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  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Drawing sheet]]\\ ​  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Drawing sheet]]\\ ​
  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Drawing data format]]\\ ​  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Drawing data format]]\\ ​
 + **F**\\ ​
 + • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Font]]\\ ​
  **M**\\ ​  **M**\\ ​
  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Measurement (sizes-)]]\\ ​  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Measurement (sizes-)]]\\ ​
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  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Project]]\\ ​  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Project]]\\ ​
  **S**\\ ​  **S**\\ ​
 + • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Specification operators and modifiers (ISO GPS)]]\\ ​
  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Stamp/​stamps]]\\ ​  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Stamp/​stamps]]\\ ​
  **T**\\ ​  **T**\\ ​
 + • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Tag]]\\
  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Test plan]]\\ ​  • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Test plan]]\\ ​
- • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Tolerance table]]\\  + • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Tolerance table]]
- • [[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Tag]]+
  
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 The following categories can be assigned in #​@IC_HTML@#:​ The following categories can be assigned in #​@IC_HTML@#:​
  
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-^  Category ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References ​ ​^ ​ ID  ^ +^  Category ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References ​ ^ 
-^ Standard characteristic | Characteristic that is not assigned to any of the following categories. | – |  1  ​+^ Standard characteristic | Characteristic that is not assigned to any of the following categories. | – | 
-^ Special characteristic | A critical characteristic that deserves special attention. If the implementation of the characteristic does not correspond to the drawing specifications,​ a potential risk to functions (operational safety, interchangeability,​ service life, etc.) has to be expected to a great extent.\\ \\ Example of tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_besondere_merkmale.png?​direct&​420| }} | – |  2  ​+^ Special characteristic | A critical characteristic that deserves special attention. If the implementation of the characteristic does not correspond to the drawing specifications,​ a potential risk to functions (operational safety, interchangeability,​ service life, etc.) has to be expected to a great extent.\\ \\ Example of tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_besondere_merkmale.png?​direct&​420| }} | – | 
-^ Auxiliary measurement | Measurement that is not required for the geometric determination of a part and is not considered an integral part of the contract.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_hilfsmasse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 ​|  3  ​+^ Auxiliary measurement | Measurement that is not required for the geometric determination of a part and is not considered an integral part of the contract.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_hilfsmasse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | 
-^ Rough measurement | Measurement that refers to the initial state of an object.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rohmasse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 ​|  4  ​+^ Rough measurement | Measurement that refers to the initial state of an object.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rohmasse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | 
-^ Theoretically accurate measurement | Measurement for indication of the geometrically ideal (theoretically precise) position or shape of the dimensioned shape element.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_theoretisch_genaue_masse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 ​|  5  ​+^ Theoretically accurate measurement | Measurement for indication of the geometrically ideal (theoretically precise) position or shape of the dimensioned shape element.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_theoretisch_genaue_masse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | 
-^ Test measurement | Measurement that must be given special attention when determining the extent of the test / test accuracy.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_pruefmasse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 ​|  6  ​|+^ Test measurement | Measurement that must be given special attention when determining the extent of the test / test accuracy.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_pruefmasse.png?​direct&​420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 |
  
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 ^ Chamfer |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, chamfered surface.\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_fasen.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  33  |  −  | ^ Chamfer |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, chamfered surface.\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_fasen.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  33  |  −  |
 ^ Curve |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, rounded surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rundungen.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  35  |  −  | ^ Curve |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, rounded surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rundungen.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  35  |  −  |
 +^ Edge |  –  | Workpiece edge. Specification without reference to a standard.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimeter (mm) | − |  36  |  −  |
  
