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-The specification of →[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Characteristic (test-, quality-)|characteristics]] in the technical drawings follows defined rules. Such rules are laid down in international and national norms, but also company publications (factory standards). Misunderstandings are avoided between the customer and the supplier when reference is made to rules of interpretation,​ despite a reduction in the documentation effort required. A **class** refers to a norm and thus specifies the context in which the characteristic properties are to be understood.+The specification of →[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Characteristic (test-, quality-)|characteristics]] in the technical drawings follows defined rules. Such rules are laid down in international and national norms, but also company publications (factory standards). Misunderstandings are avoided between the customer and the supplier when reference is made to rules of interpretation,​ despite a reduction in the documentation effort required. A **class** refers to a rule and thus specifies the context in which the characteristic properties are to be understood.
  
 The classes listed at this point, sorted into the following groups, can be assigned in #​@IC_HTML@#​. The classes relate to recognised standards (see “References” column). Unless otherwise stated, the unit of measurement always applies to tolerance limits as well. The classes listed at this point, sorted into the following groups, can be assigned in #​@IC_HTML@#​. The classes relate to recognised standards (see “References” column). Unless otherwise stated, the unit of measurement always applies to tolerance limits as well.
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