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6 CAx-Basis Aspect
6.1 Component Relationships
6.2 Mounting Variations
6.3 Component Receptacles
6.5 Restricted Spaces
6.6 Symbol Displays


In the block section mounting position, information on the usability of the article under certain mounting positions must be provided.


The "mounting position" characteristic provides a simple way of indicating the position. The characteristics with the rotation angles allow you to specify the exact maximum permitted angle. The angles always refer to the coordinate system and are NOT dependent on the "mounting position" characteristic. The consistency of the characteristic "mounting position" and the rotation angle characteristics is the responsibility of the describing user.


Level
Type
Structure element name Application, explanation Function for CAx and process
1
C

Number of mounting positions

Indication of the number of possible mounting positions.

Selects the block for the mounting position description according to number

1/2
B

Mounting position

Block mounting position

Block for mounting position description

3
M

Mounting position

Indication of the alignment options of the article towards its own x-direction in relation to the possible alignment on the mounting level.

Depending on the mounting position, the alignment of the article may vary.

4
W

horizontal

X-direction of the article points to the positive X-direction of the mounting level

Strukturelement Name-waagerecht.JPG

4
W

Vertical from above


X-direction of the article points to the positive Y-direction of the mounting level

Strukturelement Name-senkrecht von oben.JPG

4
W

Vertical from below

X-direction of the article points to the negative Y-direction of the mounting level

Strukturelement Name-senkrecht von unten.JPG

3
M

Rotation around the horizontal axis

Angle at which the mounting level can be rotated around the X-axis of the coordinate system.


At value=0° of all rotation angles, the Y-axis of the mounting level is vertical in space, the X and Z axes are horizontal. Positive values then rotate the mounting plane so that the Z-axis tilts downwards from the horizontal to the vertical.

Strukturelement Name-Drehung um die horizontale Achse.JPG

3
M

Rotation around the vertical axis

Angle at which the mounting plane is rotatable about the Y-axis of the coordinate system.

At value=0° of all rotation angles, the Y-axis of the mounting level is vertical in space, the X- and Z-axes are horizontal. Positive values then rotate the mounting plane so that the X-axis rotates in the direction of the Z axis.


Note: Rotations in this axis only make sense if a rotation around the horizontal axis takes place at the same time.

Strukturelement Name-Drehung um die vertikale Achse.JPG

3
M

Rotation on the mounting level

Angle at which the mounting level can be rotated around the Z-axis of the coordinate system.


At value=0° of all rotation angles, the Y axis of the mounting level is vertical in space, the X- and Z-axes are horizontal. Positive values then rotate the mounting plane so that the X-axis tilts downwards from the horizontal to the vertical.


Strukturelement Name-Drehwinkel auf der Montageebene.jpeg

3
C

Number of restricted spaces

Only if, depending on the mounting position, other restricted spaces are required than those already defined at article level under part relationship.

For further information see point 7.5.

3
C

Number of part relationships

Only if, depending on the mounting position, other parts are required than those already defined at article level under part relationship.

For further information see point 7.1.


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