Technical Drawings - Conventional Representation of Gears
|Publication Date:||1 January 1973|
|ICS Code (Gears):||21.200|
|ICS Code (Mechanical engineering drawings):||01.100.20|
SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION
This International Standard establishes the conventional representation of the toothed portion of gears including worm gearing and chain wheels. It is applicable to detail drawings and assembly drawings.
As a fundamental principle a gear is represented (except in axial section) as a solid part without teeth, but with the addition of the pitch surface in a thin long chain line.
NOTE - For uniformity all figures in this International Standard are in first angle projection (Method E). It should be understood that the third angle projection (Method A) could equally well have been used without prejudice to the principles established.