2 Introduction This Tutorial is a brief introduction to the power of CADPIPE 3D DESIGN. We will show you a few key features and the general procedures for creating 3D piping designs. This is not an AutoCAD tutorial. You must have a basic working knowledge of AutoCAD in order to use CADPIPE and to fully benefit from this Tutorial. Command Access You can use CADPIPE with a mouse, choosing all commands from the pull-down menus. CADPIPE 3D DESIGN also offers toolbars, with buttons for specific commands. Next to each pull-down menu command the corresponding toolbar button will be shown: Select Specifications from the 3DDesign menu. Responding to Prompts All text that appears on the computer screen is set apart from the explanatory body copy: we use a different type style. The appropriate response to a prompt is in bold. The metric equivalent to an imperial entry is in brackets: Prompt: RESPONSE <Return> (1050) When you are required to pick a point on the drawing, we indicate the point in the text by <P1>, <P2>, etc., and then show the corresponding P point in an illustration. For example: Column/First Point for Beam: MID of <P1> (Using OSNAP MIDpoint, pick the center of the inner face of the upright beam A4, <P1>.) Elevation of Beam <1'-0">: 13'(3962) (Enter 13 for the beam elevation.) For accuracy, place fittings with the aid of OSNAP OVERRIDES. With a two-button mouse, you can hold down the <Shift> key on the keyboard while pressing the right mouse button. This will call up the OSNAPS menu. Angle of Rotation For angle of rotation, your system must be set to the AutoCAD defaults:
3 3D-2 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL East 3 o clock = 0 North 12 o clock = 90 West 9 o clock = 180 South 6 o clock = 270 Getting Started Running the CADPIPE Demonstration Version If you are evaluating the CADPIPE programs and are running CADPIPE without hardware locks, you will be restricted to a 25 day demonstration period. During the setup, select the Imperial Demo version. > Place the CADPIPE CD into the CD-ROM drive. The CD should start on its own. If not, continue with the following prompts. > Click Run in the Start menu. > Type c:install (where c: is the letter of the disk drive). > Click OK. Create a New Drawing > Click the 3D Design icon in the Windows Program Manager. > The base and completed tutorial drawings should be listed in the 3DDES Drawings window of the CADPIPE Project Manager. Select 3DBASE (M3DBASE), and click Launch 3D DESIGN. > Once you have completed the tutorial and you are ready to begin drawing on your own, you create a new drawing by clicking Create Dwg and entering an original name in the Name field and clicking OK. Then highlight the name in the Drawings window and click Launch 3D Design. Views The 3D DESIGN Tutorial is displayed in plan view, and concurrently, in an isometric 3D view. The base drawing has two viewports: PORT 1 (plan) and PORT 2 (isometric). Following are the CADPIPE 3D DESIGN base and finished drawings. Refer to the finished drawing throughout the Tutorial. The finished and base drawing files are stored in the \3DDES directory off the main CAD- PIPE directory and are called 3DDONE.DWG (M3DDONE.DWG in metric CADPIPE) and 3DBASE.DWG (M3DBASE.DWG in metric CADPIPE).
