Robert E. Parks
A recent phone call from a small firm about to prepare some optical drawings got me thinking about the problem of future conversion to the new international optical drawing standard, ISO 10110. The gist of the call was that the company had prepared few, if any, optical drawings. What standard should they follow? Since the new ISO standard is nearly finished, would it make sense to start using it now?
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Publish Date: 01 January 1991
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