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GENERAL RULES OF DRAWING

1 All drawings shall comply with rules and guidelines for dimensioning and tolerancing given in Section 6. 2 Commercially available components are to be used whenever possible. Catalog number, short description, supplier name, and quantities are to be given on the parts list. 3 Each detail shall be drawn on a separate sheet except for tooling, weldments, and architectural drawings. 4 Each detail is to contain all information needed for fabrication independent of other drawings (with the possible exception of drill-on-assembly techniques). This includes, but is not limited to: (a) Specific materials called for by name, identifying number, and specification. (b) Material hardness and hardness depth. (c) Annealing or stress relieving. (d) Surface finish symbols. (e) Weld symbols with joint sizes and other requirements (See Section 8). (f) Testing specifications, such as pressure tests, vacuum tests, dye penetrant tests, magna-flux tests, radiographic tests, etc. (g) Finish specifications such as painting, plating, etc. (h) Brazing specifications. (i) Calculated weight for heavy components. In special cases add provisions for lifting. (j) Identification of all assemblies with the drawing number. 5 Sub-assemblies, in general, are to be drawn in the same orientation as their assembly. 6 Dimensions given are to be the ones used to fabricate, inspect, and match other parts. 7 Prints are not to leave the Laboratory with pencilled or penned markings. Drawings are to be revised to reflect such markings. See Section S on Drawings Numbers and Revisions. 8 All drawings are to be brought up to date and revisions noted in the revision block

9 Reasonable simplified drafting practices shall be used. Repetition, excessive use of hidden lines, unnecessary views, shading, and overuse of section lines are to be avoided. 10 The term "TYP" shall not be used. The number of specific places must be noted. The "X" is a full character height or upper case. (Example: 2X). 11 The use of multiple sheet drawings should be avoided if possible. If multiple sheet drawings must be used they must all have the same log number and document number listed in title blocks. All sheets must have the same title listed in title blocks, since DCC can enter only one (1) in the database. All sheets must be of the same size and scale. When revising multiple sheet drawings, the revision levels (i.e., the last two (2) digits of the log number and document number) must be updated on all sheets. 12 All dimension, text, notes will be in capital letters, block form, and aligned horizontally with the drawing title block. The exception is for art work, labels, and logos that are specified on a drawing. 13 All dimensions shall be decimal values. The use of fractions is to be avoided. The exception is in the identifier for thread sizes, both fraction and decimal values are acceptable. 14 No symbols are to be used unless otherwise approved. Only acceptable APS abbreviations are allowed. 15 All characters height will be .13. All sectionals, views, and identifiers text will be .25 in height and may be in BOLD characters. 16 All title block titles will reflect the W.B. S. titles description on the first four (4) or less of the title block.