994

paragraph 3.3.2, ANSI Y14.5M-1982 paragraph 3.3.2.1, and ANSI Y14.5-1973

paragraph 5-3.3.2.1.

Revision letters that are not to be used are I, O, Q, S, X, and Z in accordance with

ASME Y14.35M-1997 paragraph 5.1. AAM takes exception to this due to our

PIM system which does use the letters S, X, and Z.

Section and View lettering do not use I, O, Q, S, X, and Z in accordance with

ASME Y14.3-2003 paragraph 1.7.3.

Charts shall not use I, O, Q, S, X, and Z

Service and Aftermarket Drawings

Title Block Tolerances: Shall be crossed out. (See page 3)

Notes

The first Note shall be Standard Source Note and depending on which customer

the drawing is for.

(i.e. Daimlerchrysler has added AND CUSTOMER APPROVAL.)

The second Note shall be the Material Note.

The third Note shall be the Heat Treat information (if applicable)

The fourth Note shall be the Coating information note (if applicable)

The last Note shall read:

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE REFERENCE

Note: If Coating and/or Heat Treats do not exist, all other notes index upwards.

Dimensions and Symbols

No usage of Symbols with the Chart Letters either in the field of the drawing or

with the Letters in the Dimensional Chart is allowed.

Symbols will only be used with the actual dimensional information placed in the

Chart.

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On Service and Aftermarket drawings, no usage of parenthesis with dimensions

and/or letters is required due to the

“ALL DIMENSIONS ARE REFERENCE” note in the general note column.

Most Service and Aftermarket drawings will have a Dimensional Chart used.

Placement should be in the Upper Left-Hand Corner if possible.

(No dimensions on the body of the drawing or in the views).

Exceptions:

Scanned in drawings, may or may not be Charted based on the original

production drawing format. Ex.: (Supplier files or Customer files).

GM programs that require Math Data only. (See GM UG NX Data

Creation Standards (DCS) for specifics under “Service Math”).

Customer and Drawing Type Codes

The following is a quick guide to recognize what program uses what numbering

system.

Aftermarket: Starts with 74

GM: Typically starts with 1247, 103, 15 and 889.

DCX: Typically starts with 05 and 680

Workhorse: Typically starts with W8

Not Applicable: Use the abbreviation NA

Shown on Drawing: Use the abbreviation SHN ON DWG

The chart shall also have a brief description listed below the letter of the feature it
The chart shall also have a brief description listed below the letter of the
feature it refers to.
Placement
of Symbols
Examples
1.) For a Single Aftermarket Component Drawing with a Dimensional Chart.
A
B
C
AAM
CUSTOMER
ITEM
AAM PN
SEAL
SEAL
PINION
SERVICE PN
SERVICE PN
WIDTH
BORE
OFFSET
1
74XXXXXX
40XXXXXX
1247XXXX
14.17
72.17
43.56
2.) For a Single Service Component Drawing with a Dimensional Chart. Screw Thread (GM, DAIMLERCHRYSLER, NISSAN
2.) For a Single Service Component Drawing with a Dimensional Chart.
Screw Thread
(GM, DAIMLERCHRYSLER, NISSAN or WORKHORSE)
Callout
CUSTOMER
A
B
C
ITEM
AAM PN
SERVICE PN
WIDTH
RELIEF
SENSOR THREADS
1
40XXXXXX
W8XXXXXX
XX.X
RXX.X
M10 X 1.5-6g

3.) For a Charted Aftermarket Drawing with a Dimensional Chart.

 

AAM

 

CUSTOMER

A

B

C

ITEM

SERVICE

AAM PN

SERVICE PN

SEAL

SEAL

PINION

PN

WIDTH

BORE

OFFSET

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  • 1 74XXXXXX

40XXXXXX

1247XXXX

XX.X

XX.X

XX.X

  • 2 74XXXXXX

40XXXXXX

05XXXXXX

XX.X

2 74XXXXXX 40XXXXXX 05XXXXXX XX.X XX.X XX.X

XX.X

XX.X

  • 3 NA

74XXXXXX

W8XXXXXX

XX.X

XX.X

XX.X

4.) For a Charted Service Drawing with a Dimensional Chart.

