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AUSTRALIANDEFENCESTANDARD

ENGINEERING

DEF(AUST)50858

DRAWING

- ACQUISITION

AND

FOR DEFENCE

EQUIPMENTS;

STANDARD

PREPARATION

PART

1 - ACQUISITION

REQUIREMENTS

JANUARY,

1994

Prepared by the Standardisation Committee under the authority of the Defence Industry Committee, Department of Defence.

of the Defence Industry Committee, Department of Defence. Specific inquiries regarding the application contracts or to

Specific inquiries regarding the application

contracts

or to the Quality Assurance Authority

of

this

Standard

to

Requests

for

should

be addressed

to the Ordering

named

Authority

in the contract,

named

in the Request

as appropriate.

Tender

or

for Tender

This

Standard

PART

1 of

this

is mandatory

for

use

Standard

supersedes

by the

Navy,

Army and Air Force.

DEF(AUST)5085A

PART 1.

This

(hereafter referred to as PART l), deals with the acquisition

DEF(AUST)50856 PART 2, (hereafter referred to as PART 2), deals with the preparation of drawings, and is based on MIL-STD-100.

PART 1

Standard

is divided

into two

PARTS to facilitate

its easy use. DEF(AUST)5085B

of engineering

drawings;

and

its easy use. DEF(AUST)5085B of engineering drawings; and INTERNATIONAL STANDARDISATION This document takes cognizance
its easy use. DEF(AUST)5085B of engineering drawings; and INTERNATIONAL STANDARDISATION This document takes cognizance

INTERNATIONAL

STANDARDISATION

This document takes cognizance

work

done

by

the

ABCA

Navy,

of US Military

Army

and

Air

Specification

MIL-STD-100,

Force

activities

in

respect

and also

of the

to

engineering

drawing practices

i.e. Navy

Field

2, Army

QWG-ES and Air Force ASCC WP 104. Therefore

when revision of this document

is being

undertaken,

care

should

be taken

to ensure

that

care should be taken to ensure that the degree of international standardisation that it affords
care should be taken to ensure that the degree of international standardisation that it affords

the degree of international

standardisation

that

it affords

is not

lost.

1 NSC

DRPR

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DEF(AUST)

PART

1

50858

 

TABLE

OF CONTENTS

PARAGRAPH

SUBJECT

PAGE

  TABLE OF CONTENTS PARAGRAPH SUBJECT PAGE 1. SCOPE . 1.1 G e n e r

1. SCOPE

.

1.1

General

1.2

Application

 

1.3

Classification

2.

APPLICABLE

DOCUMENTS

3.

DEFINITIONS

4.

REQUIREMENTS

 

4.1

General

4.2

Existing

Drawings

4.3

Levels

4.3.1

Level

1, Conceptual

and Developmental

Design

4.3.2

Level

2, Production

Prototype

and

Limited

Production

4.3.3

Level

3, Production

4.4

Types

and Numbers

of Drawings

4.5

Items

Covered

by Existing

Specifications

and Standards

4.6

Reference

Documents

 

4.7

Clarity

and Legibility

4.8

Security

Classification

4.8.1

Drawings

 

4.8.2

ApertureCard

4.8.3

Microfiche

4.8.4

Roll

Microfilm

4.8.5

Magnetic

Tape

 

4.9

Identification

of Rights

to Data

4.10

Marking

of Drawings

4.11

Validation

and Checking

 

lO

12

12

4

4

4

4

6

9

9

9

IO

10

IO

11

11

11

11

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

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SUBJECT

 

4.12

Acceptance

Inspection

4.12.1

Responsibility

for Inspection

 

4.12.2

Quantitative

Drawing

Requirements

5.

QUALITY

ASSURANCE

PROVISIONS

6.

PREPARATION

FOR

DELIVERY

6.1

Delivery

6.2

Marking

6.3

Waterproofing

 

6.4

Transparencies

6.5

Prints

6.6

Microfilm

6.6.1

Primary

Packaging

6.6.2

Outer

Container

6.6.3

Fastening

 

6.7

MagneticTapes

6.7.1

Primary

Packaging

6.7.2

Outer

Container

6.8

Magnetic

and Optical

Disks/Diskettes

7.

