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Drawing Sheet Layout (Metric)

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Standard layouts of drawing sheets are specified by the various standards organizations.

This is the layout of a typical sheet, showing the drawing frame, the microfilm camera alignment marks, a typical title block, parts list and revision table:

Image:Sheet1.gif

Sheet Frames

It is standard practice for a drawing frame to be printed on each sheet, defining a margin around the outside of drawing area. Drawing frames are standardized for each size of paper as per the following table:

Drawing Frames with No Filing Margin

Paper Size Border Width (mm) Dimensions of Drawing Frame (mm)
  Left &
Right
Top &
Bottom
Width Height
A028201133801
A12014801566
A21410566400
A31074003283
A475283200

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