It describes typical applications and minimum content requirements. Guidelines for the submission of text and graphics to ISO/CS [PDF] ; architectural, hvac, plumbing, fire … Drafting standards FAQ [PDF] Frequently asked questions about aspects of drafting. Best practices for vocabularies and terminologies [PDF] Tips for preparing your draft. ISO templates Submit your draft using these Word and drawing templates. are not included in this Standard. Drawings for specialized engineering disciplines (e.g., marine, civil, construction, optics, etc.) Fundamentals “ Y14.100 establishes the essential requirements and reference documents applicable to the preparation and revision of manual or computer generated engineering drawings and associated lists unless tailored by a specialty Standard. ASME Y14.24: This Standard defines the types of engineering drawings most frequently used to establish engineering requirements. Sheet sizes used within NRCS are identi-fied in NEM Part 541, Drafting and Drawing Policy. The text font used in the project identification infor- 100, General Requirements (pdf) 5: 04/27/15 VAR-10066 R1, Electronic Drawing Approval VAR-10383, Elimination of CAD Standards for Sketches : 200, CAD Requirements (pdf) VAR-10016, Sketch Requirements (and panel schedule guidance) 5 chg1: 11/19/20 Template Instructions - README : Digital Signature Title Block Template : 11/16/20 Title: xxx_xxx_App_879605.indd Author: nzr Created Date: 2/26/2008 3:48:31 PM And there is a U.S. National CAD Standard, Version 2 applicable to the building industry, i.e. AN AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD ENGINEERING DRAWING AND RELATED DOCUMENTATION PRACTICES Types and Applications of Engineering Drawings ASME Y14.24M-1989 ~ The American Society of ® Mechanical Engineers '-----345 East 47th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 I I LANL Standard Drawings and Details either (1) depict required format/content or (2) are templates that are completed by a Design Agency (LANL or external AE) for a design drawing package, in a manner similar to specifications. All drawings in a set shall be prepared on the same size sheets. America National Standards Institute (ANSI) - Dimensioning Rules 1. Extension lines should be started 1/16" from the object , and extend beyond the dimension line by 1/8". (2) Title block Title block sheets used with NRCS drawings are iden-tified in NEM Part 541, Drafting and Drawing Policy. The first dimension lines should be spaced 3/8" or 10 mm from the object, and 1/4" or 6 mm away from each adjacent dimension . 3. 2. There are ANSI standards that are applicable to machine parts drafting... that are not applicable to the building industry... if they are applicable, I'm not aware of it!