NOTES

7.1

IntendedUse

7.2

OtherUses

16

7.3

Tailoring

of Drawings

7.4

Drawings

Supplied

in Digital

Form

7.5

Nomination

of Quality

Assurance

Authority

7.6

Inquiries

TABLE

I

Procurement

Requirements

- Guide

to Tailoring

for Levels

.

.

.

.

.

.

 

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13

13

14

14

 

14

14

 

14

14

 

15

15

 

15

15

15

15

15

15

16

16

 

16

 

17

17

17

 

17

18-23

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DEF(AUST)

50858

PART

1

1.

SCOPE

 

1.1

General. This Standard prescribes requirements for the acquisition of drawings and

associated lists, henceforth materiel.

referred

to as drawings,

to support

Department

of Defence

1.2

Application.

The

requirements

are applicable

to drawings

regardless

of their

method

of preparation.

 

1.3

Classification.

The

drawings

will be acquired

in one

or more

of the following

levels.

LEVEL

1

-

Conceptual

and

Developmental

Design

LEVEL

2

Production

Prototype

and Limited

Production

LEVEL

3

Production

1.3.1

Levels

1, 2

and

3 provide

for a natural

progression

of a design

from

its inception

to

production.

Combination

of Levels

may

be specified

in the contract

or order.

Levels may be specified in the contract or order. 2 . APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS 2 . 1

2.

APPLICABLE

DOCUMENTS

2.1

Reference

may be necessary

to the latest

issue

of the following

documents:

to the latest issue of the following documents: DEF(AUST)605 Preferred Order of Precedence for
to the latest issue of the following documents: DEF(AUST)605 Preferred Order of Precedence for

DEF(AUST)605

Preferred

Order

of Precedence

for Standards

DEF(AUST)5085

Engineering

Drawing

- Acquisition

and Preparation

for Defence

PART

2

Equipment

- Preparation

Requirements

Australian

Department

of Defence

 

DEF(AUST)

1000

Requirements

for Packaging

Stores

for the Services

- Marking

.

PART

5

of Packages

DEF(AUST)5620

Boxes

and Sheet,

Fibreboard,

General

Purpose:

Specification

 

and Standard

Size

Ranges

for 1100

mm Pallet

DEFPUR

101

Draft

Structure

& Content

of a Request

for Tender

including

(Version

43)

Draft Conditions

of Contract

 

Standards Australia

 

AS 1057

 

Terms

Used

in Quality

Control

AS 1203

Microfilming

of Engineering

Documents

(35 mm)

AS

1599

Pressure

Sensitive

Adhesive

Packaging

Tapes

AS 3636.1

Exchangeable

Disks

AS 3636.2

Magnetic

Tape

on Spools

AS 3636.3

Flexible

Disk Cartridges

(Diskettes)

AS 3636.4

-

Magnetic

Tape

Cartridges

and Cassettes

AS 3643.1

Computer

Graphics

- IGES

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DEF(AUST)

50858

 

PART

1

AS 3643.2

-

Two

Dimensional

Drawings

for Architecture,

Engineering

and

Construction

US Military Standards

MIL-STD-100

-

Engineering

Drawing

Practices

MIL-STD-1840

-

Automated

Interchange

of Technical

Information

MIL-D-28000

-

Digital Representation

for Communication

of Product

Data -

 

IGES Application

Subsets

MIL-R-28002

-

Raster

Graphics

Representation

in Binary

Format,

 

Requirements

for

MIL-T-31000

-

Technical

Data Packages,

General

Specification

 

Australian

Defence

Cataioguing

Handbooks

 

‘66-H4-1

-

Defence Cataloguing

Codes

for Manufacturers

(DCCM):

 

Manufacturer’s

Name

to DCCM

66-H4-2

-

Defence

Cataloguing

Code for Manufacturers:

DCCM

to

 

