I didn't see one so I am gonna open it in the hopes that someone can help.
Two years ago I did a course in which I studied AutoCAD, I was really good at it but forgot most of it since then, so I am trying to refresh it. Now when I studied I used the standard of my country, and now I am interested in using an international or european standard as I am in a different country.
Would you be able to point me in the right direction as what kind of landscape and portrait templates(image related) are used in Europe as a general basis for Industrial Maintenance area. Also what kind annotation standard is in use.
The 'standards' are just print sizes. There's no standards designed for the title block. Just put the titleblock on the bottom of the unbound side of the plans, i.e. opposite the staples.
Title blocks usually are organized with information vertically in more or less this order:
Scale (either the scale used or the word 'varies' if multiple drawings or sections in different scales are present)
The fact is most firms have their own titleblock designs organized in various ways. But as long as you include all the above information in more or less that order everyone will easily understand what's going on.
no unfortunately I have no templates in digital form.
Bul search for ISO prat drawing on google if you would like to see how ISO or DIN templates look like. I think you can make them your self. But ask on the Autodesk community forum. They will know better.
This are the heads for A3 format we used beck when i was at university. I think they are standard ISO templates. Bottom is for Part drawing, middle is for assembly and top is for welded parts. I do not have them in digital form though.
But as >>929046 said. Each company uses their own variation, but as long as it has the all the necessary info it should be ok and nobody will care.