Guidelines for Combining 3D Models and 2D documentation
The automotive industry has increased the use of 3D CAD systems, beginning with the development stage and moving toward manufacturing and customer support. Traditionally, 2D drawings have been the medium used in manufacturing. Standards and best practices have been well established and universally adopted. Although 3D models are becoming more widely accepted and used, there are no standards, resulting in various problems being experienced within the automotive industry. The SASIG consortium has completed a project to establish standards for combining 3D models and 2D drawings. The results hereby published are these guidelines for combining 3D models and 2D CAD information. This document complements the “SASIG 3D Annotated Standard” recommendation.