Manufacturer’s

Name

66-H6

-

Australian

Item Name

Directory

for Supply

Cataloguing

US Military Cataloguing

Handbooks

“H4-1

-

Commercial

and Government

Entity

(CAGE)

- Name to Code

 

(used

by the

United

States

and Canada)

 

“H4-2

-

Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) - Code to Name (used by the United States and Canada)

H4-3

-

NATO Supply

Code for Manufacturers

(Excluding

United

 

States

and Canada):

Manufacturer’s

Name to NSCM

and

NSCM

to Manufacturer’s

Name

Ii6

-

Federal

Item Name

Directory

for Supply

Cataloguing

(FIND)

NOTE 1:

The Defence Cataloguing Code for Manufacturers (DCCM) is a five character code used to identify design authorities and sources of manufacture of Defence related equipment. The system is internationally supported by over 30 countries and the following abbreviations refer to the identical registered codes:

a. DCCM - Defence Cataloguing Code for Manufacturers - (term used for all codes co-ordinated by Australia);

b. CIN - Code Identification

Number

- (Originally

States and Canada) CAGE now used;

used

by the United

C. FSCM - Federal Supply Code for Manufacturers - (term previously used by United States and Canada) CAGE now used:

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d.

NSCM

- NATO

Supply

Code

for Manufacturers

- (term

used

for

 

codes co-ordinated

through

NATO

headquarters

in Brussels).

 

NOTE

2:

Cataloguing handbooks are being converted to microfiche. Those already converted and available only in microfiche form are marked *. Those

 

available in hard copy and microfiche

form

are marked

7

Microfiche

form

handbooks are suitable for use on 48:l microfiche readers.

 
 

NOTE 3:

Handbooks with the prefix “66” are published

by the Australian

 

Codification and Standardisation

Authority

(CSA)

to extend

or modify

the

contents of the other listed handbooks. To this extent and in accordance

with instructions that

may be issued

from

time to time

by the CSA,

entries

in the “66” series handbooks listed.

of

handbooks

take precedence

over

entries

in the other

3.

DEFINITIONS

 

3.1

For the purposes

of this

Standard

the following

definitions

shall apply:

 

Accessory.

A mechanism

or device

employed

in conjunction

with

a major

part of

equipment

or

or installed

as part

of a system.

A specially

Altered Item. One which, prior to the alteration, is taken from existing government stock or procured from a vendor and altered to meet design requirements.

manufactured

part used

to maintain

a particular

end product.

.

Approved

Item

Name.

Approved

item

names

appear

in the Australian

Item Name

Directory

for Supply

Cataloguing

- Handbook

66-H6

Assembly.

Unit of equipment

consisting

of a number

of sub- assemblies

and:or

 

parts.

Associated

List.

product depicted

A tabulation

of pertinent

engineering

information

pertaining

to

a

on a drawing

or

on a set of drawings.

 

Attachment. A part, sub-assembly

or assembly

designed

for use in conjunction

with

another

or varying the basic function of the assembly, unit or set. (Examples: Hoisting attachment on a trunk, milling attachment for a lathe).

assembly

or a unit or set, contributing

to the effectiveness

thereof

or extending

Bulk Materials.

wax,

thread,

solder,

twine

Those

necessary

constituents

fluid,

grease,

the quantity

of an assembly

powdered

or part such

flux,

as oil,

welding

pre-determinable;

cement,

ink, damping

for which

graphite.

rod,

and chain

required

is not readily

or if knowing

the quantity,

the physical

nature

of the material

is such

that

It is

not

adaptable

to depiction

on a drawing;

or which

can

be cut to finished

size

by the

use of

such

hand

or bench

tools

as shears,

pliers

and knives,

without

any further

machining

operations

such

clamps,

bulk materials

and are normally

CALS.

Commercial Item. Article of supply readily available from established commercial

distribution

military services have designated

the necessity

terminals,

and the configuration

of pictorial

bolts,

is such

that

it can

be fully

high

described

low-cost

in writing

items

without

as

presentation,

washers,

materials

In addition,

usage,

rivets,

nuts,

sleeving

and wire may be considered

in commercial

channels

as

providing

such

are normally

available

Support.

procured

Aided

which

in bulk

quantities.

