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According to Xometry, those standards listed below are the most relevant of all ISO CNC-related available content.
"ISO 230 – This is a 10-part series of standards that determine the geometric accuracy of machines operating under quasi-static or no-load conditions, the accuracy and repeatability of numerically controlled axes, the thermal effects on machine tools, noise emissions, and vibration levels during machining processes.
ISO 229:1973 – This standard specifies the speeds and feeds of CNC machines.
ISO 369:2009 – Certain symbols and depictions can be found on the body of CNC machines. These symbols and their corresponding meanings are specified in this standard."--Xometry website.
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