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 ^ Largest material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_mr2.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Material share in percent at the level of the cutting line, which separates the deep valleys from the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_mr2.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  72  |  162  | ^ Largest material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_mr2.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Material share in percent at the level of the cutting line, which separates the deep valleys from the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_mr2.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  72  |  162  |
 ^ Reduced peak height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rpk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average height of the projecting peaks above the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rpk.png?​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  28  |  155  | ^ Reduced peak height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rpk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average height of the projecting peaks above the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rpk.png?​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  28  |  155  |
-^ Reduced groove depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rvk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average depth of the profile valleys below the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rvk.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |    |  156  |+^ Reduced groove depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rvk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average depth of the profile valleys below the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rvk.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  ​29  ​|  156  |
 ^ Base roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_r3z.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Amplitude value of the third highest profile peak from the third largest profile valley.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_r3z.png?​direct&​420|}} | Not officially standardised. |  32  |  159  | ^ Base roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_r3z.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Amplitude value of the third highest profile peak from the third largest profile valley.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_r3z.png?​direct&​420|}} | Not officially standardised. |  32  |  159  |
 ^ Additional surface specifications |  –  | Machining allowance, position and orientation of surface grooves.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** – | • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  118  |  –  | ^ Additional surface specifications |  –  | Machining allowance, position and orientation of surface grooves.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** – | • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  118  |  –  |
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 ^ Marking |  –  | Fixed or detachable with a workpiece or assembly to be connected in plain text or machine-readable information.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | – |  131  |  –  | ^ Marking |  –  | Fixed or detachable with a workpiece or assembly to be connected in plain text or machine-readable information.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | – |  131  |  –  |
 ^ Function |  –  | Task to be performed by the workpiece or assembly.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | – |  132  |  –  | ^ Function |  –  | Task to be performed by the workpiece or assembly.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | – |  132  |  –  |
 +^ Undefined |  –  | No class is defined.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ **Not** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | – |  -1  |  0  |
  
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-Vector graphic formats, on the other hand, store graphic elements as unique, mathematically described graphic primitives. The latter mean basic geometric elements such as straight lines, arcs, and splines, as well as surfaces such as circles, polygons, and spline surfaces. Texts are stored either as polylines or with the help of character encoding.+Vector graphic formats, on the other hand, store graphic elements as unique, mathematically described graphic primitives. The latter mean basic geometric elements such as straight lines, arcs, and splines, as well as surfaces such as circles, polygons, and spline surfaces. Texts are stored either as polylines or with the help of character encoding ​(see also →[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​font|Font]]).
  
 > In #​@IC_HTML@#,​ character-coded texts are a prerequisite for automatic feature recognition. > In #​@IC_HTML@#,​ character-coded texts are a prerequisite for automatic feature recognition.
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-==== Tag ====+==== Font ====
  
-<WRAP group> +Non-graphic information is specified in technical drawings using characters. Characters can be letters, numbers, diacritics, punctuation marks, and additional graphic symbols. Due to their frequent repetition, they are grouped into a stock, the character set. In electronic data processing, characters are uniquely identified by coding in a character set. Numerous standards exist worldwide for character coding. "​ASCII"​ is an example of a very small set, "​Unicode"​ an example of a very large set to which characters are continuously added. A digital character set is called a **font**. A font file usually contains a character set with a uniform graphic design.
-<WRAP column 80%>+
  
-→[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms|Test characteristics]] can also be assigned individual **tags** in #@IC_HTML@# in addition to →[[en:infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Kategorie (Merkmal-)|Categories]]. While categories indicate a basic handling of test characteristics (relevance for testing, based on standard specifications),​ tags are intended to support the test process by increasing the clarity. Thus, tags may refer to measuring stations, measuring devices or test intensity for example.+{{ :en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​schriftartdatei.png?​nolink&​700 ​|}}
  
-Assigned tags are exported by #@IC_HTML@# in the test planprovided that they are supported by export formatTagged test characteristics ​are identified on the drawing by coloration of the stamp.+In addition to the purely visual representation of charactersthe unambiguous definition of characters is important for the automatic analysis of technical drawings. PDF files are generally used to displaying characters correctlyThis is because the character definitions used are saved in the file. This is (unfortunately) different with the CAD exchange formats DXF, DWG and IGES. In them only the references to characters are stored in font files. The font files are therefore required for correct display.
  
-</​WRAP>​ +**Significance for #​@IC_HTML@#​** Fonts are protected by copyright. In most cases, the rights of use are only granted for a fee. The number of fonts used by CAD systems is immensely high. Supplying these fonts would disproportionately increase the cost of #@IC_HTML@# licenses. For this reason, #@IC_HTML@# replaces fonts not installed on the computer with visually similar fonts when loading drawing files. If this is the case, a note message is issued.
-<WRAP column 15%>+
  
-{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_kennzeichnen.png?nolink&​100|}} +{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​schriftarten_austauschformate.png?​nolink&​700 |}}
- +
-</​WRAP>​ +
-</​WRAP>​ +
- +
-<WRAP group> +
-<WRAP column 25%> +
- +
-**Example** Graduation of special characteristics +
- +
-</​WRAP>​ +
-<WRAP column 70%> +
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-{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​kennzeichnungen_verwendung_01.png?​direct&700 |}} +
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-</​WRAP>​ +
-</​WRAP>​+
  
