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CAGE Code 77272

Direct Part Marking for Unique Identification with Machine Readable Information

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SCOPE This document establishes requirements to apply machine readable information (MRI) as part marking directly onto aerospace hardware. CLASSIFICATION This specification provides direction for Unique Identification (UID) compliant part marking on aerospace hardware. For UID Part Marking of Labels and Nameplates see D210-13613-1.

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REFERENCES BAC5307 BAC5308 BSS7356 145-PJ-002 D1-4426 D210-10302-1 D210-11000-1 ATA SPEC 2000 PART MARKING APPLICATION OF STENCIL AND INSIGNIA MARKINGS PERFORMANCE TESTS FOR PART MARKING MATERIALS PROCESS SENSITIVE/FLIGHT SAFETY PARTS AND ASSEMBLIES ­ CH-47 APPROVED PROCESS SOURCES CONTROL REQUIREMENTS FOR CRITICAL BEARINGS AND CLUTCHES REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTS AND RECORDS OF PROCESS SENSITIVE PARTS AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION SPECIFICATION 2000, CHAPTER 9, AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION AND DATA TRANSFER DATA MATRIX (2D) CODING QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTS MARKING BAR CODE PRINT QUALITY TEST SPECIFICATION ­ TWO-DIMENSIONAL SYMBOLS BAR CODE PRINT QUALITY TEST SPECIFICATION ­ LINEAR SYMBOLS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLOGY SPECIFICATION DATA MATRIX BAR CODING DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE GUIDE TO UNIQUELY IDENTIFYING ITEMS IDENTIFICATION MARKING OF US MILITARY PROPERTY APPLICATION OF DATA MATRIX IDENTIFCATION SYMBOLS TO AEROSPACE PARTS USING DIRECT PART MARKING METHODS / TECHNIQUES APPLYING DATA MATRIX IDENTIFICATION SYMBOLS ON AEROSPACE PARTS

SAE AS9132 ISO/IEC 15415 ISO/IEC 15416 ISO/IEC 16022 ISO/TS 21849 COLLABORATIVE SOLUTION, VERSION 1.4 MIL-STD-130 NASA-HDBK6003 NASA-STD-6002

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CONTENT 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 SCOPE ............................................................................................................ 3 CLASSIFICATION ........................................................................................... 3 REFERENCES ................................................................................................ 3 CONTENT ....................................................................................................... 4 4.1 4.2 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 INDEX OF TABLES................................................................................. 5 INDEX OF FIGURES .............................................................................. 5

MATERIALS CONTROL .................................................................................. 5 FACILITIES CONTROL ................................................................................... 5 DEFINITIONS .................................................................................................. 6 MANUFACTURING CONTROL....................................................................... 8 8.1 GENERAL ............................................................................................... 8 8.1.1 8.1.2 UID POLICY............................................................................... 8 MACHINE READABLE PART MARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PARTS EXCEPT CRITICAL PARTS ...................................................................... 9 MACHINE READABLE PART MARKING OF CRITICAL PARTS...................................................................................... 10

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MACHINE READABLE INFORMATION FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................. 10 MACHINE READABLE PART MARKING DIMENSIONS AND QUALITY............................................................................................... 10 8.3.1 8.3.2 8.3.3 GENERAL ................................................................................ 10 2D MATRIX PART MARKS ...................................................... 11 HUMAN READABLE PART MARKS ....................................... 13 DOT PEENING ........................................................................ 13 ELECTRO-CHEMICAL MARKING .......................................... 14 INK JET.................................................................................... 15 STENCIL .................................................................................. 16 LASER BONDING ................................................................... 17 LASER MARKING ................................................................... 18

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MARKING METHODS .......................................................................... 13 8.4.1 8.4.2 8.4.3 8.4.4 8.4.5 8.4.5

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RE-IDENTIFY THE PART ..................................................................... 19

MAINTENANCE CONTROL .......................................................................... 19 QUALITY CONTROL..................................................................................... 20 REQUIREMENTS.......................................................................................... 20 11.1 BOEING ORGANIZATIONS ................................................................. 20 11.1.1 DESIGN ENGINEERING ......................................................... 20

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11.1.2 MATERIALS ENGINEERING................................................... 20 11.1.3 SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT AND PROCUREMENT (SM&P)..................................................................................... 20 11.1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE .......................................................... 21 11.1.5 MANUFACTURING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT...................................................................... 21 11.2 SUPPLIER REQUIREMENTS .............................................................. 21 11.2.1 SYSTEM CONTROLS ............................................................. 21 11.2.2 PART MARKING CONTROLS ................................................. 21 12.0 13.0 14.0 TEST METHODS........................................................................................... 22 QUALIFICATION ........................................................................................... 22 PART MARKING EXAMPLES ....................................................................... 22 14.1 2D AND HUMAN READABLE PART MARKING .................................. 23 14.2 2D DATA MATRIX PART MARKS ......................................................... 24 15.0 4.1 APPENDIX A ................................................................................................. 25

INDEX OF TABLES TABLE I TABLE II HIERARCHY OF PART MARKING DATA ELEMENTS ........................... 9 CHARACTER SUMMARY ...................................................................... 22