4 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-3 The base drawing for the 3D Design tutorial PORT1 The base drawing for the 3D Design tutorial PORT2
5 3D-4 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL The finished tutorial drawing in PORT1 The finished tutorial drawing in PORT2
6 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-5 Place Column Bases First, place four column bases at A4, B4, A3, and B3 on the column grid. The bases are drawn as columns and are placed on layer labeled COLUMN. Click in PORT 1. Refer to Figure 1. Pick Columns from the STRUCT menu. Point for Column: INT of <P1> (Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P1> in Figure 1. This is the center point for the column.) Base Elevation of Column <0.00>: 0 (Type 0 and press Enter to set the base elevation of the column.) In the Column dialog box, select the following settings: Height (from 0 elevation to top of column base): 12 (305) Width: 24 (610) Depth: 24 (610) Click OK. Press <Return> to reenter the Columns command. Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P2>. In the Column dialog box, select the same settings as for the first column base. Figure 1
7 3D-6 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Copy column bases Copy the bases A4 and B4 to A3 and B3 using the AutoCAD Copy command. Refer to Figure 2. Command: Copy Select objects: <P1> (Pick any edge of the first base <P1>.) Select objects: 1 found, 1 group <P2> (Pick any edge of the second base <P2>.) Select objects: 1 found, 1 group, 2 total Select objects: <Return> Specify Base point or displacement, or [Multiple]: INT of <P3> (Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P3>.) Specify Second point of displacement: INT of <P4> (Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P4>. You may need to zoom in to pick the intersection.) Figure 2 Place Columns Both bases are copied to create two new column bases. See Figure 2. The Columns command allows you to turn a beam vertically and use it as a column. We will use this function to place columns on the bases. Refer to Figure 3. Pick Columns from the STRUCT menu. Point for Column:
8 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-7 Figure 3 Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P1>. Base Elevation of Column <0.00>: 12 (305) (Type 12 and press Enter to set the base elevation.) The Column dialog box appears. Click the Look up Beam button. In the Select Type of Beam dialog box, click I-Beam. You automatically enter the Beam Database dialog box. Select a W14 x 74 (DEM 257 x 362) I-beam from the Beam Database, and click OK. This returns you to the Column dialog box. Notice the beam name and dimensions are automatically updated. Enter 12 or 144 (3658) in the Height field to set the column height. Click OK to place the column.
9 3D-8 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Press <Return> to re-enter the Column command. Place a second column with the same dimensions as the first column at <P2> on Figure 3. Copy columns Copy the columns A4 and B4 to A3 and B3 using the AutoCAD Copy command. Refer to Figure 4.
10 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-9 Select objects: Select objects: 1 found <P1> (Pick the column at <P1>.) Select objects: 1 found, 1 group <P2> (Pick the column at <P2>.) Select objects: 1 found, 1 group, 2 total Select objects: <Return> Specify Base point or displacement, or [Multiple]: INT of <P3> (Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P3>.) Specify Second point of displacement: INT of <P4> (Using OSNAP INTersection, pick <P4>. You may need to zoom in to pick the intersection.) Figure 4 Place Horizontal Beams Next we ll place the horizontal I-beams from columns 3 to column 4. Refer to Figure 5. Select Beams from the STRUCT menu: Pick an I-beam from Select Type of Beam dialog box. Column/First Point for Beam: MID of <P1> (Using OSNAP MIDpoint, pick the center of the inner face of the upright beam A4, <P1>. You may need to zoom in to pick the point.) Elevation of Beam <1'-0"> (305): 13' (3963) (Enter 13 for the beam elevation.) Column/Second Point for Beam: MID of <P2> (Using OSNAP MIDpoint, pick the center of the inner face of the upright beam A3, <P2>. You may need to zoom in to pick the point.) Elevation of Other End <13'-0">: <Return> (Accept the default 13 (3963) for the ending elevation of the beam.) Beam Number or Size/<Enter for Database>: <Return> (Press <Return> to enter the Beam Database dialog box to pick a beam name.)
11 3D-10 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL In the Beam Database dialog box, pick a W 10 x 49 (W 250 x 89) beam. In the Place By section, click Top to set the elevation to Top of Steel. Click OK. Click here to set the elevation to TOS. Place second beam Using the same procedure as demonstrated above, place the second beam (W 10 X 49) (W 250 x 89) at elevation 13 (3963), TOS. Using OSNAP MIDpoint, pick <P3> and <P4>. Refer to Figure 5. Figure 5
12 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-11 Place Cross Beams Using the same procedure as demonstrated above, place the crossbeam (W 10 X 49) (W 250 x 89) at elevation 13 (3963), TOS. Using OSNAP MIDpoint, pick points <P1>, <P2>, <P3>, and <P4>: Refer to Figure 6. Figure 6 Your drawing should now look like this (in PORT 2):
13 3D-12 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Define Design Specifications Before drawing pipe runs and placing fittings or valves we will set the line number, material specification and pipe size. Select Specifications from the 3D Design menu. The Specifications Options dialog box allows you to change the parameters that define the pipe or fittings you are drawing. Set the line number A line number applies to all piping and fittings. Click in the Line Number field and type TUTOR1. This number applies to all items we place on the drawing until the line number is renamed.
