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GMNA - GM6180M

Surface Condition Requirements – Steel and Aluminum Sheet

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Organization: GMNA
Publication Date: 1 January 2013
Status: inactive
Page Count: 4
scope:

This standard covers the surface condition requirements for aluminum and steel sheet normally used for automobile and truck Bodies in White (BIW). This standard does not include any other requirements normally specified in GMNA or GMW specifications for aluminum, cold rolled steel, or hot rolled steel.

Material Description. Not applicable.

Cross-Reference of Replaced Specifications. Not applicable.

Symbol. Not applicable.

Typical Application. Not applicable.

Remarks. Not applicable.

Document History

GM6180M
January 1, 2013
Surface Condition Requirements – Steel and Aluminum Sheet
This standard covers the surface condition requirements for aluminum and steel sheet normally used for automobile and truck Bodies in White (BIW). This standard does not include any other...
March 1, 2007
Surface Condition Requirements - Steel and Aluminum Sheet
This standard covers the surface condition requirements for aluminum and steel sheet normally used for automobile and truck Bodies in White (BIW). This standard does not include any other...
October 1, 2000
Surface Condition Requirements - Steel and Aluminum Sheet
1 Scope This standard covers the surface condition require-ments for aluminum and steel sheet normally used for automobile and truck bodies. This standard does not include any other requirements...
January 1, 1991
Surface Texture - Steel Sheet and Strip
1 SCOPE. This standard covers the basic requirements for surface texture of steel sheet and strip normally used for automobile and truck bodies, fender, hoods, etc., that specify Class I (formerly...

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