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Old French Mechnical Drawings  
by JayAndrews, 2018-07-14, 18:46  like dislike  Spam?  71.232.82...
Hi, I'm Jay.

I'm working on a project in which I am responsible for converting old (circa 1950-1970) French "blue-print" machine drawings into English in modern computerized drawings.

Most words I have been able to figure out with the help of google, but there are a few abbreviations that I'm stuck on.  

The current elusive abbreviation is PM after a dimension number, for example  <---14.6±0.1 PM--->  I might have guessed before or after any coatings, but there are no coatings called out.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Jay
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