14 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-13 Set the material spec Next, set the material specification. Select specification abb1 from the Material Spec Files list menu. ABB1 is one of the many specifications that are supplied with CADPIPE. The specifications contain predefined settings for valves, fittings, and pipe. When the Spec Check command is on, the specification automatically sets defaults such as rating, end type, and schedule. Turn Spec Check on In CADPIPE, the designer can either access everything in the database, or apply a standard specification to restrict the items that can be placed, or use a combination of both. We will place items on the Tutorial drawing with the Spec Check command on. This means that many of the defaults (end type, schedule, rating, etc.) are set automatically by the program according to what is defined in the material specification file for specification ABB1. In the Specification Options dialog box, click the box beside Spec Check. A checkmark indicates that Spec Check is active. Turn Spec Alternate off The Spec Alternate toggle lets you place fittings that are entered as alternates in the specification when Spec Check is on. Any fittings or valves that are different from the default but contained in the spec are displayed in the Select Alternate Fitting Type dialog box. We are only placing default fittings and valves, so make sure this toggle is off. Set the pipe size If the Pipe Size is not already set to 6", select 6"(150mm) from the Pipe Size menu. Once you have set these parameters, click OK to exit. Set the elevation Next, ensure the working elevation is 10. Type Elevation at command prompt. Command: Elevation <Return> Enter new value for Elevation <0-0 >: 10 <Return> (3048) (Enter elevations in feet ( ) and inches ( ). For example, if you were to enter 20 without the symbol for feet, the program would return 1-8. In metric CADPIPE, all units are entered in millimeters. You do not have to include mm at the end of your entry.)
15 3D-14 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Piping Layout Draw Routing Line CADPIPE can use an intelligent 3D line (routing line) to represent a run of pipe. Items placed on the routing line automatically adopt the intelligence (material spec and line number) of the line. Having drawn your routing line, you can place elbows, valves, flanges, fittings, and pipe. You can place horizontal, vertical, rolled, and sloped routing lines. We will draw a Routing Line shown in Figure 8. Select Routing Line from the Place menu. Elevation <10-0 > (3048) Line Designation: <TUTOR1-ABB1> Pedit/Join/Designation/Elevation/Slope/Reference/<First point>: NODE of <P1> of Figure 8 (Use OSNAP Node to pick the face of the nozzle.) Elevation/Roll/Slope/Undo/<To point>: <P2> Elevation/Roll/Slope/Offset-45/Slope/Undo/(To point): E <Return> (Type E to change the elevation of the next segment.) Digitize new elevation <KB Option>: NEAREST to <Return> (Press <Return> to type in the new elevation. You could also digitize an item on the drawing to set your elevation to that contained in the item selected.) Enter new Elevation<10-0 >: 1 6 <Return> (450) Elevation <1-6 > Elevation/Roll/Offset-45/Slope/Undo/<To point>: <P3> Elevation/Roll/Offset-45/Slope/Undo/<To Point>: E <Return> (Type E to change the elevation of the next segment.) Digitize new elevation<kb Option>: NEAREST to <Return> Enter new Elevation<1-6 >: 13 8 <Return> (4150) Elevation <13-8 > Elevation/Roll/Offset-45/Slope/Undo/<To point>: <P4> Elevation/Roll/Offset-45/Slope/Undo/<To point>: <P5> Elevation/Roll/Offest-45/Slope/Undo/<To point>: Press <Return> to exit the Routing Line Command. Figure 8
16 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-15 Place Fittings on the Main Run Place Two Flanges We ll place flanges at the two endpoints of our Routing Line, one on the face of the nozzle (at <P1>) and one at the end of the routing line (at <P2>). Refer to Figure 9. Select Flange from the PLACE menu. The Flange Placement dialog appears. Choose the Weld Neck flange and toggle the insertion point to Flange Face, by pressing the Flange Insert button. Click Place. Face of Flange: <P1> (Use OSNAP Int to pick the face of the nozzle <P1>.) Angle to Butt: (Pick any point along the routing line.) Now place a second flange at the other end of the routing line: Command: <Return> (Press <return> to re-enter the place flange command.) Face of Flange: <P2> (Use OSNAP Endpoint to pick the end of the routing line.) The system asks if you want to change the elevation. Click Yes, because the endpoint of the routing line is at a higher elevation than the nozzle. Angle to Butt: <P3> (Pick any point along the routing line.)