Computer

sources,

Acquisition

and Logistic

the Department

of Defence

directly

or inventory

or indirectly

managers

from

such

in the

source.

of Defence directly or inventory or indirectly managers from such in the source. to be obtained

to be obtained

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DEF(AUST) 50858 PART 1

Defence Cataloguing

Code for Manufacturers

(DCCM).

A five character

alpha-numeric code applicable to all activities which have produced or are producing

items used by Australia and other participants in the NATO codification system. It also

applies to specified levels of activities

where design drawings are produced) and to certain systems of-standards, specifications and other documents which control the design of items.

in government

where

design

is controlled

(ie,

Design Approval Authority.

The authority

responsible

for allocating

design

responsibility

and determining

the technical

acceptance

of materiel

intended

for

Service

use.

(Not applicable

to Navy).

Design Authority. An establishment or organisation responsible to the Design Approval Authority for the development of the design or modification and preparation of engineering data for materiel intended for Service use. This Authority may be a Commonwealth or State statutory authority or private contractor.

Development.

The

systematic

use of scientific

knowledge

which

is directed

towards

the production

of, or improvements

in, useful

products

to meet

specific

performance

requirements,

but exclusive

of manufacturing

and production

engineering.

Digital Data.

Data stored

on a computer

system

which

employs

a display

on which

the user

and the computer

interact

to create

entities

for the production

of layouts,

drawtngs,

numerical

control

tapes,

or other

engineering

data.

Document.

Specifications,

drawings,

lists,

standards,

typewritten

or acceptance

or other

information,

relating

to the design,

inspection

of items

or services.

pamphlets,

procurement,

reports

and printed,

test

manufacture,

Drawing (Engineering).

An engineering

document

or digital

data file(s)

that

discloses

combinations

(directly

or by reference),

the physical

of both,

by means

of graphic

or textual

presentations,

and functional

requirements

of an item.

or

End Product (End Item).

completed state.

Engineering Data. Engineering documents such as drawings, associated lists, accompanying documents, manufacturer specifications, and standards, or other information prepared by a design authority and relating to the design, manufacture, procurement, test, or inspection of items or services.

An item,

either

an individual

part or assembly,

in

its final

or

Formulation.

Mixtures

such

as explosives,

fillers,

propellants

and pyrotechnics,

Each

formulation

is discretely

identified.

Formulations

are not to be construed

as “bulk

materials”.

Group. A collection of units, assemblies or sub-assemblies

which

is a subdivision

of

a set or system, but which is not capable of performing a complete operational function. (Examples: Antenna group, indicator group).

Initial Graphics Exchange

Specification

(IGES).

A neutral

file format

for the

representation and transfer of product definition data among CADCAM systems and

application programs (MIL-STD-1840).

Interchangeable Part. When two or more parts possess such functional and physical characteristics as to be equivalent in performance and durability and capable of being exchanged one for the other without alteration of the parts themselves or of adjoining parts except for adjustment, and without selection for fit or performance, the parts are interchangeable.

Item. A non-specific term used to denote any unit, including materials, parts, assemblies, equipment, accessories and attachments.

Level.

Classification

of drawings

as selected

from

paragraph

4.3.

Limited Production.

Production

of only

a few,

as opposed

to quantity

(mass)

production.

t i o n . Production of only a few, as opposed to quantity (mass) production.

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Manufacturer.

An individual,

company,

corporation,

firm or Government

activity

who:

a. controls

the

production

of

an

item:

or

b. produces

an item

from

crude

or fabricated

materials;

or

C.

assembles

materials

or

components,

with

or

without

modification,

into

more

 

complex

items.

Matched

matched,

essential.

Non-part

Parts.

Those

parts,

or otherwise

mated,

such

as special

application

and for which

replacement

parts,

which

as a matched

are machine

set

or pair

is

Drawing.

