Where in the drawing is the right Location of General Notes?
Or where in the drawings is the right place for the BOM?
What when I have both?
Does anybody know?
I personally try to keep most information in the lower right corner near the drawing information, particularly for an larger drawings. That way, the machinist working with the drawing can easily refer to all of the information at once, without the need to unfold any larger drawings. Ultimately, I'd say it's up to you and your company to figure what works best for you. Sometimes if the drawing remains in a digital format, such as PDF, the best place for some things is just wherever you can squeeze it in.
I just found the answer:
Location of General Notes Column. General Notes are located in the upper left hand corner for flatdrawing sizes “B” “C” and “D”. For roll size drawings locate the “General Notes” column two(2) inches (min.) to the left of the “Parts List” (PL) and one to two inches above supplement blocks or borderframe line.
Am I confusing General notes and local notes? I know they have different possitioning in the drawings.
I am not aware of any changes on the standards.
If there is any, I like to know about it, do you mind teaching me?
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