MANAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION IN THE CONTEXT OF GPS STANDARDS CHANGES
Continuously growing requirements in field of manufacturing machine parts enforce more and more precise (detailed) specification of these requirements. In standards in Geometrical Product Specification (GPS) field (for instance ISO 1101, ISO 14405) many additional tools appeared, especially new, so-called modifiers. Basic technique for verification of workpieces geometry is coordinate measuring technique (CMT). New GPS tools take into account essence of coordinate measurement and also possibilities of CMT and therefore this tools allow to specify many elements of measurement strategy. Important problem appears at management of technical documentation level– previously made drawings (or CAD models) should be continuously modified. In particular, it is necessary to complete documentation with strategy of measurements for most important elements.
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ISO 1660:2017 GPS - Geometrical tolerancing - Profile tolerancing
ISO 1938-1:2015 GPS - Dimensional measuring equipment Part 1: Plain limit gauges of linear size
ISO 2692:2014 GPS - Geometrical tolerancing - Maximum material requirement (MMR), least material requirement (LMR) and reciprocity requirement (RPR)
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