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INDEX OF FIGURES FIGURE 1 TYPICAL ECC 200 2D MATRIX ............................................................. 12 FIGURE 2 RELATIONSHIP OFCELL SIZE VERSUS SURFACE ROUGHNESS ......................................................................................... 12 FIGURE 3 18° REFLECTIVE LIGHT BAND............................................................. 12 FIGURE 4 REFLECTIVE LIGHT BAND ON CYLINDRICAL SURFACE.................. 13 FIGURE 5 MULTIPLE IMPRESIONS PER CELL .................................................... 14 FIGURE 6 REIDENTIFICATION OF TYPICAL PART NUMBER MATRIX .............. 19 FIGURE 7 TYPICAL PART MARK ........................................................................... 23

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MATERIALS CONTROL Materials listed in Section 5 of BAC5307 are approved for use for this specification. New marking materials shall be tested and shall meet the requirements of BSS7356. Additional materials meeting the requirements of BSS7356 can be nominated for inclusion into this specification by submitting a data package and a sample of the material to Boeing Materials Engineering for approval.

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FACILITIES CONTROL Facilities that fabricate parts in accordance with D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1 or 145-PJ-002 must submit written serialization control procedures for review and

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approval by Boeing Engineering and Quality. For all other parts, Boeing Quality shall review and approve serialization procedures. Boeing Quality shall audit facilities for control of serialization and to assure unique serialization as described by this document. Approved facilities shall be listed in Boeing Document D1-4426. Facilities that provide parts that are marked in accordance with this specification must have the necessary equipment and software to read and interpret machine readable part marks. Facilities that apply the Machine Readable Information (MRI) per this specification shall also have the necessary equipment for establishing a quality grade of the 2D Matrix per ISO/IEC 15415. 7.0 DEFINITIONS The following definitions apply to terms that are uncommon or have special meaning as used in this specification. CAGE Code An Enterprise Identifier. A 5 digit commercial and government entity identification issued by Allied Committee 135. The smallest element of a two-dimensional (2D) Data Matrix symbol. The ideal geometric shape of a cell is a square. A code representing alphanumeric information or the dash symbol (-) For purpose of this document, critical parts are parts that are controlled by Boeing Document 145-PJ-002 and / or D210-11000-1 and / or D210-10302-1. Parts that are identified as Critical Safety Items as noted on the applicable Engineering Definition and listed in 145-PJ-002. Also known as a Flight Safety Part. A marking code consisting of a scalable two-dimensional array of cells arranged in contiguous rows and columns that are capable of being scanned and read into computer memory. Data transfer syntax wrappers per ISO/IEC 15434 that are included in the machine readable information with TEIs and data that have been approved for use by the Department of Defense (DoD). The Engineering Drawing, Model or Notes List. May be a Boeing Drawing, Source Control Drawing or Vendor Drawing that is approved by Boeing. An activity identifier code assigned to the entity that is responsible for assigning the two elements that create the Unique Identification (UID) marking (typically MFR and SER). Methods that provide the greatest color difference between the substrate material and the part mark. For example, black ink on a white painted surface.

Cell Character (Data Character) Critical Parts

Critical Safety Item (CSI) Data Matrix Code Symbol (2D Matrix)

DD Data Element Qualifiers / Wrappers

Engineering Definition Enterprise Identifier (EID)

High Contrast Part Marking Method

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Human Readable Information (HRI) Intrusive Marking Method Issuing Agency Code (IAC)

Markings that are fully readable with the unaided eye, and do not require the use of any interpretive device. A marking method that alters the parts surface in a controlled manner. Surface alteration of the part can be abraded, machined, vaporized, burn, etc.. A code given to the issuing agency of the enterprise identifier. For example Code "D" is given to Allied Committee 135, who is the issuing agency for a CAGE number. Acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation Methods that create color differences that are estimated by changes within shades of gray. For example dot peening of metal surfaces. The Text Element Identifier (TEI) for the Manufacturer's CAGE Code. The general description of markings that are scanned and read into computer memory as identification. A 2D matrix that contains the Current Boeing Part Number, applicable TEI (PNR), and DD Data Element Qualifiers / Wrappers. The Text Element Identifier for the Current Boeing part number. If hardware does not have a Boeing part number, then the manufactures part number maybe used. Area of high reflectance (free space) around all four sides of the machine readable matrix. Also called a "Margin" or a "Clear Area". The Text Element Identifier for unique serial number that is assigned by the Enterprise Identifier (EID) / manufacturer (MFR). The SER must be the final serialization of the component. Unless otherwise specified, the SER shall be per Construct 1 and assigned per procedures approved by Boeing Quality and Engineering. The indenter pin used by Dot Peening Machine Are the standardized acronyms used to denote the information provided (i.e. SER, MFR, etc.). All TEIs are four characters in length. Three alpha characters followed by a space. A set of data with a maximum of 78 Characters for hardware identification that is globally unique and unambiguous. Generally the unique identification data string only exists in databases. The identification shall ensure data integrity and data quality throughout the life of the asset. A 2D matrix that contains the Manufacture's cage code, serial number, applicable TEIs and DD Data Element Qualifiers. The elements in this matrix are use to create the unique identification number.

