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ASME AED-1-2018 pdf free.Aerospace and Advanced Engineering Drawings.
1.2.10 UnLess Otherwise Specified. The phrase “unless otherwise specified” (UOS) is used to indicate a default requirement. The phrase is used when the default is a generally applied requirement and an exception may be provided by another document or requirement.
1.3 Reference to This Standard
When drawings or data sets are based on this Standard, this fact shall be noted on the drawing or in the data set. A note similar to the following shall be added: “THIS DRAWING SHALL BE INTERPRETED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASME Y14.100-2017 EXCEPT AS AMENDED BY ASME AED-1–2018.”
When this Standard in its entirety is not required, specific tailoring may be accomplished in a company interpretation document, drawing note, etc.
The following revisions of American National Standards form a part of this Standard to the extent specified herein. A more recent revision may be used, provided there is no conflict with the text of this Standard. In the event of a conflict between the text of this Standard and the references cited herein, the text of this Standard shall take precedence.
ASME Y14.2-2014, Line Conventions and Lettering
ASME Y14.5-2009, Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ASM E Y14.100-2017, Engineering Drawing Practices
Publisher: The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Two Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016-5990 (www.asme.org)
3.1 BLend blend: a transition between adjacent surfaces intended to reduce abrupt changes in the topography.
3.2 BLind HoLe blind hole: a hole with a bottom internal to the material.
3.3 Corner corner: the projected intersection of two surfaces, flat or curved, where the angle of included space is less than 180 deg.See Figure 3-1.
3.4 Datum, Aggregate datum, aggregate: a datum established from an assembly of parts where multiple features on multiple parts act together to create a single datum point, line, axis, or plane.
3.5 Edge edge: the projected intersection of two surfaces, flat or curved, where the angle of included material is less than 180 deg. See Figure 3-2.
3.6 FiLLet fillet: a radius applied to a corner of a part.
3.7 PiLot HoLe pilot hole: an undersized hole used to facilitate manufacturing or other processing.ASME AED-1 pdf download.

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