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ASME Y14.5/DRM DVD COMBO (Complete Document)
Revision / Edition: 09 Chg: Date: 2009
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SAVE $175 WHEN YOU ORDER ASME Y14.5 DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING AND THE 11TH EDITION OF THE DRAWING REQUIREMENTS MANUAL (DRM) AS A COMBO PACKAGE.
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The ASME Y14.5/DRM DVD COMBO Includes:

ASME Y14.5:  The ASME Y14.5 Establishes Uniform Practices for Stating and Interpreting Dimensioning, Tolerancing, and Related Requirements for use on Engineering Drawings and in Related Documents.

IHS DRAWING REQUIREMENTS MANUAL (DRM) 11TH EDITION: The Definitive Guide for Developing and Using Drawings and Digital Models as part of a Technical Data Package, Including Commercial and Military Requirements. The DRM has been revised to Reflect how Business is Being Done Today and to Follow Current Trends toward the Future.

The Biggest Change is addressing the Prevalence of CAD Data and Automated Processes as Part of the Design, Inspection, Manufacturing, Assembly Processes, and Updating the Material to Reflect the Prevalence and Many Uses of 3D Solid Models in the Modern Workplace.

The DRM 11th Includes a Completely New Chapter Based on ASME Y14.41-2003 (And Its Derivative ISO 16792:2006), These Standards deal with 3D Solid Modeling, Using Digital Data and Annotated Solid Models as Design Deliverables. The Latest Revision of MIL-DTL-31000 (Revision C) which addresses Digital Data and Using Annotated 3D Solid Models In Product Development, And The Specific Requirements From Mil-Dtl-31000c Are Also Addressed In This New Chapter On 3d Solid Modeling. The New Chapter Includes New Material developed specifically for the DRM, Including an Exclusive Interpretation and Expansion of ASME Y14.41-2003, and Contains Additional Definitions, Techniques, and Real-World Application Guidelines not addressed in ASME Y14.41-2003 or Anywhere Else.

Another Major Change in the 11th Edition of the DRM is to address the Changes in the U.S. Government's Acquisition Reform Policies. A Major Reversal in Government Acquisition Policy was Implemented In 2005. This Reversal has the Potential to Affect Acquisition Contracts Issued by all Branches of the DoD, Other Government Agencies, and all Contractors Working to or Providing Materiel for these Contracts. Extensive Material has been added to the DRM to address these Changes and the Current way Business is done in these Environments. This is a Must-Read for Everyone Involved.

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