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Industrial automation systems and integration -- Product data representation and exchange -- Part 207: Application protocol: Sheet metal die planning and design


Document Number: ISO 10303-207:1999
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This part of ISO 10303 specifies the use of the integrated resources necessary for the scope and information requirements for the exchange of information between contractors and suppliers to enable the eventual manufacture of sheet metal dies used in the production process of sheet metal parts.

The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 10303:

  • Types of products supported:
    • Sheet metal part design data;
    • EXAMPLE 1 - Sheet metal part designs may be for sheet metal parts intended for the exterior of a product, those intended for the interior of a product, those intended to be in view or not in view on the final product, or those intended to support loads or maintain structure of a product. Sheet metal part designs may also be for sheet metal parts that are products in themselves.

    • Sheet metal die design data, including die face design and die structure design, for an individual die against which sheet metal is formed by processes that do not involve a mating die;
    • Sheet metal die set design data, including die face design and die structure design, for die sets used in a stamping press machine to manufacture sheet metal parts;
    • Sheet metal part manufacture description data.
  • Types of product data supported:
    • Design data for materials, sheet metal in-process parts, sheet metal parts, die components, individual dies, and die sets;
    • Process data for sheet metal part manufacture;
    • Change and schedule data for design of product definition data and manufacture description data;
    • Data ownership, generating system information, and exchange history surrounding product definition data and manufacture description data;
    • The identification of externally designed parts and purchased items;
    • Design constraints on dies;
    • Wireframe, surface, and solid geometry;
    • Data describing the relative position of materials and in-process sheet metal parts to the die or dies that will further form them;
    • Composition of materials, sheet metal parts, and die components;
    • Properties associated with materials or with collections of geometric representations, such as hardness, porosity, method of manufacture, and function.
  • Stages in the product life cycle supported are data at any stage of completion that describe:
    • Materials;
    • Sheet metal in-process parts and sheet metal parts;
    • Die components, individual dies, and die sets;
    • Sheet metal part manufacture description data;
    • Change and schedule data for design of product definition data and manufacture description data.
  • The supported exchange scenarios from contractor to supplier are as follows:
    • requirements to enable the supplier to create a sheet metal part processing plan for the contractor, such as the sheet metal part design, available presses and plants, and plant and press constraints;
    • requirements to enable the supplier to create a die design for the contractor, such as the sheet metal part design and the sheet metal part processing plan. This design may be for the die face, or for the die structure, or for both;
    • exchanges wherein the contractor and supplier are divisions of the same company;
    • exchanges wherein the contractor and supplier are different companies.
  • The supported exchange scenarios from supplier to contractor are as follows:
    • a part process plan or any portion thereof;
    • a complete die design or any portion thereof;
    • a die face design or any portion thereof;
    • a die structure design or any portion thereof;
    • a change request;
    • exchanges wherein the contractor and supplier are divisions of the same company;
    • exchanges wherein the contractor and supplier are different companies.

The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO 10303:

  • Parts that are not made of sheet metal or are not manufactured by a process involving the use of a die or dies;
  • Sheet metal parts that are manufactured by explosive forming, forging, or powdered metal processing;
  • The design of devices used to stretch sheet metal over single convex dies, or the rubber bladder or sheet used in hydroforming or trap rubber forming to force sheet metal into a single concave die;
  • Parametric or variational geometry models of sheet metal parts, dies, or die components;
  • Engineering analysis data of any kind;
  • Financial data of any kind;
  • Manufacturing process data for sheet metal dies;
  • Any exchange uses of data in order to:
    • enable the initial design of sheet metal parts;
    • enable the design of checking fixtures;
    • enable the manufacture of the die.
  • Data related to production runs of sheet metal parts.

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