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Iso 7200

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Iso 7200

ISO 7200, titled Technical product documentation - Data fields in title blocks and document headers, is an international ISO which describes title block formats to be used in technical drawings.[1]

Contents

  • Revisions 1
  • Other ISO standard related to technical drawing 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Revisions

  • ISO 7200:1984
  • ISO 7200:2004

Other ISO standard related to technical drawing

  • ISO 128 for the general principles of presentation in technical drawings
  • ISO 216 for paper sizes

See also

  • List of International Organization for Standardization standards

References

  1. ^ Xun Xu; Andrew Yeh Ching Nee (5 November 2009). Advanced Design and Manufacturing Based on STEP. Springer. p. 358.  
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