17 3D-16 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Figure 9 Place the Globe Valve First set pipe size to 3 (80mm) in the 3D Design Specifications dialog box. Select Valve from the PLACE menu. The Valve Placement dialog appears. Choose the Globe Valve, toggle the Valve Config to flange on both ends, and the Valve Insert point to Center as show in the picture below. Click the Place button.
18 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-17 Center point: mid of <P1> (Use OSNAP midpoint to pick <P1>. Refer to figure 10.) If the system asks to change the elevation. Click YES on elevation change dialog box. Angle to Outlet Side: <P2> (select a point along routing line.) Figure 10 Select 90 degrees for the stem angle, from the Select Handwheel Angle dialog box. Click OK.
19 3D-18 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Place Reducers Next, place a concentric reducer on either side of the globe valve. Refer to figure 11. Pick Join To from the 3D Design menu. Pipe/Fitting to Join To: <P1> (Select the flange on the valve in Figure 11.) Figure 11 The Auto-Fit dialog box appears. Turn Auto-Fit on by clicking Yes. Select Fitting from the Place menu. The Fitting Placement dialog box appears. Choose the Conc. Reducer, toggle the Fitting Insert point to End by clicking the Fitting Insert Button. Click Place.
20 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-19 A Reducer Selection dialog box will pop up. Select 6 from the Reduce To: menu and click OK. To place a second reducer on the other side of the globe valve, repeat the above steps. Pick Join To from the 3D Design menu. Pipe/Fitting to Join To: <P2> (Select the flange on the valve in Figure 11.) Select Fitting from the Place menu. Choose the Conc. Reducer, toggle the Fitting Insert point to End in the Fitting Placement dialog box. Click the Place button. Choose 6 in the Reducer Selection dialog and click OK.
21 3D-20 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Place Vertical Fittings Before Auto-piping the main ruin (TUTOR1-abb1), we will draw a bypass. Place Elbows Place elbows at each vertex of the routing line using the AUTO-ELBOW command. Select 3DDesign Auto-Elbow. Select Elbow LR from the Auto Elbow dialog box. Digitize start point on routing line: NEAREST (Pick any point along routing line TUTOR1-ABB1.) Digitize end point on routing line <ALL>: NEAREST to <Return> (Press <Return> to AUTO-ELBOW the entire line and <Return> again to exit the Auto-Elbow command.) Left Vertical Segment We will place a piece of pipe and a valve from the elbow on the left vertical run. Refer to Figure 12. Pick Join to from the 3Ddesign menu. Command: Pipe/Fitting to Join to: <P1> Select the entrance of the left elbow, <P1> in Figure 12 (Click YES in the Auto-Fit dialog to turn Auto-fit on). Figure 12
22 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-21 From Place menu, pick Piping, then Cut Length. Join<Length>: 1 <Return> (305) (Type 1 at command prompt, hit return, and one foot of pipe is placed at the end of the elbow.. See Figure 12) Select Valve from the Place menu. In the Valve Placement dialog box, choose Gate Valve. Because Spec Check is on, the Valve Pattern (Regular) is already selected for you. From the Select Handwheel Angle dialog box, pick 180 degrees. (This is the direction at which the stem exits the valve in plan view. Click Ok. The valve is joined to the 1 pipe complete with flanges, gaskets, and handwheel. Refer to Figure 14. Figure 14 The Next step is to join a 6 x 6 x 3 (150 x 150 x 80) reducing tee to the valve. From the Place menu, pick branch. Inside the Branch Placement dialog box, select the Red. Tee and click Place. Highlight 6 x 6 x 3 (150 x 150 x 80) in the Reducing Fitting Selection dialog box and click OK.