LASER Low Contrast Part Marking Method MFR Machine Readable Information (MRI) Part Number Matrix

PNR

Quiet Zone

SER

Stylus Text Element Identifiers (TEI's)

Unique Identification (UID)

UID Matrix

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MANUFACTURING CONTROL

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This specification involves the use of chemical substances that are hazardous. Boeing personnel shall refer to the work area Hazard Communication Handbook for health effect and control measure information contained in the HazCom Info Sheets and Material Safety Data Sheets. For disposition of hazardous waste materials, consult site environmental engineers for proper disposal methods. Non­Boeing personnel should refer to manufacturer's material safety data sheet(s) and their employer's safety instructions. 8.1 8.1.1 GENERAL UID POLICY a. The Unique Identification (UID) is created in an informational database from the combination of machine readable information, specifically the issuing Agency Code, serial number, CAGE code and part number. There are two methods for creating the UID. Construct 1 utilizes only the unique serial number (SER) and the manufacturer's CAGE code (MFR). Construct 2 utilizes the serial number, CAGE Code and original part number (note: original part number is not designated PNR). Identification systems that comply with Construct 1 can also comply with Construct 2 however, the reverse is not true. Computer programming Logic determines and adds the Issuing agency code (in our case "D" for CAGE Code) plus the appropriate data elements. Therefore, UID is a "digitally constructed" of a new data item through software and does not actually appear on the part. UID Construct Selection 1.) For Boeing Manufactured Hardware: Shall use Construct 1 serialization method for compliance to the UID policy. Construct 1 requires unique serialization within the manufacturer's CAGE code. Therefore, UID compliance is independent of part number. 2.) For Supplier's Hardware: It is recommended that all manufactures comply with Construct 1 for compliance to the UID Policy. Manufacturers that currently have a Construct 2 serialization schema that complies with the requirement of Department of Defense Guide to Uniquely Identifying Items ­ Assuring Valuation, Accountability and Control of Government Property is permitted for use. The supplier's serialization specification which defines all data identifiers along with the methodology of assigning and maintaining serial numbers, regardless of the construct chosen, shall be submitted for approval by Boeing. c. d. UID Policy requires that machine readable part marking methods be utilized on selected (not all) components. Components that require UID compliant part marking shall state all part marking requirements for both machine readable and human readable information on the Engineering Definition. Only Serial Number (SER), CAGE Code (MFR) and Current Part Number (PNR) have requirements to be presented in machine readable format. The UID requirements are in addition to other contractual requirements. For example 77272SOCN123SX1234 (where 123X1234 represents part number) D210-13613-2 8

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shall be present on the part of a source control article when required by MIL-STD-130. g. The hierarchy of part marking data elements is illustrated in Table I. TABLE I HIERARCHY OF PART MARKING DATA ELEMENTS For NON-Critical Parts Elements for UID: CAGE and Serial Number 2D Desired Absolute Minimum X X HRI X Separate Part Mark for Current Part Number2 HRI X X 2D X For Critical Parts1 Elements for UID: CAGE and Serial Number 2D X X HRI X X Separate Part Mark for Current Part Number2 HRI X X 2D X

2D

2D Matrix Machine Readable Information

HRI

Human Readable Information

ABCDEFG-0123456789

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MACHINE READABLE PART MARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PARTS EXCEPT CRITICAL PARTS a. b. The Engineering Definition shall state part mark in accordance with BAC5307 (or MIL-STD-130) and D210-13613-2. Locations of marks, marking methods and over coating requirements (if applicable) shall be as stated and shown on the Engineering Definition. Marking method, when applicable, shall conform to the requirements of BAC 5307, and be specified using BAC 5307 codes. 1.) The part marking shall at a minimum include the manufacturer's CAGE code (MFR) and unique serial number (SER) in 2D Matrix format. 2.) The current part number (PNR) shall always be present in human readable format. The 2D Matrix containing the current part number is required if space permits. 3.) If space permits, the manufacturer's CAGE code (MFR) and unique serial number (SER) and shall be part marked in HRI format. When human readable information does not include the part number, serial number and CAGE code, the parts must be packaged and the package labeled

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in accordance with BAC5307 Code P. The packaging label shall include MRI in the 2D Matrix, 1D linear bar code and HRI formats for SER, MFR and PNR d. 8.1.3 See Table I for hierarchy of part marking data elements.

MACHINE READABLE PART MARKING OF CRITICAL PARTS a. b. c. Critical Parts require serialization for complete traceability and record keeping in accordance with 145-PJ-002, D210-11000-1, and/or D210-10302-1. The Engineering Definition shall state part mark in accordance with BAC5307 and D210-13613-2. Locations of marks, marking methods and over coating requirements (if applicable) shall be as stated and shown on the Engineering Definition. Marking method, when applicable, shall conform to the requirements of BAC 5307, and be specified using BAC 5307 codes. 1.) The part marking shall at a minimum include manufacturer's CAGE code (MFR) and unique serial number (SER) in both a 2D Matrix format and Human Readable format. 2.) The current part number (PNR) shall always be present in human readable format and if space allows the 2D matrix code shall be present. See Table I for hierarchy of part marking data elements.

