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3.2.13.  Automatic Classification of standardized Parts

When a new release CIP is generated via PARTproject, also a scanner is running during this process in order to identify and classify all kind of standardized parts. Explicitly all NNs and NTs are checked whether they contain one of the below listed keywords followed by a number like “123”, etc.: If this is the case, the project is automatically assigned in the Standards classification of found Standard project's class. Projects of this sort are marked with the Standards icon in PARTdataManager.

3-digit Keywords:

DIN, ISO, ANSI B, NF E, VDI, UNI, NAS, NASM, BSI, ASNA, JIS, CSN, STN, GOST, JB/T, NIHS

2-digit Keywords:

EN, SN, LN, AN, SN, BS, IS, KS, GB, PN, GB, MS, VG

Especially within the 2-digit keywords there is unfortunately a high rate of mistakes and wrong classifications, because e.g. „Rohrbogen 90°“ is recognized as a en 90 (an "Euro Standard”). Wrong classifications like this can be sorted out by inserting a „NO“ into the respective field in PARTproject under tabbed page General -> menu item General -> Similar to standard parts (optional) and then regenerating the catalog. Classifications have to be checked from time to time regularly.

[Note] Note

A manual entry of a Standard classification leads to the same result as the automatic search.

Das Icon wird allerdings nicht sofort sichtbar. Das Feld wird bei der CIP-Generierung gelesen, wenn der Katalog publiziert wird. Dabei wird geprüft, ob der Wert in die Standards-Klassifikation passt und wenn ja wird das Projekt zur Standards-Klassifikation hinzugefügt. Wenn man dann die generierte CIP installiert, sieht man das Icon.