ASME Y14.1-2020Drawing SheetSize and Format
This Standard establishes a series of recommended drawing sizes and formats for engineering drawings.It provides abasis for uniformity in engineering drawing size and format that industry and government can use. This Standard is notintended to prevent individual organizations from designing specific formats that meet their individual needs, but ratherto provide common engineering delineation standards to aid the interchange of drawings between users in industry,government, and other areas.
This Standard is a revision of ASME Y14.1-2012, Drawing Sheet Size and Format and ASME Y14.1M-2012,MetricDrawing SheetSize and Format.This revision combines both the metricand decimal-inch standards.Work on the revisionof this Standard was begun in October 2016 by the members of ASME Y14 Subcommittee 1.
The following is a summary of the significant changes that were incorporated into this revision:(a) Combined ASME Y14.1-2012 and ASME Y14.1M-2012 into a single standard
(b) Added the term “segment”to use in place of microfilm, allowing for the application of digital data(c) Reinstated the practice of indicating the initial release date in the area of the title block
(d) Expanded on location of table headings for the revision status of sheets block
(e) Expanded the practice of maintaining all sheets at the same revision level
(f Added”PART OR IDENTIFYING NUMBER” to the application block to align with ASME Y14.34(g) Added a paragraph and figure addressing data markings on drawing sheets
(h) Expanded maximum horizontal width for H- and K-size formats to align with largest segment width indicated in