(GM, DAIMLERCHRYSLER, NISSAN or WORKHORSE)

ITEM

AAM PN

CUSTOMER

A

B

C

SERVICE PN

WIDTH

RELIEF

BALL END

  • 1 1247XXXX

40XXXXXX

XX.X

RXX.X

SRXX.X

  • 2 05XXXXXX

40XXXXXX

XX.X

RXX.X

SRXX.X

  • 3 W8XXXXXX

40XXXXXX

XX.X

RXX.X

SRXX.X

5.) All drawings shall have the following column as the last column.

SERVICE REL

AUTH AND DATE

XXXXXX

XXXXXX

6.) For Splines and/or Gears add the following to the to the end of the Charts, just

before the SERVICE RELEASE AUTH and DATE column.

NUMBER OF

NUMBER

GEAR TEETH

OF SPLINES

XX

XX

7.) May also need to add the following when requested by Engineering just before

the SERVICE RELEASE AUTH and DATE column.

MATING

NUMBER OF

GEAR PN

MATING TEETH

40XXXXXX

XX

8.) For U-Joint information the following Block may be added to the Chart.

U-JOINT SIZE XXXX
U-JOINT
SIZE
XXXX

9.) For an additional row of Charted Letters add this below the first one with a space

between them.

 
   

D

E

 

F

G

H

J

ITEM

   

MOUNTIN

SHAFT

SEAL DIA.

SEAL

WIDTH

SEAL

I.D.

G

DISTANCE

CORNER

RADIUS

CHAMFER

LENGTH

1

1 XX.X XX.X XX. XX.X RXX.X XX.X

XX.X

XX.X

1 XX.X XX.X XX. XX.X RXX.X XX.X

XX.

XX.X

RXX.X

XX.X

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X
X

10.) For an Item with more than One Customer Service PN.

 

AAM

 

CUSTOMER

A

WIDTH

B

RELIEF

C

ITEM

SERVICE

AAM PN

SERVICE

BALL

PN

PN

END

 

1247XXXXX

1

74XXXXXX

40XXXXXX

05XXXXXX

XX.X

RXX.X

SRXX.X

 

XX.X

RXX.X

SRXX.X

 

XX.X

RXX.X

SRXX.X

Field of the Drawing Examples

For the Number of Places like Threads, Holes, or other Features.

5X A ∑ Revision Block Content
5X A
Revision Block Content

The Revision Column shall state:

B MINOR

X 10.) For an Item with more than One Customer Service PN. AAM CUSTOMER A WIDTH

“SERVICE RELEASE” for both Aftermarket and Service drawing releases.

Additionally, authority “per CR, CN, or EWO” will be listed.

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Business Item Requirements

1.) Aftermarket drawings can be produced by any CAD system since they don’t

require Models.

2.) Service drawings and Models must be maintained in the Customers CAD system.

There could be more than one Customer Service PN for an Item. If this is the case

than it will need to be modeled in those CAD systems. Make sure that the

Business Item for the CAD MODEL/DRAWING has those ICONS attached.

3.) Aftermarket drawings can have more than one Customer Service PN for each

item. It doesn’t matter which CAD system is used.

4.) Try and maintain which CAD system originally created the Model.

Welding Symbols

Shall be in accordance with ANSI/AWS A2.4-98 and ANSI/AWS A3.0-89.

Surface Texture Symbols

Shall be in accordance with ASME Y14.36M-1996 and ASME B46.1-1995.

The following is a copy from ASME Y14.36M-1996 paragraph 4.4 page 3.

Standard ratings are listed in Section 9 of ASME B46.1 with some selection criteria

given in Section 3 of ASME B46.1. Drawings prepared six months after the date of

issuance of ASME B46.1-1995 shall state the roughness cutoff or sampling length.

(Note: Prior to the adoption of ASME B46.1-1995 the default rating was 0.8 mm if no

other rating was stated.)

Field of the Drawing Example:

Mass Notes

This is the correct location of the Filter Cutoff . If the 0.8 area being measured
This is the correct location
of the Filter Cutoff . If the
0.8
area being measured is less
than 4 mm then change the
value accordingly.

Mass notes appear on most AAM drawings. They are to be one of two types:

Exception: Service, Aftermarket, 2D, and Scanned drawings.

Actual Weighed Mass – Appears only on GM Final Saleable Customer Drawings

CAD Estimated Mass – Appears on all other AAM drawings.

