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AENOR - UNE 100102 - SHEET METAL DUCTS. THICKNESSES. JOINTS. REINFORCINGS. Organization: AENOR
Date: 1988-07-12
SAE-ITC - SAE ITC RS701 - RECOMMENDED THICKNESSES FOR SHEET METAL IN THE METRIC SERIES - EDITION 2; FORMERLY ADS RS701 Organization: SAE-ITC
Date: 1970-06-30
DIN 49656-4 - LAMPHOLDER; PUSH-THROUGH LAMPHOLDER G13 FOR THE MOUNTING ON SHEET METAL WITH A THICKNESS OF 0,5 TO 1,0 MM Organization: DIN
Date: 1983-01-01
DIN 49656-5 - LAMPHOLDER; PUSH-IN LAMPHOLDER G13 FOR THE MOUNTING ON SHEET METAL WITH A THICKNESS OF 0,5 TO 1,0 MM Organization: DIN
Date: 1983-01-01
DIN 50101-2 - TESTING OF METALS; ERICHSEN CUPPING TEST ON SHEET AND STRIP METAL HAVING A WIDTH OF ≥ 90 MM; THICKNESS RANGE: OVER 2 MM UP TO 3 MM Organization: DIN
Date: 1979-09-01
DIN 50101-1 - TESTING OF METALS; ERICHSEN CUPPING TEST ON SHEET AND STRIP METAL HAVING A WIDTH OF ≥ 90 MM; THICKNESS RANGE: 0,2 MM TO 2 MM Organization: DIN
Date: 1979-09-01
DIN 50101-1 - TESTING OF METALS; ERICHSEN CUPPING TEST ON SHEET AND STRIP METAL HAVING A WIDTH OF ≥ 90 MM; THICKNESS RANGE: 0,2 MM TO 2 MM Organization: DIN
Date: 1979-09-01
DIN 50101-2 - TESTING OF METALS; ERICHSEN CUPPING TEST ON SHEET AND STRIP METAL HAVING A WIDTH OF ≥ 90 MM; THICKNESS RANGE: OVER 2 MM UP TO 3 MM Organization: DIN
Date: 1979-09-01
BIS - IS 10175: PART 1 - MECHANICAL TESTING OF METALS -MODIFIED ERICHSEN CUPPING TEST - SHEET AND STRIP PT 1 THICKNESS UPTO 2 MM Organization: BIS
Date: 1993-01-01
SAE J1058 - STANDARD SHEET STEEL THICKNESS AND TOLERANCES Organization: SAE
Date: 1999-12-01
Description: Producers or distributors must be consulted to determine availability of a particular thickness for a given metal product.
AWS D9.1M/D9.1 - SHEET METAL WELDING CODE - 6TH EDITION Organization: AWS
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: General applications of this code are in the following industrial areas: (1) Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems (2) Food processing equipment (3) Architectural sheet metal and similar applications (4) Other nonstructural sheet metal applications This code covers sheet metal thicknesses up to and including 6.07 mm [0.239 in]. Also covered are the attachment of accessories and components of the system, and joining or attachment of any member, regardless of thickness, whose sole purpose is stiffening, supporting, or reinforcing the sheet metal.
ASME - ANSI B32.1 - PREFERRED THICKNESSES FOR UNCOATED THIN FLAT METALS (UNDER 0.025 IN.) Organization: ASME
Date: 1952-01-01
Description: This special committee recommended that The American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Society of Automotive Engineers be appointed joint sponsors for the project, and that the scope of the work cover the standardization of a method of designating the diameter of metal and metal alloy wire, the thickness of metals and metal alloys in sheet, plate, and strip form, and the wall thickness of tubing, piping, and casing made of these materials; and the establishment of a standard series, or a number of standard series, of nominal sizes.
DELPHI-I - DELPHI DX280500 - MILL OIL - CORROSION PREVENTIVE FOR SHEET METAL Organization: DELPHI-I
Date: 2000-08-30
Description: This specification DX280500 details the requirements of mill oil formulations that must be compatible with current production processes and paint systems used to protect sheet metal surfaces against corrosion and stains. Steel mills and processors must apply these materials at a coating weight of no more than 5.4 g/m2 (500 mg/ft2).
SAE R-321 - MECHANICS MODELING OF SHEET METAL FORMING - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2007-04-10
Description: Preface Beverage cans and many parts in aircraft, appliances, and automobiles are made of thin sheet metals formed by stamping operations at room temperature. Thus, sheet metal forming processes play an important role in mass production.
ASTM SHEETMETAL - MECHANICS MODELING OF SHEET METAL FORMING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: Preface Beverage cans and many parts in aircraft, appliances, and automobiles are made of thin sheet metals formed by stamping operations at room temperature. Thus, sheet metal forming processes play an important role in mass production.
GMNA - GM7M - LONG TERNE SHEET STEEL - ISSUE 2; DO NOT USE ON NEW PROGRAMS; NO REPLACEMENT Organization: GMNA
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: More specific definition of the base metal (coil or cut length; commercial quality, drawing quality or drawing quality special killed; thickness; dimensional tolerances; etc) is intended to be specified by supplement to each specification.
GMW2 - LOW CARBON SHEET STEEL - ISSUE 8; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: Continuously hot or cold rolled flat products shall be supplied as coils or sheet. Hot rolled flat products are usually supplied in thicknesses > 1.75 mm. These flat products are used for cold forming and for manufacturing of welded tubes.
GMW2 (J) - LOW CARBON SHEET STEEL - JAPANESE/ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2004-04-01
Description: Continuously hot or cold rolled flat products shall be supplied as coils or sheet. Hot rolled flat products are usually supplied in thicknesses > 1.75 mm. These flat products are used for cold forming and for manufacturing of welded tubes.
SAE/TP - 2006-01-2388 - PREDICTION OF VARIATION IN DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCE DUE TO SHEET METAL HYDROFORMING USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2006-08-29
Description: Sheet metal with pre-drilled holes was evaluated for a bending operation using a hydroforming technique. Sheet metal with a variety of thicknesses, bending radii, and bending angles was evaluated.
TSE - TS EN 10143 - CONTINUOUSLY HOT-DIP METAL COATED STEELS STRIP AND SHEET – TOLERANCES ON DIMENSIONS AND SHAPE Organization: TSE
Date: 2004-04-06
Description: This standard specifies requirements for the tolerances on the dimensions and shape of continously hot dip metal coated flat products (strip of all widths and sheet or lengths cut from it) with a thickness equal or less than 3,0 mm of low carbon steels for cold forming and of structural steels.

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