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MSFC Tailoring Standard for the Global Drawing Requirements Manual (GDRM) Tenth Edition

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This tailoring standard sets forth the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) exceptions to the use of the Global Drawing Requirements Manual (GDRM), Tenth Edition 2000, in the preparation of MSFC engineering drawings and the graphics data portion of the Engineering Order. The GDRM is MSFC’s Drafting Manual based on ASME Y14.100-2000 and associated documents, which in conjunction with MSFC-STD-555 and this Tailoring Standard provide top level drawing requirements. In the event of a conflict between the GDRM and the ASME Y14.100-2000 requirements, the ASME Y14.100-2000 requirements take precedence. This standard is only applicable to MSFC in-house programs/projects.
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Last modified on:  Sun, 10/15/2023 - 00:20


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