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Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 7:22:58 PM | aia architectural standard

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parleyburnett


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Could someone tell me what the aia standard is for numbering details on a sheet? Is it as if you're reading a book.... top left to right, or bottom right to left... Thanks

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Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 11:44:12 PM | RE: aia architectural standard

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I don't believe there is any AIA standard other than layer standards and they are part of the larger National CAD Standard. We have not paid our $450 for a copy of the CAD standard as it is not that important to our firm. You can preview it an learn a lot about it at: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org/NCSpres2.pdf HTH Tom

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Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 9:20:46 PM | aia architectural standard

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It is my understanding the number is top right to bottom left on all sheets.  Therefore if you had a half sheet of drawings they should be justified away from the spine where they are easily accessable.  If additional details are added in CCD/Addenda the drawings are simply the next number on the sheet, and follow the same layout (progressing towards the spine).

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