23 3D-22 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL The Line Designation for Branch dialog box appears. Change the branch run Line Number to TUTOR2 and keep the Material Spec the same. Click OK. Next, select the rotation angle of the secondary branch (what angle it exits the main run). Select 90 degrees, and click OK. CADPIPE places the reducing tee at the end of the valve. Refer to Figure 15. Figure 15 Right Vertical Segment Now, using the procedure you just completed to place fittings on the left vertical segment, place fittings on the right side. Refer to Figure 16.
24 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-23 Pick Join to from the 3D Design menu. > Pick the exit end of the right vertical elbow. From the Place menu, pick Piping, then Cut length. > Type 1 <Return> (305) for the length of pipe. Pick Valve from the Place menu. > Select the Gate Valve icon. > Click Place. > Pick the angle at which the valve stem will exit the valve. Enter 270 degrees. > Click OK. From the Place menu, choose Branch. > Select the Red. Tee icon. Click Place. > Highlight 6 x 6 x 3 (150 x 150 x 80) in the Reducing Fitting Selection dialog. > Click OK. > Change the branch run Line Number to TUTOR2. > Click OK. > Select 90 degrees for the exit angle. > Click OK. Figure 16
25 3D-24 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Place Horizontal Fittings Fittings on the Bypass We will now add some pipe, an elbow, and two valves to the tee. Select Join to from the 3D Design menu. Pick the branch of the reducing tee coming off the left vertical run, <P1> in Figure 17. The current elevation, line number, size, and end type is updated to match the tee. From the Place menu pick Piping, then Cut Length. Join <Length>: 8 (203) <Return> (Type 8 and an 8 piece of pipe will be added to the tee.) Select Fitting from the Place menu and choose a 90 Deg LR Elbow from the Fitting Placement dialog. Click the Place Button. We will now place a gate valve and a globe valve on the elbow. Refer to Figure 18. Figure 17 Figure 18 Pick Valve from the Place menu. Select the Gate Valve icon. Toggle the Valve Config so that the valve is placed with only one flange. Refer to Figure 19.
26 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-25 Figure 19 Figure 20 Toggle the Valve Insert so that the valve is placed on the flanged side. Refer to figure 19. (Even though the valve icon has two flanges, the valve is placed as shown in the configuration icon with only one flange.) Click Place. Select 0 degrees for the handwheel angle in the Select Angle dialog box, and click OK. Pick Valve from the Place menu. Select the Globe Valve icon and Toggle the Valve Insert so that the valve is placed on the non-flange side, refer to Figure 20. Click Place. Select 0 degrees for handwheel angle in the Select Angle dialog box, and click OK. To finish placement of the valves, use AutoCADs GRIPS to move the valve text to the other side of valves. Refer to Figure 21. Figure 21
27 3D-26 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Auto-Route the Bypass Pick Auto-Route from the 3D Design menu. In the Available Fittings for Auto-Route dialog box, choose the 90 Degree Long Radius Elbow and click OK. Close/Join/Snap/ Elev/<Next Point>: J <Return> (Type J <Return> to select the Join option of the Auto-Route Command.) Pick Pipe/Fitting to Join to: (Pick the right reducing tee. Refer to Figure 22.) Join to reducing tee here. Figure 22
28 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-27 The finished bypass should look like Figure 23. Figure 23 Auto Pipe the Main Run The Auto-Pipe command automatically places pipe along a routing line. Select 3D Design Auto-pipe Digitize routing line <Exit>: Nearest to (Pick any point along line TUTOR1.) The system chooses the proper length pipes and places them. Here are the finished pipe runs TUTOR1 and TUTOR2. Now that the pipe is placed, we will create and label an isometric drawing.
