Industrial automation systems and integration — Product data representation and exchange — Part 238: Application protocol: Application interpreted model for computerized numerical controllers
|Publication Date:||1 May 2007|
|ICS Code (Industrial process measurement and control):||25.040.40|
This part of ISO 10303 specifies the use of the integrated resources necessary for the scope and information requirements for manufacturing using numerical controlled machining and associated processes, including the scope and information requirements defined by the ISO 14649 data model for computerized numerical controllers.
NOTE 1 The application activity model in Annex F provides a graphical representation of the processes and information flows that are the basis for the definition of the scope of this part of ISO 10303.
NOTE 2 This part of ISO 10303 is a member of the "STEP
Manufacturing Suite" of ISO 10303 application protocols, which
cover a wide range of information associated with the manufacture
of a product, such as the input to process planning (ISO 10303-224
), the output from macro-process planning (ISO 10303-240 ),
The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 10303:
- mechanical parts for manufacturing;
- manufacturing process descriptions, including manufacturing operations, sequences of operations, and associated information as defined in ISO 14649;
NOTE 3 The ISO 14649 documents available at the time of
publication cover milling, drilling, and turning processes (ISO
14649-11 and ISO 14649-12). Future editions of this part of ISO
10303 might include additional numerically-controll
- the AS-IS and TO-BE shapes of a mechanical part;
- manufacturing features of a part;
- manufacturing tolerance requirements of a part;
- tool requirements for machining operations;
- tool paths for machining operations;
- manufacture of mechanical products using manufacturing processes defined in ISO 14649;
- manufacturing product discipline view.
The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO 10303:
- composite material parts;
- description of manufacturing activities not related to automatic execution by a computerized numerical controller;
NOTE 4 This includes activities such as factory capacity planning and scheduling.
- a catalogue of machines available on a factory floor;
- a catalogue of tools available in a machine tool magazine;
- design features of a part;
- manufacturing preplanning activities;
- product discipline views other than manufacturing.