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Sorry for lousy typing...
I did a seach of the forum, but didn't find what I thought I remembered.
I seem to recall that you or someone cited an ASME spec for documents authored using 3D CAD tools.
In the thread you or someone stated the an isometric front view and an isometric rear view were included and labeled...not that that is relavent to my needs.
My team here needs all the help that they can get as they migrate from 2D to SW.
ASME Y14.41-2003, Digital Product Definition Data Practices
Anna is correct if all you want or need is "the" ASME specification pertaining to 3D only.
However, just because you are moving from a 2D environment to a 3D, you may still will need to produce 2D drawings or documents, therefore, you will need more from the ASME " Y14" Series:
The following are basic Y14 standards:
ASME Y14.1- Drawing sheet size and format
ASME Y14.1M- metric sheet size and format
ASME Y14.100- Engineering drawing and practices
ASME Y14.2- Line conventions and lettering
ASME Y14.3- Multi-view and sectional view drawings
ASME Y14.4- Pictorial drawings
ASME Y14.5- Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ASME Y14.24- Types and applications of Engineering drawings
ASME Y14.34- Associated lists
ASME Y14.35- Drawing revisions
ASME Y14.38- Abbreviations
ASME Y14.41- Digital product definition drawing practices
ASME Y14.42- Electronic approval systems
The following are Y14 specialty standards:
ASME Y14.6- Screw threads
ASME Y14.7- Gears and Splines
ASME Y14.8- Casting and Forgings
ASME Y14.13- Springs
ASME Y14.18- Drawings for optical parts
ASME Y14.31- Undimensioned drawings
ASME Y14.32- Ground Vehicle drawing practices
ASME Y14.36- Surface texture symbols
ASME Y14.37- Composite part drawings
ASME Y14.40-Graphic symbols
ASME Y14.43- Dimensioning and tolerancing of functional gages
ASME Y14.44- Reference designations
Thanks a million.