29 3D-28 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Automatic Isometric CADPIPE allows you to easily create and label an isometric drawing. Create an Isometric Drawing The Iso Pipe command allows you to create a quick isometric view of any section of pipe while in plan view, without having to rotate or change AutoCAD View-Ports. Pick Iso Pipe from the TOOLS menu: In the Isometric 3D Design dialog box, define the type of projection you want: We will draw the iso in a top projection plane as illustrated by the isometric cube in the dialog box. Keep the scale factor at 1.00, which is the same scale as the plan view. Command: Entities to Isometrically Project: (Using a Crossing Window, pick runs TUTOR1 and TUTOR2. ) Select objects: 95 Select objects: <Return> (After you have picked all the items to be included in the iso, press <Return>.) Location for Isometric Projection: (Pick a location for the iso. We placed ours above the plan view drawing. The insertion point is the top left corner of the iso.) While the iso is drawn, CADPIPE places a check mark and spool number on each piece of pipe or fitting included in the iso. These check marks and spool numbers. 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-30 appear on the plan view drawing. They are placed on layer SPOOL_CHECKMARK so that you can turn them on or off.
30 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-29 Label the Isometric Use the Label Function command to label the iso drawing and then generate a summary of the labels. Set the layer to BALLOON. Pick Auto-Labeling from the TOOLS Label Function menu: Command: Entities to Label: (Window around the complete iso drawing.) Select objects: Other corner: 270 found, 51 groups Select objects:<return> (General Weld Neck Flange) Undo/Skip/Quit/Last Delta/New Hinge/ <Bubble location>: x210 = (0.00,0.00,1.00) (The program selects the first item in the set, in this case the weld neck flange. Pick a location for the center of this item s balloon. Refer to the figure below for appropriate locations.) (Pipe) Undo/Skip/Quit/Last Delta/New Hinge/<Bubble location>: x210= (0.00,0.00,1.00) (The next item in the run is selected. Continue picking locations for all items in iso. ) The program labels each item with a balloon, leader, arrow, and unique number. As you pick pipe or fittings, the number automatically increments, while all like pipe and fittings receive the same balloon number. Use the Move Label command to quickly move the bubbles to new positions. For a completely dimensioned isometric, you can use the UDE Out command to export the information on your 3D DESIGN drawing to a Universal Data Exchange file. This file can then be used in the CADPIPE ISO module to automatically generate a more detailed isometric drawing.
31 3D-30 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Label Report Next, create and save a report of the label session. Pick Label Report from the TOOLS Label Function menu This will bring up the Industrial Pipe Label Report Generator dialog box. Pick Label Format in the Report Format Section and Pick Display in the Output To section The Label Report dialog box lists and describes all the items that were labeled during the label session. Save this report to a file by clicking the To File button. You can save the label report with filename. The file is given the extension.txt and is saved to the \3DDES working directory. Save this report to TUTOR.txt.
32 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL 3D-31 This text file can be imported to word processing or spread sheet programs and modified for use in other documents. Shortly, we will place this file on the drawing using the Output To - Dwg(Label Only) option. Click OK to exit the Label Report dialog. Save Session Finally, save the label session itself. This will save the label options selected and the last label number. Pick Save Session from the TOOLS Label Function menu: You can save the label session to any spool name. The default is the drawing name. The file is given a.lbl extension and is saved to the \3DDES working directory. Save this report to TUTOR.lbl. Press <Return> to exit the command. Place Report on Drawing Place the label report on the drawing using the Output To - Dwg(Label Only) option. Pick Label Report from the TOOLS Label Function menu This will bring up the Industrial Pipe Label Report Generator dialog box.
