This part of ISO specifies application rules and basic conventions for the types of lines on shipbuilding drawings. Your Alert Profile lists the documents that will be monitored. If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time.
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ISO is an international standard ISO , about the general principles of presentation in technical drawings , specifically the graphical representation of objects on technical drawings. Since the ISO standard contains fifteen parts, which were initiated between and It starts with a summary of the general rules for the execution and structure of technical drawings. Further it describes basic conventions for lines , views , cuts and sections , and different types of engineering drawings , such as those for mechanical engineering, architecture, civil engineering, and shipbuilding. It is applicable to both manual and computer-based drawings, but it is not applicable to three-dimensional CAD models. The ISO replaced the previous DIN 6 standard for drawings, projections and views, which was first published in and updated in and
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