- ISO 13567 is an international Computer-aided design (CAD) layer standard. .
- Technical drawings Contents - ISO
- ISO 13567-1:1998. Technical product documentation — Organization and naming of layers for CAD. — Part 1: Overview and principles.
- United States National CAD Standard, v5 - AIA CAD Layer
- NOTE: For conceptual conformance to ISO 13567, Organization and Naming of and ISO 13567, CLG section 6.0 for information about ISO conformance.
- How to CAD Standards
- Standards (ISO 13567) and the Uniformat System.
- TITULO DE LA NORMA
- NOTA: Esta Norma Mexicana coincide totalmente con el informe técnico ISO/TR 13567-3:1999 Technical product documentation-Organization and naming of layers for CAD-Part 3: Application of ISO 13567-1 and ISO 13567-2. Bibliografía. · No se referencia ...
- ISO 13567 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- ISO 13567. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
- ISO 13567-2:1998 - Technical product documentation
- ISO 13567-2:1998.
- ISO DIS 13567 - The Proposed International Standard for Structuring
- Pilot testing of ISO 13567 is currently being carried out in a number of countries which have been involved in the definition of the standard.
- Uniclass/ISO 13567 based Class template - Vectorworks Community Board
- It's based on Uniclass, which itself is based closely on ISO 13567.
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