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MACHINE READABLE INFORMATION FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS ATA Spec 2000 and ISO/TS 21849 a. This specification has selected to utilize format DD. Format DD requires Text Element Identifiers (TEI) for part marking information. b. ISO21849 conveys the information listed in ATA Spec2000 Chapter 9. c. NASA-STD-6002 and NASA-HDBK-6003 provides technical information on 2D Matrix part marking.

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MACHINE READABLE PART MARKING DIMENSIONS AND QUALITY GENERAL

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Machine readable Information (MRI) shall be at least a quality level of 3.0 (Grade B) in accordance with ISO/IEC 15415, except for the contrast rating maybe a 1.0 (Grade D). Any combination of angle light or aperture size allowed by ISO 15415 may be used. The best combination utilized shall be included when ever the grade quality of the mark is reported. The mark shall be capable of maintaining a minimum "Grade C" quality over the service life of the item marked, except for the contrast rating which shall be Grade D. The marking method(s) and location of the mark shall be stated on the Engineering Definition. High contrast part marking methods are preferred. All marking shall be permanent and capable of withstanding environmental exposure and cleaning procedures consistent with the product to which it is applied to. If necessary, utilize clear coatings to protect inks, paints or other part marks from fluid, abrasion, or other environmental effects.

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When ever practical, the UID matrix should be to the left and / or top in relationship to the placement of the Part Number Matrix. (Figure 7).

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2D MATRIX PART MARKS a. b. ECC 200 2D Matrix from ISO/IEC 16022 is required, see Figure 1. Use Format "DD" with Text Element Identifiers (TEIs) and Data Element Qualifiers / Wrappers as described in the "Department of Defense Guide to Uniquely Identifying Items". This format utilizes TEIs described in ATA Spec 2000 Chapter 9 (ISO/TS 21849) and MIL-STD-130 to denote data items. The following TEI shall be used for Construct #1. MFR (for Cage Code), SER (for Construct 1 serial number), and PNR (for Current Part Number) Cell size for 2D Matrix symbols shall be no smaller than 0.0075 inch and no larger than .020 inch, unless specified on the Engineering Definition. The recommended minimum cell size for ease of readability is dependent on the type of reader, marking method and the surface finish of the area being marked. The recommended maximum average surface roughness (Ra) for a cell sized at 0.0075 is 20 millionth of an inch. The recommended minimum cell size for an average surface roughness (Ra) of 125 millionth of an inch is 0.015 inch. See Figure 2 for a guide in establishing a minimum cell size. The size of the 2D matrix is dependent upon the amount of information that is required to be encoded and the cell size of the matrix. Typically the UID Matrix will have a 22 x 22 cell array (per the ECC 200 format), and the Part Number matrix will have a 20 x 20 cell array. Thus recommended size for a square 2D Matrix symbol is typically between 0.20 inch to 0.50 inch square, however the matrix shall not be larger than 1 inch. The preferred Quite Zone (free space) around the 2D part mark is 0.05 inch in all directions, however the Quite Zone width shall be at least equal to one cell size. The recommended minimum quiet zone for marking methods that produce a round dot (such as dot peen and ink jet) is width of at least four cell sizes. The 2D matrix can be created in a square or rectangular format. The square format is preferred, and shall be used when space / geometry permits. If it is necessary for the 2D matrix to be applied to a cylindrical shaped area (either concave or convex) a rectangular matrix may be required. The 2D Matrix shall be positioned and sized to fit within 5% (a sector of 18°) of the circumference. This is to assure that the entire machine readable code is within the reflective light band (of the readers) that emanates from the spine of the curve (see Figure 3 and Figure 4).

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Quiet Zone

Clock Track Cells

Cell

FIGURE 1 TYPICAL ECC 200 2D MATRIX

Recommended Cell Size vs. Surface Texture

0.025

Minimum Cell Size (inch)

0.02 0.015 0.01 0.005 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300

Average Roughness ( µ- inch)

FIGURE 2 RELATIONSHIP OF CELL SIZE VERSUS SURFACE ROUGHNESS

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FIGURE 3 18° REFLECTIVE LIGHT BAND

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18° Sector - 5% of the circumference