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 Even if it is technically possible, a project should always only refer to an object that is subject to a test and, if necessary, follow-up tests. This may be, for example, the initial sampling of a product and its subsequent re-sampling (first-piece approvals, requalifications). Even if it is technically possible, a project should always only refer to an object that is subject to a test and, if necessary, follow-up tests. This may be, for example, the initial sampling of a product and its subsequent re-sampling (first-piece approvals, requalifications).
 +
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 +
 +==== Specification operators and modifiers (ISO GPS) ====
 +
 +The ISO GPS standard system based on DIN EN ISO 8015 regulates the language with which requirements for the geometry of a product are communicated. With an entry – constructed from "​specification elements"​ – on the technical drawing, a **specification operator** in the standards system is invoked. A specification operator collates rules ("​operations"​) that are used to allow all the contract parties to understand the requirements of a geometric element or the relationship between geometric elements.
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 +The principle of standard setting applies here, namely the "​default principle"​. Unless indicated through the addition of supplementary information in the contract agreement, the specification operator only includes default operations in a fixed order according to ISO standards. The default is chosen so that the operations approximately correspond to the most commonly used procedure and conventional understanding in practice.
 +
 +In the following image, the concept is illustrated using the shaft geometric element with a nominal diameter of 20 mm as an example. At first only the defaults specification is considered, as shown on the left side. The drawing entry specifies a "​linear size element"​ according to DIN EN ISO 14405-1 of the type "​cylinder"​. The default specification operator demands consideration of the "local two-point size": All independently determined individual distances from opposite lying points must lie within the tolerance range, i.e. according to tolerance code "​h9"​ of DIN EN ISO 286-1 at an interval of between 19.948 mm and 20 mm. Five arbitrary two-point sizes on the non-ideal surface model are represented as a geometric equivalent.* One suitable means of verification ("​verification operator"​) for this specification would be to carry out a check using a go/no go gauge: 1) Pass check (go): Is the maximum material size exceeded?; 2) Fail check (no-go): Is the minimum material size undershot?
 +
 +<WRAP group>
 +<WRAP indent>
 +* The operations of the specification operator in detail: The extracted lateral surface is assigned an ideal cylinder using the least squares method (Gaussian). The extracted lateral surface is to be cut at each height perpendicular to the derived centreline of this associated cylinder. At each cutting plane, the surface line is assigned an ideal circle according to the Gaussian method. A horizontal line is generated through each point on the surface line and the circle midpoint. If there is exactly one second intersection point with the surface line with respect to the midpoint, the distance between the two surface line intersection points is the two-point size to be matched with the interval.
 +</​WRAP>​
 +</​WRAP>​
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 +{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​iso-gps_spezifikationen.png?​direct&​800 |}}
 +
 +The deviation from the default setting can be identified using suitable specification modifiers (and/or abbreviations). In this way a "​special specification operator"​ is obtained. In this example, the "E in circle"​ modifier symbol sets the envelope condition. The envelope condition requires that the evaluated geometry lies in an enveloping cylinder 20 mm in diameter and that all two-point sizes are greater than or equal to 19.948 mm. A suitable verification would be to test using a ring gauge or to carry out a no-go test using a go/no go gauge.
 +
 +Below are examples of modifier text symbols with their meanings, such as those that can be assigned to a characteristic as property "​modifiers"​ in #​@IC_HTML@#​.
 +
 +<WRAP group>
 +<WRAP column half>
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 +|< 100% 20% 85% >|
 +^ Modifiers for linear sizes (according to DIN EN ISO 14405-1:​2017-07;​ Characteristic classes: Length, diameter, spherical diameter) ^^
 +|  LP  | Two-point size |
 +|  LS  | Local spherical size |
 +|  LL  | Local outer minimum material size |
 +|  GG  | Gauss method association criterion |
 +|  GX  | Maximum inscribed geometric element association criterion |
 +|  GN  | Minimum circumscribed geometric element association criterion |
