Industrial automation systems and integration Product data representation and exchange Part 224: Application protocol: Mechanical product definition for process planning using machining feature
|Publication Date:||15 August 2006|
|ICS Code (Industrial process measurement and control):||25.040.40|
This part of ISO 10303 specifies the information requirements for the representation and exchange of information needed to define the product data which is necessary in the manufacturing of a single piece or assembly of mechanical parts. It also specifies the integrated resources necessary to satisfy these requirements. The product data is based on existing part designs whose shapes are represented by machining features. This part of ISO 10303 supports digital representation for computer integrated manufacturing.
NOTE 1 The application activity model in Annex F provides a graphical representation of the process and information flows which form the basis for the definition of the scope of this part of ISO 10303.
The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 10303:
- the manufacture of a single piece mechanical part, and assemblies of single piece parts for manufacturing purposes;
- parts that are to be manufactured by either milling or turning processes;
-machining features for defining shapes necessary for manufacturing;
NOTE 2 The machining feature set is defined in this part of ISO 10303.
- explicit representation of the 3D shape of machining features through bounded geometry representations;
- implicit representation of machining features through selection of standard parameters;
- machining feature definition elements necessary for creating machining form features;
- customer order administrative data to track receipt of an order for a part to the shop floor, but not including tracking of the order on the shop floor;
- approval data to authorize the manufacture of a part;
- requisition administrative data to identify requirements and track the status of materials and equipment needed to manufacture a part;
- work order data to track and identify the status of a part;
- tracking the state of raw stock for documenting the manufacturing history of a part;
- tracking a design exception notice of a part.
NOTE 3 The design exception notice relates to discrepancies in the machining features used to describe a part's shape. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO 10303:
- results from process planning functions
- exchange of data within process planning systems;
- feature order or sequence;
- representation of assemblies for design or bill of materials;
- representation of composite material parts;
- representation of sheet metal parts;
- representation of part pedigree;
- design features of a part;
- schedule for completing a work order through the manufacturing process;
- configuration control for a part.