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3 October 2022 Using ISO environmental standards in an ISO 10110 format drawing
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The International drawing standard, ISO 10110, is gaining momentum globally, enabling a broader accessibility between designers and fabricators. Additional ISO standards for optics and photonics are available for requirements beyond the basic notation used for specifying optical element properties and dimensions. For example, a designer will also want to specify environmental conditions for optical coatings or conditions for the entire optical system. The notation used for these requirements are not included in the ISO 10110 series, but they follow a similar coded notation. Specifying these tests may be an additional advantage for many companies in the United States who wish to utilize ISO 10110 for their drawings. Understanding how to specify these tests allows a smooth transition in moving from drawings typically specified in the classic ASME/ANSI Y14.18M standard to a single international standard system.
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Eric Herman and David M. Aikens "Using ISO environmental standards in an ISO 10110 format drawing", Proc. SPIE 12221, Optical Manufacturing and Testing XIV, 122210A (3 October 2022);
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