Specification Control Drawing Template and Checklist


A Specification Control Drawing (SCD) is used to control the requirements of a part/assembly without specifying how the part is manufactured.


Sometimes a part falls between a purchased part and a manufactured part.  An example would be a purchased part that the manufacturer will customize for your use. A SCD is used to control the requirements of the part without providing the manufacturing instructions.

What it is:

A drawing used to control the specification of a part/assembly.

Why it is Important:

All part specifications need to be controlled.

What Problem Does it Solve:

Vendor manufacturing a part that will not work.

When to Use it:

When other drawing types do not work.

How Can FinishLinePDS Help:

Happy to review your drawing.


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