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Unformatted text preview: . In 1996, ISO created a new technical committee, the ISO/TC213, in charge of the standards on geometrical product specification. This committee followed the JHG ISO/TC 3-10-57 which coordinated the technical committees ISO/TC3 “adjustment”, ISO/TC57 “Metrology and properties of surfaces” and the subcommittee ISO/TC10/SC5 “Specification and tolerance”. The aim of this committee is to provide industrialists with complete and vii viii Preface coherent standards in the field of specification and geometrical inspection of products (GPS). In 1996, ISO also published the technical report FD CR ISO/TR 14638 to establish the array of standards to be created or to revised in the future. In order to achieve this ambitious goal, it is no longer possible to create or develop standards based only on engineers’ and experts’ knowledge and practice. Now it is necessary to have a global and theoretical approach of the geometrical specification and verification problem. On the basis of French research results, called GEOSPELLING, a model to describe the micro and macro geometr...
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