 +|  GC  | Minimax association criterion |
 +|  CC  | Circumference diameter (calculated size) |
 +|  CA  | Area diameter (calculated size) |
 +|  CV  | Volume diameter (calculated size) |
 +|  SX  | Maximum rank-ordered size |
 +|  SN  | Minimum rank-ordered size |
 +|  SA  | Average rank-ordered size |
 +|  SM  | Median rank-ordered size |
 +|  SD  | Mid-range rank-ordered size |
 +|  SR  | Range of rank-ordered sizes |
 +|  SQ  | Standard deviation of sizes |
 +|  E  | Envelope requirement |
 +|  /​Length ​ | Any limited part of the geometric element |
 +|  ACS  | Any cross-section |
 +|  SCS  | Specific fixed cross-section |
 +|  ALS  | Any longitudinal section |
 +|  Number x  | More than one geometric element\\ //Assigned as the number of repetitions of the characteristic as a property.// |
 +|  CT  | Common tolerance |
 +|  F  | Condition of the free state |
 +
 +|< 100% 20% 80% >|
 +^ Modifiers for angular sizes (according to DIN EN ISO 14405-3:​2017-07;​ Characteristic class: Angle) ^^
 +|  LC  | Two-line angular size with minimax association criterion |
 +|  LG  | Two-line angular size with least squares association criterion |
 +|  GG  | Global angular size with least squares association criterion |
 +|  GC  | Global angular size with minimax association criterion |
 +|  SX  | Maximum angular size |
 +|  SN  | Minimum angular size |
 +|  SA  | Average angular size |
 +|  SM  | Median angular size |
 +|  SD  | Mid-range angular size |
 +|  SR  | Range of angular sizes |
 +|  SQ  | Standard deviation of angular size |
 +|  SCS  | Specific fixed cross-section |
 +|  CT  | Common tolerated angular size element |
 +|  F  | Condition of the free state |
 +
 +</​WRAP>​
 +<WRAP column half>
 +
 +|< 100% 20% 80% >|
 +^ Modifiers for geometric features (according to DIN EN ISO 1101:​2017-09;​ Characteristic classes: Geometrical tolerancing (form, orientation,​ location and run-out)) ^^
 +|  CZ  | Combined zone |
 +|  SZ  | Separate zones |
 +|  UZ  | Specified tolerance zone offset |
 +|  OZ  | Unspecified linear tolerance zone offset (offset zone) |
 +|  VA  | Unspecified angular tolerance zone offset (variable angle) |
 +|  C  | Minimax (Chebyshev) feature |
 +|  G  | Least squares (Gaussian) feature |
 +|  N  | Minimum circumscribed feature |
 +|  T  | Tangent feature |
 +|  X  | Maximum inscribed feature |
 +|  A  | Derived feature |
 +|  P  | Projected tolerance zone |
 +|  C  | Minimax (Chebyshev) feature without constraint |
 +|  CE  | Minimax (Chebyshev) feature with external material constraint |
 +|  CI  | Minimax (Chebyshev) feature with internal material constraint |
 +|  G  | Least squares (Gaussian) feature without constraint |
 +|  GE  | Least squares (Gaussian) feature with external material constraint |
 +|  GI  | Least squares (Gaussian) feature with internal material constraint |
 +|  N  | Minimum circumscribed feature |
 +|  X  | Maximum inscribed feature |
 +|  T  | Total range of deviations |
 +|  P  | Peak height |
 +|  V  | Valley depth |
 +|  Q  | Standard deviation |
 +|  UF  | United feature |
 +|  LD  | Minor diameter |
 +|  MD  | Major diameter |
 +|  PD  | Pitch diameter |
 +|  ACS  | Any cross section |
 +|  M  | Maximum material requirement |
 +|  L  | Least material requirement |
 +|  R  | Reciprocity requirement |
 +|  F  | Free state condition (non-rigid parts) |
 +|  CF  | Contacting feature |
 +|  E  | Envelope requirement |
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 +</​WRAP>​
 +</​WRAP>​
  
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 +
 +==== Tag ====
 +
 +<WRAP group>
 +<WRAP column 80%>
 +
 +→[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms|Test characteristics]] can also be assigned individual **tags** in #@IC_HTML@# in addition to →[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Kategorie (Merkmal-)|Categories]]. While categories indicate a basic handling of test characteristics (relevance for testing, based on standard specifications),​ tags are intended to support the test process by increasing the clarity. Thus, tags may refer to measuring stations, measuring devices or test intensity for example.
 +
 +Assigned tags are exported by #@IC_HTML@# in the test plan, provided that they are supported by export format. Tagged test characteristics are identified on the drawing by coloration of the stamp.
 +
 +</​WRAP>​
 +<WRAP column 15%>
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 +{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_kennzeichnen.png?​nolink&​100|}}
 +
 +</​WRAP>​
 +</​WRAP>​
 +
 +<WRAP group>
 +<WRAP column 25%>
 +
 +**Example** Graduation of special characteristics
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 +</​WRAP>​
 +<WRAP column 70%>
 +
 +{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​kennzeichnungen_verwendung_01.png?​direct&​700 |}}
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 +</​WRAP>​
 +</​WRAP>​
  
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