For standardized notations and uses, see this link to: CAD Mass Notes.xls

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Key Characteristics Designation Systems

General Motors:

KPC blocks shall be on all AAM drawings except for Service and Aftermarket drawings

in accordance with GM 1805 QN and GM Engineering Standards A59.

KPC numbers cannot be reused.

The following is the minimum requirement for use on drawings.

Key Product Characteristics

 
SAFETY/ COMPLIANCE FIT/FUNCTION

SAFETY/ COMPLIANCE

SAFETY/ COMPLIANCE FIT/FUNCTION

FIT/FUNCTION

 

TOTAL ON DRAWING

 

0

LAST NUMBER USED

 

0

Daimler Chrysler:

Daimler Chrysler drawings shall have the Safety Shield symbol added in accordance

with CEP-002 and CEP-004.

Nissan:

AAM drawings for Nissan programs, will used the KPC block per the General Motors

standard listed above.

Customer Interface Points

When required, Customer Interface point will be added to AAM component and lower

level assembly drawings per AAM-2-074.

Key Characteristics Designation Systems General Motors: KPC blocks shall be on all AAM drawings except for

Dimensioning

Dimensions Shown

The system calculated dimension from the Math Model is to be used whenever possible,

on AAM drawings. No manual dimensions are allowed.

Dimensioning Standard

All new files are to be created to ASME Y14.5M-1994 Dimensioning and

Tolerancing practices unless otherwise directed.

Redraws will maintain their existing formats and Dimensioning and Tolerancing

standard.

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Reference Dimensions and Text

Unless otherwise direct by the customer requirements:

AAM will use “-REF.” to denote reference part numbers, text, specifications or

other reference information. Ex. 40022345 – REF.

Dimensions will continue to use brackets to denote reference dimensions. Ex.

(12.45)

The exception to the above two bulleted items are for Service and After Market

drawings. (See page 9 under Service and Aftermarket Drawings).

Trailing Zero’s

The Design Services Department of American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc is making an

exception to the following Industry Standards:

ASME Y14.5M-1994 paragraph 1.6.1 page 5

ASME Y14.5M-1982 paragraph 1.6.1 page 4

Which states that Metric Dimensions shall have NO TRAILING ZEROS.

AAM is allowing Trailing Zeros to accommodate both old and current Drawing

Formats, General Title Block Tolerance for Two Place Decimal Dimensions of

+ / - 0.25.

For Old Drawing Formats, (still has geometric symbols shown), AAM is

continuing the use of a Trailing Zero for the General Title Block Tolerance for

One Place Decimal Dimensions of + /- 0.5.

For Heat Treat Case Depth, Plating thickness, Material thickness, etc., Trailing

Zeros will be used. AAM Engineering will establish precision.

Nominal Dimensions and Model Feature Sizes

AAM Design Services standard is Limit Dimensioning, with the model made to the

MEAN of the dimensions.

Example:

10.75

will be modeled at 10.50

10.25

will be modeled at 10.50

will be modeled at 10.50

Exceptions:

In Accordance with the Following Industry Standards:

ASME Y14.5M-1994 paragraph 2.2(b) page 24

ASME Y14.5M-1982 paragraph 2.2(b) page 20

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AAM Design Services Department is reinstating the LIMITED usage of Plus and

Minus Tolerancing. This type of dimensioning is to be used ONLY when required

by:

 

Customer Requirements or Standards

Material Thickness call-outs, (for new parts only).

Examples:

 

10.4 + 0.03 -0.50 will be modeled at the Target Dimension of 10.4

10.40

+/- 0.25 will be modeled at Target Dimension of 10.4.

Service and Aftermarket drawings will only have the Nominal dimension shown and

carried out 3 decimal places maximum.

Note: Customer Drafting Standards or other requirements may override these

examples.

In Accordance with the following Industry Standards:

ASME Y14.5M-1994 paragraph 2.5 page 25

ASME Y14.5M-1982 paragraph 2.5 page 21

Design Services Department is clarifying the Modeling practices for Single Limit

Dimensions (i.e. MAX or MIN). The model shall be made to the given Min or Max

Dimension.

Example: 10.5 MAX
Example:
10.5 MAX

will be modeled at 10.5.

Rounding Off of Numbers

The following Rules shall be followed in accordance with:

Standard for Use of the International System of Units (SI): The Modern Metric

System IEEE/ASTM SI 10-1997.

