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ISO 1320:1192 an active or inactive standard



October 29, 2008

Q. In my web search for the N7 surface finish requirements, finishing.com has referenced the ISO 1320:1992 standard in your response to a similar inquiry. I have not been able to locate the standard through a search of the ISO standard data base nor through my document vendor. Thus, is this standard still a valid standard or has it been withdrawn.

Bill Boller
- Hernando, MS, USA



October 2008

A. Hi, Bill. I'll bet it was a typo and was meant to be ISO 1302:1992 (Technical drawings - Method of indicating surface texture), which would now be ISO 1302 [info about this spec at Amazon; and at Techstreet].

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey


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