Reflective Light Band of the Readers

Rectangular 2 D Matrix

FIGURE 4 REFLECTIVE LIGHT BAND ON CYLINDRICAL SURFACE 8.3.3 HUMAN READABLE PART MARKS The recommended minimum character height shall be 0.08 inch (5.76 points), larger text is acceptable however, the height shall not be smaller than 0.05 inch (3.6 points). A quiet zone of .05 inch is also recommended. 8.4 MARKING METHODS The primary marking methods used for direct part marking are: Dot Peen Electro-Chemical Marking (ECM) Electro-Chemical Etching Electro-Chemical coloring Ink Jet Stencil Laser Bond Laser Marking Other methods, when specified by a Boeing approved Engineering Definition are allowed. 8.4.1 DOT PEENING Dot Peening is a low contrast intrusive marking method. This method produces a round indentation by striking the marker stylus against the surface of the material being marked. A Set-up / Technique Card shall be developed for each part number to be marked. Set-up / Technique Card for parts controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1, and / or 145-PJ-002 shall receive approval from Boeing Engineering prior to marking of production hardware. Set-up / Technique Card shall be submitted with the frozen manufacturing plan for the critical part or when a change to the approved Set-up / Technique Card is required. Boeing Materials Engineering reserves the right to request a sample(s) for metallurgical evaluation and approval. Set-up / Technique Card shall identify tolerances, ranges, and/or control limits as applicable and include at a minimum the following information: a. Part number b. Type of Stylus (type of tip, pin diameter, spherical tip radius, ect.) c. Dot spacing d. Number of dots per cell e. Nominal Cell Size produced

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Air Pressure or Force Gap distance between retracted Stylus and part being marked Method of measuring gap Identification number of special tooling / holding fixture Marking Speed (if applicable) Depth of mark Quality of Mark ­ Verifer data

Stylus tip shall be carbide or diamond (diamond preferred). The spherical radius of the stylus tip shall be 0.005 to 0.010 inch, unless a 0.004 inch radius is approved by Boeing Materials Engineering. The Stylus shall have a 30° cone angle (120° included) tip. A single strike per data cell is preferred. When multiple strikes are used to create a larger dot diameter, thus a larger 2D matrix, an odd number of strikes shall be used (i.e. 3x3, 5x5) in order to have an indent at the center of the cell. See Figure 5. Gaps between dots shall be less then 50% of the cell size. The diameter of the dot shall be 90% ± 10% of the cell dimension. If limited space does not allow a 0.05 quiet zone, it is recommended that the quiet zone be at least equal to the width of four cells. The part shall be secured to prevent movement during the marking operation. Part shall be suitable cleaned prior to marking Quality assurance checks shall be incorporated to ensure the proper condition of the marking equipment and quality of the mark is being maintained.

FIGURE 5 MULTIPLE IMPRESIONS PER CELL 8.4.2 ELECTRO-CHEMICAL MARKING Electrochemical marking is an intrusive marking method that can be applied to conductive metalic parts. Electro-chemical machining can be accomplished by Electro-Chemical Etching or Electro-Chemical coloring. A Set-up / Technique Card shall be developed for each part number to be marked. Set-up / Technique Card for parts controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1, and / or 145-PJ-002 shall receive approval from Boeing Engineering prior to making of production hardware. Set-up / Technique Card shall be submitted with the frozen manufacturing plan for the critical part or when a change to the approved Set-up / Technique Card is required. Boeing Materials Engineering reserves the right to request a sample(s) for metallurgical evaluation and approval.

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Set-up / Technique Card shall identify tolerances, ranges, and/or control limits as applicable and include at a minimum the following information: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. Part Number(s) Type of Electro-Chemical Mark(s) Type of Etching Stencils Method of part grounding (Plate or hand ground) Solution Type(s) Power and Timer Setings Type of Neutralizer (if applicable) Power Source used (DC or AC) Identification number of special tooling / holding fixture (if applicable) Depth of Mark Quality of Mark ­ Verifer data

Electro-Chemical Etching is accomplished by applying a DC potential across an electrolyte which cause the metal to be transferred to the applicator pad. Etching depth can range from 0.0001 to 0.01 inch. Etching maybe followed by electrochemical coloring if so stated on the Boeing approved technique card. Electro-Chemical Coloring is accomplished by applying an AC potential across an electrolyte which causes the metal to oxidized (color). All traces of electrolyte and neutralizer (if applicable) shall be removed from the entire component immediately after completing the marking process. Electrolyte, washing solution, and neutralizer (if applicable) shall not be allowed to run into any opening or crevice. Part shall be suitable cleaned prior to marking Quality assurance checks shall be incorporated to ensure the proper condition of the marking equipment and quality of the mark is being maintained. 8.4.3 INK JET Ink jet marking is a non-intrusive marking method. This method produces a round mark by propelling ink globules to the surface of the part being marked. The color of the ink shall be chosen to give a high contrast mark. A Set-up / Technique Card shall be developed for each part number to be marked. Set-up / Technique Card shall identify tolerances, ranges, and/or control limits as applicable and include at a minimum the following information: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Part Number(s) Type of Ink Gap distance between printer head and part being marked Speed Air Pressure Identification number of special tooling / holding fixture (if applicable) Type of overcoat Quality of Mark ­ Verifer data

