BS8888 DRAWING STANDARDS PDF

The BSI website uses cookies. By continuing to access the site you are agreeing to their use. BS defines the requirements for the technical specification of products and their component parts. Acting as a navigational roadmap to the ISO standards, BS provides information engineers need on a regular basis, including the nuts and bolts of engineering specification. BS brings together all international standards needed to prepare technical product specifications. The standard aims to assist UK industry to use the or more international standards on documentation, specification, and verification.

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The UK was the first country to adopt a national standard for technical drawing. Before the industrial revolution it was common place for workmen to work from prototypes. With the coming of the steam age it became clear that standard parts and components would be required to allow mass manufacture.

Creating these standards became possible in when the blue print process was invented. For the first time many fabricators could work to identical drawings. In the Institutions of Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Naval Architects and the Iron and Steel Institute created a committee, to standardize iron and steel sections for bridges, railways and shipping. It subsequently extended its standardization work and became the British Engineering Standards Association in , adopting the name British Standards Institution in after receiving its Royal Charter in In a revision of the Charter enabled the organization to diversify and acquire other businesses, and the trading name was changed to BSI Group.

It was printed on A5 sheets of paper and third angle projection was used. Over the years BS was updated many times. Read more about Technical drawing Standards. December Paul Munford 2 Comments. Technical Drawing Standards. Setting Out. Paul Munford. Hi Paul, Reviewing the changes to BS ? Site Map Links. Follow Cadsetterout on:. Follow Cadsetterout.

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Technical Drawing standards

The UK was the first country to adopt a national standard for technical drawing. Before the industrial revolution it was common place for workmen to work from prototypes. With the coming of the steam age it became clear that standard parts and components would be required to allow mass manufacture. Creating these standards became possible in when the blue print process was invented. For the first time many fabricators could work to identical drawings. In the Institutions of Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Naval Architects and the Iron and Steel Institute created a committee, to standardize iron and steel sections for bridges, railways and shipping. It subsequently extended its standardization work and became the British Engineering Standards Association in , adopting the name British Standards Institution in after receiving its Royal Charter in

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Drawing standards

BS is the British standard developed by the BSI Group for technical product documentation, geometric product specification, geometric tolerance specification and engineering drawings. BS was formerly the standard for engineering drawing since Over a period of 72 years it was expanded and edited until its withdrawal in The BSI Group , who produced the standard, played an important role in the development of the international standard on technical specification in conjunction with the ISO. In , the BS was replaced by the updated BS A significant change in the revision is that there is no longer a requirement to state whether specifications have been toleranced in accordance with either the Principle of Independency or the Principle of Dependency. This updated version of the standard has been restructured to be more aligned to the workflow of designers and engineers to assist throughout the design process.

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UK's national standard for engineering drawings revised

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