A drawing

that

provides

requirements,

such

as procedures

and

instructions applicable to a part, when it is not convenient to include this information on the applicable part drawing.

Original Drawing.

A drawing

or “Marked”

copy

thereof

on which

is kept the revision

record

recognised

as official

by the design

authority.

Outer Container.

A container

that forms

the outer

or ultimate

receptacle

which

holds,

restrains

or encloses

the items

to be stored

or transported.

The primary

package

may also

be the outer

container.

Part.

Smallest

subdivision

subdivision

in field

of an equipment

which

would

not normally

be subject

to

further

maintenance.

Part Drawing.

A drawing

that defines

a part and assigns

a part or control

number

 

to

identify

its configuration.

Primary Package.

known

as the

unit

package.

It is

the

first

tie, wrap,

or

container

applied

Also to a single

item,

quantity

or group

of items

of a single

stock

number

packaged

to constitute

an identifiable

package.

Production.

The

conversion

of raw materials

into products

and/or

components

thereof, through a series of manufacturing processes. It includes functions of production engineering, quality control, and the determination of resources

requirements.

Products Definition Data. Denotes the totality of data elements required to completely define a product. Product definition data includes geometry, topology, relationships, tolerances, attributes and features necessary to completely define a component part or an assembly of parts for the purpose of design, analysis, manufacture, test and inspection. (MIL-D-28000).

Quality

Assurance

@A).

Refer

to AS

1057 for terms

used

in quality

control.

Quality

Control (QC).

Refer to AS

1057 for terms

used

in quality

control.

Replacement

drawing

of the

Drawing.

same

A new original

number.

drawing

drawing

substituted

for the previous

original

Revision.

Revision Authorisatlon.

As used

herein

refers

to any change

to a drawing.

A document

which

authorises

the revision

and is issued

by

the activity

having

the authority

to revise

the drawing.

 

Revision Symbol.

A revision

identifier,

which

may be accompanied

by a suffix

letter,

enclosed

in a geometrical

shape

preferably

an equilateral

triangle.

Set.

A unit

or units

and

necessary

assemblies,

sub-assemblies

and parts

connected

or associated

together

to perform

an operational

function.

(“Set”

is also

used

to

denote a collection

of like

parts

such

as

a “tool

set”,

or

a “set”

of tyres).

(Examples:

Radio receiving

set,

sound

measuring

set, which

includes

such

parts,

assemblies,

and

units

as cable,

microphone

and measuring

instrument:

radar

homing

set.)

parts, assemblies, and units as cable, microphone and measuring instrument: radar homing set.) DOD INTERNAL USE

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Standards.

applications

practices.

Standard, Australian Government.

Government authority.

Standard, Company. A standard that establishes company engineering and technical limitations and applications for items, materials processes, methods, designs and engineering practices.

Standard, National/Industry. A nationally recognised standard intended to establish common technical requirements issued by a non-profit, non-government organisation which conducts standardisation activities.

Sub-assembly. Unit or element of a major assembly, consisting of two or more separate parts assembled together. A sub-assembly consists of parts which are individually replaceable and may itself contain sub-assemblies.

Documents

for parts,

that

establish

engineering

methods,

and technical

designs

developed

limitations

and

materials,

processes,

and engineering

by or for an Australian

A standard

Supplier.

See Vendor.

System.

A combination

of parts,

assemblies

and sets joined

together

to perform

a

4.

specific

system,

Unit. An assembly or any combination of parts, subassemblies and assemblies mounted together normally capable of independent operation in a variety of situations.

(Examples: hydraulic jack, electric motor, electronic power supply, internal combustion

engine,

operational

function

or functions.

(Examples:

piping

system,

refrigeration

air conditioning

system).

electric

generator,

radio

receiver).

m

Validation. The process by which the preparing activity for a document deterrnines that the document reflects accurate and current requirements, including reference to current documents that are clearly and specifically applicable to the document being validated.

