4.3 Appraisal drawing . we would have a KPC symbol for safety and it would signify safety and regulations. If it is necessary due toclarity, the critical features may also be stated on a separate appraisal drawing. May be added to a drawing in a note form or Thus, the remaining area ("drawing area" per UDS terminology) is the space available after the margins and title block are applied to a drawing sheet regardless of size. Engineering drawing abbreviations and symbols are used to communicate and detail the characteristics of an engineering drawing. Special surface characteristics are shown here. This one is used when all the surfaces are to be machined to the same surface texture. Major Characteristic: Any attribute that if fails, could cause mission failure (or failure of the product). GD&T Symbol: Relative to Datum: Yes MMC or LMC applicable: No Drawing Callout: Description: Concentricity, sometimes called coaxially, is a tolerance that controls the central axis of the referenced feature, to a datum axis. We want to only display our symbol on the FMEA 's / Control Plans and have a diagram on display showing the employees how the various symbols realte to eachother. Drawings, that do not show any features that have to be observed particularly, do not obtain any remark. The specification you want is DOD-STD-2101. In this stage the Team, lead by the Manufacturing The axes for the datum and referenced feature are derived from the median points of the part or feature. e.g. Key Characteristics n the last decade, manufacturing org a n i z a t i o n s have seen the need to reduce variation in their manufacturing processes because variation gener-ates cost through rework, re p a i r , and customer dissatis-faction. Critical Characteristic: Any attribute that if fails, could cause serious injury, damage, or harm. This list includes abbreviations common to the vocabulary of people who work with engineering drawings in the manufacture and inspection of parts and assemblies. To cut variation and manufacturing costs, focus on key characteristics. Location of symbols on a drawing These symbols show maximum and minimum roughness values. 4.2 Examples for drawing specifications . AS9100 Rev C mentions Key Characteristics several times. The Meaning of Symbols: 197: Figure 8.2 Examples of typical door and window symbols shown in both plan (as it may appear on a blueprint) and in pictorial form.Reading working drawings necessitates the ability to read, and understand and visualize the various symbols. The sheet sizes most commonly used in the U.S. are the "D" (24 by 36 inches), "E" (36 by 48 inches), and "F" (30 by 42 inches). 50± 0,05 (#1) Crack test (#2) (#1) (#2) Ø 10 H7 (#3) (#4) 0.5 iii DESCRIPTION OF REVISION This revision, which supersedes the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) Standard X-673-64-1E, Engineering Drawing Standards Manual, is intended to update and reflect the latest formats and standards adopted by GSFC. May be added to a drawing in a note form or inserted into the title block. Alongside that I want to have the different customers symbols relating to safety. Attribute characteristics are selected by the type of attribute, and may fall into the following categories as defined above and are released into GPDS, MPP and/or on the part drawing (with an AQC symbol): • Confirmation • Product Traceability 3.3 Stage 2 - Controls and Process Selection. Minor Characteristic: Any attribute that requires special inspection techniques. 9103A Definition: The feature of a material or part whose variation has a significant influence on product fit, performance, service life or manufacturability.