Optics and photonics - Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems - Part 19: General description of surfaces and components
|Publication Date:||1 August 2015|
|ICS Code (Optical equipment):||37.020|
|ICS Code (Mechanical engineering drawings):||01.100.20|
ISO 10110 specifies the presentation of design and functional requirements for optical elements and systems in technical drawings used for manufacture and inspection.
This part of ISO 10110 provides a general method of describing surfaces and components. This part of ISO 10110 applies to continuous and discontinuous surfaces. It does not apply to diffractive surfaces, Fresnel surfaces, ophthalmic glasses, and micro-optical surfaces.
This part of ISO 10110 applies to any general surface or component, even including spherical or rotationally symmetric surfaces if it is necessary, i.e. when NURBS, splines, point clouds, etc. are used.
This part of ISO 10110 does not specify the method by which compliance with the specifications is to be tested.