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Unless otherwise approved by Boeing Materials Engineering, Ink and overcoat used shall be per BAC 5307. Unless otherwise specified on the Engineering Definition, all ink jet marks shall receive a clear overcoat per BAC 5307. A single ink dot per data cell is preferred. When multiple impressions are used to create a larger dot diameter, thus a larger 2D matrix, an odd number of ink dots shall be used (i.e. 3x3, 5x5) in order to have a dot at the center of the cell. See Figure 5. The recommended minimum cell size is 0.020 inch and the recommended minimum quite zone is a width that is at least equal to four cell sizes. Part shall be suitable cleaned prior to marking Quality assurance checks shall be incorporated to ensure the proper condition of the marking equipment and quality of the mark is being maintained. 8.4.4 STENCIL Stencil markings can be a intrusive or non-intrusive marking method that deposits a media onto the part using a mask. Unless specified on the Engineering Definition, only nonintrudive / high contrast methods shall be used. Set-up / Technique Card shall be developed for each part number to be marked. If an intrusive method is allowed by the Engineering Definition, the Set-up / Technique Card for parts controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1, and / or 145-PJ-002 shall receive approval from Boeing Engineering prior to making of production hardware. Set-up / Technique Card for an intrusive method shall be submitted with the frozen manufacturing plan for the critical part or when a change to the approved Set-up / Technique Card is required. Boeing Materials Engineering reserves the right to request a sample(s) for metallurgical evaluation and approval. Set-up / Technique Card shall identify tolerances, ranges, and/or control limits as applicable and include at a minimum the following information: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Part Number(s) Type of masking media Type of marking agents Method of appling media Identification number of special tooling / holding fixture (if applicable) Type of overcoat (if applicable) Quality of Mark ­ Verifer data

Unless otherwise approved by Boeing Materials Engineering, marking agents shall be limited to inks per BAC 5307, or paint per BAC5308. Unless otherwise approved by Boeing Materials Engineering, overcoats (required for inks and paints) shall be per BAC 5307. Part shall be suitable cleaned prior to marking Quality assurance checks shall be incorporated to ensure the proper condition of the marking equipment and quality of the mark is being maintained.

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LASER BONDING Laser bonding is a marking method that involves thermally bonding of additional material to the part. The heat generated by laser must be controlled to minimize the metallurgical effects to the part. A Set-up / Technique Card shall be developed for each part number to be marked. Set-up / Technique Card for parts controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1, and / or 145-PJ-002 shall receive approval from Boeing Engineering prior to making of production hardware. Set-up / Technique Card shall be submitted with the frozen manufacturing plan for the critical part or when a change to the approved Set-up / Technique Card is required. Boeing Materials Engineering shall evaluate and approve representative metallurgical sample(s) for each laser and substrate material condition. Set-up / Technique Card shall identify tolerances, ranges, and/or control limits as applicable and include at a minimum the following information: a. Part Number b. Material type of part and condition of the area being marked (i.e. Carburized 9310 Material) c. Type of pigment media d. Method of application of pigment (i.e. painted, sprayed, rolled, etc.) e. Type and model number of laser f. Gap distance between laser head and part being marked g. Laser apature and lens used h. Speed i. Power setting(s) j. Q-Switch setting (if applicable) k. Identification number of special tooling / holding fixture (if applicable) l. Metallurgical effects: Limits of recast, rehardening and total heat effected zone m. Type of overcoat (if applicable) n. Quality of Mark ­ Verifer data Laser Bonding Parameters shall be verified using a scrap material or test coupons made of the same material and condition of the area of the part being marked prior to each production lot run or per approved procedure. The supplier's Laser Marking Specification shall be submitted to Boeing Engineering for approval. The pigment media shall be stirred or agitated prior to each application to ensure proper suspension The pigment media shall be applied in a manner to ensure uniform distribution of the material to be bonded, uniform color, and uniform adhesion. If two or more Lasers of the same model number will be utilized, a metallurgical sample from each shall be submitted to Boeing Materials Engineering when samples are requested. When applicable overcoat shall be per the Boeing Engineering Definition.

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Part shall be suitable cleaned prior to marking. Quality assurance checks shall be incorporated to ensure the proper condition of the marking equipment, control of the metallurgical effects and quality of the mark is being maintained. 8.4.5 LASER MARKING There are many categories of Laser Marking, however all Laser marking of metallic surfaces shall be qualified by both visual and metallurgical testing. Some of the more common laser marking methods to metallic hardware include Laser Coloring, Laser Etching, and Laser Engraving. The Laser Etching and Laser Engraving methods can be applied directly to the part or to a surface coating (i.e. anodize). Laser Induced Vapor Deposition (LIVD) is a method that can be used for marking of transparent nonmetallic materials. A more in depth description of each laser marking method and their limitations can be found in NASA-HDBK-6003. Laser Marking is only permitted when specified on the Boeing approved Engineering Definition and is only allowed in the area identified on the Engineering Definition. A Set-up / Technique Card shall be developed for each part number to be marked. All Set-up / Technique Cards shall receive approval from Boeing Engineering prior to making of production hardware and require re-approval when a change is proposed to the approved Set-up / Technique Card. Set-up / Technique Cards for parts controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1, and / or145-PJ-002 shall be submitted with the frozen manufacturing plan for the critical part, and shall be identified as critical operations. Boeing Materials Engineering shall evaluate and approve representative metallurgical sample(s) for each laser and substrate material condition. Set-up / Technique Card shall identify tolerances, ranges, and/or control limits as applicable and include at a minimum the following information: a. Part Number b. Material type of part and condition of the area being marked (i.e. Carburized 9310 Material) c. Type of laser marking being applied. d. Depth of mark e. Type and model number of laser f. Gap distance between laser head and part being marked g. Laser apature and lens used h. Speed, Power setting(s), Q-Switch setting (if applicable) for each pass i. Number of passes j. Identification number of special tooling / holding fixture (if applicable) k. Metallurgical effects: Limits of recast, rehardening and total heat effected zone l. Type of overcoat (if applicable) m. Quality of Mark ­ Verifer data Laser Parameters shall be verified using a scrap material or test coupons made of the same material and condition of the area of the part being marked prior to each production lot run or per approved procedure. The supplier's Laser Marking Specification shall be submitted to Boeing Engineering for approval.

