Abstract

The optics industry continues to operate globally. With greater accessibility to designers and fabricators across the world, it is necessary to communicate optical requirements in a standardized way that minimizes potential confusion. The standards community, with input from the United States, has created a single drawing standard, ISO 10110, to maximize effective communication. This paper addresses some of the nuances that occur when working with the ISO 10110 standard, particularly with an American MIL or ANSI drawing background.

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