BS EN ISO/ASTM 52901:2018 - Additive manufacturing. General principles. Requirements for purchased AM parts

BS EN ISO/ASTM 52901:2018

Additive manufacturing. General principles. Requirements for purchased AM parts

Status : Current   Published : October 2017



ISO/ASTM 52901:2017 defines and specifies requirements for purchased parts made by additive manufacturing. ISO/ASTM 52901:2017 gives guidelines for the elements to be exchanged between the customer and the part provider at the time of the order, including the customer order information, part definition data, feedstock requirements, final part characteristics and properties, inspection requirements and part acceptance methods. ISO/ASTM 52901:2017 is applicable for use as a basis to obtain parts made by additive manufacturing that meet minimum acceptance requirements. More stringent part requirements can be specified through the addition of one or more supplementary requirements at the time of the order.

Standard NumberBS EN ISO/ASTM 52901:2018
TitleAdditive manufacturing. General principles. Requirements for purchased AM parts
Publication Date16 October 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO/ASTM 52921, ISO/ASTM 52900, ISO 17296-3, ASTM F3122
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/ASTM 52900, ISO 2768-1, ISO/ASTM 52915, ISO 25178-1, ISO 2768-2, ISO 1302, ASTM E2910, ISO 1101
International RelationshipsEN ISO/ASTM 52901:2018,ISO/ASTM 52901:2017
Amended ByCorrigendum, October 2018
DescriptorsAdditives, Test methods, Folders (files), File organization (computers), Properties, Quality, Data structures, Production, Software engineering techniques
Title in FrenchFabrication additive. Principes généraux. Exigences pour l'achat de pièces
Title in GermanAdditive Fertigung. Grundlagen. Anforderungen an die Beschaffung von additiv gefertigten Bauteilen
ISBN978 0 539 00073 3
File Size926 KB

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