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If two or more Lasers of the same model number will be utilized, a metallurgical sample from each shall be submitted to Boeing Materials Engineering when samples are requested. When applicable overcoat shall be per the Boeing Engineering Definition. Part shall be suitable cleaned prior to marking. Quality assurance checks shall be incorporated to ensure the proper condition of the marking equipment, control of the metallurgical effects and quality of the mark is being maintained. 8.5 RE-IDENTIFY THE PART In the event that a part marking needs to be changed / re-Identified, the mark may be polished within the limits of the Engineering Definition to remove the mark and all of its metallurgical effects. If polishing is performed with the aid of pneumatic or power equipment, all of the appropriate nondestructive evaluation(s) shall be performed per the specification(s) called out on the Engineering Definition. In the event that polishing would result in a nonconformance condition or is considered a high risk operation to the part, the markings may be "lined-out". Human readable information shall have one line through the entire word or number being changed unless only the suffix (i.e. dash number) is being changed. In that case only the end digit(s) shall be "lined-out" as shown in Figure 6. The new word, number or suffix shall be marked in a location and with a method designated by Engineering Definition. The Machine Readable Matrix shall be render unreadable by lining out the Clock Track cells, in addition to "X'ing" out the mark. See Figure 6. The clock track cells (identified in Figure 1) are the cells in the two perimeter rows that are alternating light and dark. The Clock track cells are typically found on the top and right hand side of the 2D matrix. The new matrix shall be marked in a location and with a method designated by Engineering Definition.

FIGURE 6 REIDENTIFICATION OF TYPICAL PART NUMBER MATRIX

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QUALITY CONTROL SOURCE APPROVAL a. Sources shall be subject to an initial audit and periodic audits to validate that a compliant serialization system has been implemented and that proper quality control procedures are in place to assure: I. Quality / Readability of the marks II. Compliance to Metallurgical control requirements b. Cognizant Boeing Quality Assurance personnel shall conduct these audits at the suppliers' facility and list approved facilities in D1-4426 I. List approved part marking method(s) i.e. DP or Laser, etc c. The audit frequency shall be determined by Quality Assurance and may be adjusted to suit each supplier. d. For parts or assemblies controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1 and / or 145-PJ-002, serialization systems must assure complete traceability in accordance with these documents. REQUIREMENTS BOEING ORGANIZATIONS DESIGN ENGINEERING a. Incorporate all part marking requirements for machine readable and human readable part marks on the engineering eefinition. b. Define or approve each marking method and location. c. Define or approve the pertinent information to be included on each part. d. When the part marking is part of a Source Control Drawing, review the supplier's proposed marks for compliance to this document. e. Review and approve serialization procedures and critical part control requirements for parts fabricated in accordance D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1 and / or 145-PJ-002.

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11.1.2

MATERIALS ENGINEERING a. Review and approve serialization procedures and critical part control requirements for parts fabricated in accordance D210-10302-1 and/or 145-PJ-002. b. Review and approve part marking procedures. c. Participate in supplier audits as required to assure compliance to the requirements of D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1 and / or 145-PJ-002. d. Review part marking processes for clarity and technical compliance. e. Evaluate samples, when requested for metallurgical compliance. f. Provide technical support to achieve the desired part marking results. g. Update this specification as required.

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SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT AND PROCUREMENT (SM&P) a. Arrange facility surveys as required. b. Coordinate new serialization and part marking requirements with suppliers. c. Provide suppliers with current copies of all pertinent documents and Engineering Definitions.

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d. Supplier procedures and specifications shall be forwarded to Data Management for routing to Engineering and Quality for review and approval.

e. Inform supplier of the approval and/or required changes to the submitted

procedures.

f. Forward electronic data of UID compliant parts to Quality.

11.1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE a. b. Review and approve serialization procedures. Review and approve serialization procedures to assure compliance to the Construct method chosen and critical part control requirements for parts fabricated in accordance D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1, and / or 145-PJ-002. Audit supplier systems for serialization and part marking quality control. List approved suppliers in D1-4426 Validate that machine readable and human readable part marks meet the Engineering Definition requirements during source inspection or receiving inspection. Validate that the part mark quality level is compliant to the requirements of this specification. Use the electronic data to maintain a documentation system to show compliance to UID part marking requirements.

c. d. e.

f.

