This standard Part 6 specifies the general requirements for computer-aided design and draughting CADD lettering to be used in technical product documentation in particular on technical drawings. It includes basic conventions as well as rules for the application of CAD lettering using the techniquesof numerically controlled lettering and draughting systems. In this adopted standard, certain terminology and conventions are not identical to thoseused in Indian Standards. In this adopted standard, reference appears to certain International Standards for which Indian Standardsalso exist. It includes basic conventions as well as rules for the application of CAD lettering using the techniques of numericallycontrolled lettering and draughting systems.
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DIN EN ISO 3098-5
List of International Organization for Standardization standards
ISO 3098-5 (1997).pdf