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I'm curious how all of you out there handle your drawing revision system. Ours is dictated in letter format meaning in the 1st round of approvals all sheets are status "A". After that ONLY sheets which are revised move up to the next letter, so some sheets throughout the project duration may not change therefore remain at "A" status. The last sheet of a drawing set is always our revision control sheet which shows what sheets have changed as well as a brief description of that change.
The reason I'm bringing this up is we have a customer that doesn't like our system and wants all sheets to have the same revision status even if some sheets didn't change. To me this doesn't make sense and may cause our shop guys to be confused therefore leading to other issues. So in essence, should a company change it's drawing process to pacify one customer? If so wouldn't that mean constantly changing your drawing standards to suit everybody? Would like to hear some input on this, see attached as an example of our drawings for reference.