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MANUFACTURING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT a. Assist suppliers and in-house fabrication shops with the implementation of equipment to meet the requirements of this specification.

b. Provide technical support to achieve the desired part marking results.

11.2 11.2.1 SUPPLIER REQUIREMENTS SYSTEM CONTROLS a. Develop a serialization system that is compliant to this specification and maintain uniqueness within the construct method chosen (Construct 1 is preferred). b. For parts controlled by D210-11000-1, D210-10302-1 and / or 145-PJ-002 the serialization system must provide complete traceability in accordance with these documents. c. Implement equipment and software to assure that 2D Matrix codes contain the proper information. d. Certify the quality compliance of the mark. e. Supplier shall support Boeing audits to the requirements of this document. f. Supplier shall submit written procedures for review and approval that describe the serialization system and its compliance to this document and the critical parts documents.

g. Changes to Boeing approved serialization procedures shall not be implemented

without prior Boeing approval. compliant part marks.

h. Provide electronic data summary to Boeing SM&P for parts shipped with UID

11.2.2 PART MARKING CONTROLS a. Mark parts in accordance with the Boeing Engineering Definition

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b. Validate that machine readable and human readable part marks meet the

Engineering Definition requirements prior to submitting parts to Boeing Source or Receiving Inspection.

c. Submit preproduction metallurgical test samples (as applicable). d. Supplier shall submit written procedures for marking methods that describe the

detail process controls for marking of critical parts. 12.0 TEST METHODS Hand held and or stationary part mark scanning equipment and software shall be utilized to designate the quality level of machine readable part marks. QUALIFICATION N/A PART MARKING EXAMPLES All TEI's are four characters in length, consisting of three letters followed by a space. The TEI is incorporated into the matrix to identify the purpose (SER, MFR or PNR) of the data. Excluding the four characters of the TEIs, the SER and PNR shall not exceed 15 characters in length, unless approved by Boeing Engineering. See Table IV for number of characters summary. TABLE II CHARACTER SUMMARY Current Part Number TEI Minimum Number of Characters Perferred1 Maximum Number of Characters DoD2 Maximum Number of Characters ISO 21849 Maximum Number of Characters 1 2 PNR 1 15 Serial Number SER 1 15 Manufacturer Code (CAGE Code) MFR 5 5

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2D AND HUMAN READABLE PART MARKING Typical Part ­ (Fictitious Part ­ for Illustration Purpose Only - Not to Scale)

FIGURE 7 TYPICAL PART MARK

MFR 77272

MFR is the Text Element Identifier for the Manufacturer's CAGE Code. 77272 represents the 5 characters of the CAGE Code

SER 2003A112

SER is the Text Element Identifier for the unique Manufacturer's Serial Number. 2003A112 represents the Alpha-numeric characters of the unique serial number within that CAGE Code Represents the 2D Data Matrix Code that contains "MFR 77272" and "SER 2003A112" and the DD Data Element Qualifiers / Wrappers. The UID will be electronically created from this information.

PNR 432Y1234-3

PNR is the Text Element Identifier for the Current Part Number. 432Y1234-3 represents the Current Part Number Represents the 2D Matrix Code that will contain "PNR 432Y1234-3" and the DD Data Element Qualifiers / Wrappers.

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2D DATA MATRIX PART MARKS Format DD for 2D Part Marks including the Data Element Qualifiers / Wrappers Example based upon the Department of Defense Guide for Uniquely Identifying Items, Version 1.4, dated April 16, 2004. (Collaborative AIT Solution) [)>RSDDGSMFR 12345GSSER ABCD2003ABCD01RSE0T

Where:

[)>

R S

is a three ­ character compliance indicator A format trailer character to indicate the end of a data format envelope A special interim DoD-specific format header, which indicates TEI's recommended by the Collaborative AIT Solutions (Department Of Defense Guide to Uniquely Identifying Items Version 1.4 dated April 16, 2004) are being. Data element separator used between data fields The four character TEI (three letters followed by a space) for the EID manufacturer's CAGE code. is the five character CAGE code assigned by the Allied Committee 135 of the EID. Note: "D" is the IAC for the Allied Committee 135. The four character TEI (three letters followed by a space) for the unique serial number within the MFR CAGE code (Construct 1). is the unique serial number within the MFR CAGE code. This Serial Number is limited to 15 characters, but may be as few characters as are required to assure unique serialization within the CAGE code. Do not add additional "place holders" such as extra zeros before the serial number. A format trailer character to indicate the end of a data format envelope Message trailer which identifies the end of the message within the data stream

DD

G S

MFR 12345

SER

ABCD2003ABCD01

R

S

E

0T

The computer generated UID number for the above example would be:

D12345ABCD2003ABCD01

Were D is the IAC, 12345 is the Cage Code, and ABCD2003ABCD01 is the Construct1 serial number. NOTE: The MFR (Cage Code) shall be first then the Serial Number (SER) in the UID Matrix. The actual UID number (i.e. D12345ABCD2003ABCD01) is not present anywhere on the part but is software generated from the information in the 2D Matrix.

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