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ISO 13399 Maintenance Agency
May  2015

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This website is intended to facilitate use of the standard ISO 13399 by providing, at international level, an accelerated process to give official answers to questions or modification requests regarding the application of this Standard.
Information about the update and evolutions of the standard are also provided.
This information can be found at national level, from the standardization body responsible for this standard.

News

The New work item proposal for the revision of TS 13399 series which constitute the dictionary was closed since June 3rd, 2009.

Overview

The Cutting Tools Reference Dictionary is the aggregation of 6 ISO standards which consists of the following parts:

  • ISO/TS 13399-2: Reference dictionary for cutting items
  • ISO/TS 13399-3: Reference dictionary for tool items
  • ISO /TS 13399-4: Reference dictionary for adaptive items
  • ISO/TS 13399-5: Reference dictionary for assembly items
  • ISO/TS 13399-50: Reference dictionary for coordinate systems and common concepts
  • ISO/TS 13399-60: Reference dictionary for connection systems

In addition, the following documents must be taken into account to use the cutting tools reference dictionary:

  • ISO 13399-1: Overview fundamental principles and general information model
  • ISO/TS 13399-100: Definitions, principles and methods for reference dictionaries
  • ISO/TS 13399-150: Usage guide for ISO 13399-1 (to be published)
Source : TS 13399-3  Source : TS 13399-2

The ISO 13399 series is an application of the ISO 10303 and ISO 13584 standards for the computerised representation and exchange of cutting tool data. ISO 13399-1, conforming to ISO 10303, is a specification for the representation of the items and their assembly in a modern cutting tool.

The descriptions and the properties of the items are defined in the digital dictionary, conforming to ISO 13584, and these item terms and property names are used by ISO 13399-1. Manufacturers, buyers and users can use ISO 13399-1 and the digital dictionary to store cutting tool data and to exchange this data in an unambiguous way.

The ISO 13399 Maintenance Agency provides for the update of the dictionary to take into account: experience, feedbacks, and user's needs.

ISO has appointed AFNOR/UNM, the secretariat of the committee ISO/TC 29 Small tools, for the installation, the hosting and the management of the maintenance agency.

Assemblies of a modern cutting tool

Work organisation

The process used to deal with questions and modification requests is shown on the following diagram:

 

Submission of questions

The downloadable form shall be used to submit questions ; it shall be sent to ISO/TC 29 secretariat at the following e-mail address: iso13399@unm.fr

Download the form

Information about on-going evolution

 Consult the dictionnary

The future technical changes should be issued according to the following schedule:

  • end 2012, new version of TS 13399-2-, TS 13399-3, TS 13399-4, TS 13399-5, TS 13399-50 et TS 13399-60

New properties approved: Download New properties ISO13399

 

Experts of the maintenance agency

The following experts, involved in the preparation of the standard ISO 13399 series, are part of the maintenance agency :

Country

Expert name

 France

Alain FREYERMUTH

France

Patrick MARCHAND

Germany

Thomas BREUNING

Germany

Bernhard GOENNER

Germany

Boris KAISER

Germany

Arthur MOLL

Germany

Christian WÜLBECK

Israël

Igal NAVEH 

Israel

Pazya BLOCH

Israel

Marcel KEINAN

Israël

Rudi GRUTEKE

Japan

Saburo TANATSUGU

Sweden

 Karl-Erik ABRAHAMSON

Sweden

Bengt KINNVALL

Sweden

Olof NYQVIST

Sweden

Bengt OLSSON

United Kingdom

Kenneth BROOKES




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