Which Replaced ANSI/IEEE 268 that is referenced in ASME Y14.5M-1994

Paragraph 1.6.4 Page 6.

The Rules Apply for Both the Conversion of INCH Drawings to METRIC Drawings

and for the Cad Estimated Mass Note grams to kilograms.

The following is a Copy from IEEE/ASTM SI 10-1997 Paragraph B.6 Page 54.

When rounding to fewer digits than the total number available, proceed as follows:

  • a) If the first digit discarded is less than 5, do not change the last digit retained. For example, 3.46325, if rounded to three digits, would be 3.463; if rounded to two digits,
    3.46.

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  • b) If the first digit discarded is greater than 5, or if it is a 5 followed by at least one digit other than 0, increase the last digit retained by one unit. For example 8.37652, if rounded to three digits, would be 8.377; if rounded to two digits, 8.38.

  • c) If the digit discarded is exactly 5, followed only by zeros, round the last digit retained upward if it is an odd number, but make no adjustment if it is an even number. For example, 4.365, when rounded to two digits, becomes 4.36. The number 4.355 would also round to the same value, 4.36, if rounded to two digits.

When Converting an INCH drawing to METRIC the following Industry Rules Apply. If

the inch dimension is a three place decimal make the metric dimension a two place

decimal. The Rule is to always go one Less Decimal Place.

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Document Revision History

Revision

Level

Description

By

Date

A

Initial Release

RL

6-3-03

B1

Page 8, Added Service and Aftermarket Drawing Information

PT

7-18-03

B2

Page 8, Added Symbols and Abbreviation Definitions

PT

7-18-03

B3

Page 8, Added Revision Balloon Usage

PT

7-18-03

B4

Page 11, Added Welding Symbol Reference

PT

7-18-03

B5

Page 11, Added Surface Texture Symbol Reference

PT

7-18-03

C1

Page 10, Added Service Release Column

PT

7-31-03

C2

Page 12, Added KPC Information

PT

7-31-02

D

Page 8, Revised 3 letter DCX change balloon sizes

RL

1-31-04

E1

Page 4, 3 rd bullet item: Removed “No Cost changes” for

RL

2-24-04

standardized revision records

 

Page 4, Under Revision Block Content: Added standard for

   

chart and general note change descriptions (4 th and 5 th sub

E2

bullet items).

RL

2-24-04

F

Page 13, Added standard for identifying “Reference”

RL

2-8-06

dimensions, part numbers or other information.

G1

Page 8, Added section “Identification Letters” and sub bullets

RL

2-14-06

G2

Page 8, Added “addenda Y14.38a-2002.”

RL

2-14-06

G3

Page 8, Removed “& Used for AND” under Symbols not used

RL

2-14-06

G4

Page 9, Added exceptions to Charted Drawings for Service

RL

2-14-06

G5

Page 12, Added Revision Block Requirements for Service

RL

2-14-06

G6

Page10, Revised Customer Codes

RL

2-14-06

G7

Page 3, Added “Title Block tolerances will be crossed out.”

RL

2-14-06

G8

Page 9, Revised “Notes” section for new inclusions and order

RL

2-14-06

G9

Page 10, added “Chart shall also have a brief description…”

RL

2-14-06

G10

Page 10, 11, 12: Revised examples to show descriptions

RL

2-14-06

G11

Page 2, Added Usage Statement

RL

2-14-06

G12

Page 3, 4,7 and 8, Added Nissan text sizes, weights and heights

RL

2-14-06

G12

Page 3 and 4, Added AAM-2-050 for PreProduction Part

RL

2-14-06

numbers

G13

Page 6, Added Nissan dimension placement

RL

2-14-06

H

Page 15, Added Trailing Zeros for Mat’l, Plating, etc.

RL

3-27-06

J1

Page 3, Added section for Title Block Scale

RL

9-6-06

J2

Page 6, Added section for View Scale

RL

9-6-06

K1

Page 9, Radius of Nissan change balloons was 4.0

RL

10-11-06

K2

Page 15, Added Customer Interface Points section

RL

10-11-06

K3

Page 15, Added KPC block requirement for Nissan

RL

10-11-06

K4

Page 8, Was ASME Y14.100-2000 paragraph 4.26.6(d) page 9

RL

10-11-06

 

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