Vendor. A source from whom a purchased item is obtained:

this Standard with the term supplier.

used

synonomously

in

REQUIREMENTS

4.1

General

4.1.1

The contract

or order

shall

identify

the level(s)

of drawings

to be acquired

for each

item or group of items for which a requirement

requirements

varies:

to the level(s).

from

TABLE

I appropriate

and include

all tailoring

4.2

Existing Drawings

4.2.1

Drawings prepared before the application of this Standard are acceptable, if they meet the following:

of this Standard are acceptable, if they meet the following: a. they are identified by name

a. they are identified by name and address of design authority, DCCM number (Code Identification Number), drawing nomenclature, drawing number in accordance with PART 2 and contract number (refer paragraph

4.10);

b.

drawing

practices

and symbols

used

(including

the

use of

legendsiexplanations

for non-standard

symbols)

are such

that their

intent

and interpretation

are clear

and unambiguous:

 

C. they provide the necessary design disclosure information for the level of the drawing for which they are furnished:

necessary design disclosure information for the level of the drawing for which they are furnished: DOD

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d.

they

have

clarity

and legibility

in accordance

with

paragraph

4.7; and

 

e .

any digitally prepared drawing complies with the requirements of AS 3643 (IGES), as a minimum, with preference for a compliance with MIL-D-28000 and meets the requirements of (a) to (d) above. Compliance with MIL-STD-1840 is also required for output of digital information.

4.3

Levels

4.3.1

Level

1, Conceptual

and

Developmental

Design.

Drawings

at Level

1 shall,

as

a minimum,

disclose

the

information

sufficient

to enable

the feasibility

of

a

conceptual

design

to be evaluated

as meeting

stated

military

requirements.

These

drawings

may

provide

information

sufficient

to manufacture

hardware

for

experimental

testing

and analytical

evaluation

of the design

to attain

the required

 

performance.

 

4.3.1.1

Drawings

shall

be legible

and

include

those

types

most

amenable

 

to the

mode

of presentation.

Layout

drawings

and combinations

of types

of drawing

may

be

used

to convey

the

concept.

Unless

specified

in

the

contract

the

requirements

of PART

2

do

not

apply.

 

4.3.2

Level 2, Production

Prototype

and

Limited

Production.

Drawings

at Level

2

shall disclose a design that approaches

the final form,

employs

standard

parts

(or

non-standard

parts

approved

by the authority

concerned)

and,

takes

into account

 

full military requirements

with

respect

to performance.

These

drawings

shall

support

the manufacture

of prototype

and limited

production

models

in final

form

suitable

for

field test:

production

tools,

jigs,

fixtures

or production

methods

to produce

and may not require the end item.

 

4.3.2.1

Drawings

 

(refer

paragraph

4.4)

shall

include,

as

applicable,

parts

lists.

detail

and

assembly

drawings,

interface

control

data,

diagrams,

 

performance

characteristics,

critical

manufacturing

limits

 

and

details

of

new

materials

and

processes.

 

Special

inspection

and

test

requirements

for

the

item

shall

be

defined

on

the

drawings

or

referenced

to

a

document

acceptable

to

the

Australian

Government.

 

4.3.2.2

The

requirements

of

PART

2

shall

apply

unless

otherwise

specified

in

the

contract

or

order.

Where

usable

drawings

need

not

meet

the

requirements

of

Level

2,

or the

end

use

of the

required

drawings

does

not

include

a projected

need

for

follow

on

competitive

procurement

of

the

design

items,

tailoring

of

need

by cost

saving

alternatives

is encouraged,

(refer

paragraph

7.3.1).

 

4.3.3

Level 3, Production.

 

Drawings

at Level

3 shall

provide

engineering

definition

 

sufficiently complete to enable a competent manufacturer to produce and maintain quality control of items to the degree that physical and performance characteristics interchangeable with those of the original design are obtained without resorting to additional product design effort, additional design data, or recourse to the original design authority. These drawings shall:

a. reflect

the end product;

b. provide

the engineering

data for the support

of quantity

production:

and.

