Technical group for fasteners seeks more interchangeability

Wingo, Walter; Wingo,, Walter
February 1998
Design News;2/16/98, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
Discusses the plans of the International Organization for Standardization's technical committee for fasteners (ISO/TC 2) to increase the number of standards in its domain. What the increase will be made to; Inclusions in the domain; Additional standards the group plans to write; Comments from Gunther Hellwig, secretary for ISO/TC 2.


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