C. in conjunction with other related reprocurement data, provide the necessary data to permit competitive procurement (refer paragraph 7.3) of items substantially identical to the original items.

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4.3.3.1

The

requirements

of

PART

2 shall

apply.

Drawings

(refer

paragraph

4.4)

shall

include

details

of unique

processes

when

essential

to design

and

manufacture:

 

details

of

performance

ratings;

 

dimensional

and

tolerance

data;

critical

manufacturing

assembly

sequences;

toleranced

input

and

output

parameters:

schematics;

mechanical

and

electrical

connections:

physical

characteristics,

 

including

form

and

finish:

details

of

material

identification;

inspection;

test

and

evaluation

criteria:

necessary

calibration

information;

and quality

control

data.

4.4

Types and Numbers of Drawings

 

4.4.1

The complexity and engineering sophistication

of the design

for which

drawings

are

ordered, determines the types and number of drawings needed to satisfy the function and requirement of the level ordered. Types of drawings shall be determined from PART 2 (See also paragraph 7.1).

 

4.4.2

Each level content shall be examined on its engineering disclosure requirements, conjunction with the discipline involved and a determination made by the contractor

in

as to the types or combination of types of drawings

necessary

to meet the

 

requirements of the level ordered. This is illustrated by the following:

a. Content of a Level 3 requirement for a simple mechanical assembly might be satisfied by a few detail drawings and one assembly drawing and

 

corresponding associated lists. On the other hand a Level 3 requirement

 

for a sophisticated

systems

 

design

requiring

the application

of a variety

of

engineering disciplines may utilise the entire listing of drawing types in

 

PART 2 and number

into the hundreds

of individual

drawings

to satisfy

the

same level content and requirement as was acceptable for the simple mechanical assembly;

 
 

b. Level 1 requirement for a simple mechanical assembly may only require a

 

layout drawing and

a schematic.

A Level

2 requirement

could

be satisfied

 

by providing layout drawings supported by detail drawings depicting

 

required tolerances.

 

4.5

Items Covered by Existing Specifications

and Standards

4.5.1

Drawings

shall

not be prepared

or submitted

for items

that are defined

by Defence,

 

or nationally

recognised

non-Defence

authority

specifications

or standards.

 

4.6

Reference

Documents

 

4.6.1

Contractor documents referenced on drawings

shall be furnished

as part

of the

level(s) ordered as an integral part of the drawings, When first tier references do not provide the essential technical information the contractor’s subordinate

 

reference shall be provided to the extent necessary to meet the technical disclosure requirements of the level ordered. However, technical manuals, procedural manuals, maintenance manuals and company drafting manuals are not considered reference documents.

4.7

Clarity and Legibility

 

4.7.1

Drawings (including

those

covered

in paragraph

will

produce

4.2) shall

copies

be of such conforming

clarity

that,

to the legrbility

 

when reproduced

as microfilm,

they

   

requirements

specified

in AS 1203. These

provisions

do not apply

to Level

1

drawings,

unless

specified

in the contract.

 

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Security Classification

50858 PART 1 4.8 Security Classification 4.8.1 Drawings. The allocated security

4.8.1

Drawings.

The

allocated

security

classification

should

be located

adjacent

to the

title block,

in order

that

it will

be reproduced

on

all copies;

and additionally

at the

top and bottom

centre

of the document.

 

4.8.2

Aperture Card.

classification

of the image(s)

is to be preprinted

or

stamped

The security on the face

prominently

of the card:

corners

of the card

are to

be uncut.

4.8.3

Microfiche.

The

highest

security

classification

contained

in the microfiche

is

to

appear

in full

in the

title

area, in lettering

the

size

of the

identification

markers

on

the microfiche.

If there

is insufficient

space

in the area,

abbreviated

security

 

classifications

may be used,e.g.“TOPSEC,

SECRET

(No abbreviation),

CONFD,

 
 

RESTD.

4.8.4

Roll Microfilm.

The

highest

security

classification

contained

on the

roll

of

 

microfilm

is to be prominently

marked

at the beginning

and

end of each

roll and

on

 

its container.