33 3D-32 3D DESIGN TUTORIAL Pick Label Format in the Report Format Section and Pick Dwg(Label Only) in the Output To section Click OK and CADPIPE prompts you to select a location to place the Label Report. Congratulations, you have completed the CADPIPE 3D DESIGN Tutorial drawing! You may continue drawing with CADPIPE, as there are many more features that have not been demonstrated through this Tutorial.
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ACAD-BAU TUTORIAL WWW.ARHINOVA.SI For BricsCAD platform August 06 WORKSPACE ACAD-BAU RIBBON ACAD-BAU CONTROL BAR F ACAD-BAU PALETTES BASIC SETTINGS Use New command and open the template called ACB_International.DWT.
NOTES Module 09 Existing and Design Profiles In this module, you learn how to work with profiles in AutoCAD Civil 3D. You create and modify profiles and profile views, edit profile geometry, and use styles
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Getting Started 1. Open up PTC Pro/Desktop by either double clicking the icon or through the Start button and in Programs. 2. Once Pro/Desktop is open select File > New > Design 3. Close the Pallet window
Advance Steel Tutorial Table of contents About this tutorial... 7 How to use this guide...9 Lesson 1: Creating a building grid...10 Step 1: Creating an axis group in the X direction...10 Step 2: Creating
Getting Started with Easy Blue Print User Interface Overview Easy Blue Print is a simple drawing program that will allow you to create professional-looking 2D floor plan drawings. This guide covers the
Modeling Basic Mechanical Components #1 Tie-Wrap Clip This tutorial is about modeling simple and basic mechanical components with 3D Mechanical CAD programs, specifically one called Alibre Xpress, a freely
In this paper, you will learn how to customize the isometricss produced by AutoCAD Plant 3D so that they will meet your CAD and engineering standards as well as the standards of your client. This paper
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AutoCAD 2D Lesson 1 Getting Started Pre-reqs/Technical Skills Basic computer use Expectations Read lesson material Implement steps in software while reading through lesson material Complete quiz on Blackboard
Lesson 6 2D Sketch Panel Tools Inventor s Sketch Tool Bar contains tools for creating the basic geometry to create features and parts. On the surface, the Geometry tools look fairly standard: line, circle,
Chapter 2 Drawing Sketches for Solid Models Learning Objectives After completing this chapter, you will be able to: Start a new template file to draw sketches. Set up the sketching environment. Use various
Creo Revolve Tutorial Setup 1. Open Creo Parametric Note: Refer back to the Creo Extrude Tutorial for references and screen shots of the Creo layout 2. Set Working Directory a. From the Model Tree navigate
Chapter 4 Advance Dimensioning and Base Feature Options Learning Objectives After completing this chapter you will be able to: Dimension the sketch using the autodimension sketch tool. Dimension the sketch
Inventor (10) Module 1G: 1G- 1 Module 1G: Creating a Circle-Based Cylindrical Sheet-metal Lateral Piece with an Overlaying Lateral Edge Seam And Dove-Tail Seams on the Top Edge In Module 1A, we have explored
Page 1 of 6 Introduction The drawing used for this tutorial comes from Clark R. and M.Pause, "Precedents in Architecture", VNR 1985, page 135. Stephen Peter of the University of South Wales developed the
NOTES Module 18 Roadway Plan Production In this module, you learn how to work with Roadway Plan Production tools in AutoCAD Civil 3D. The Plan Production tools are used to automate the generation of plan
SMALL OFFICE TUTORIAL in this lesson you will get a down and dirty overview of the functionality of Revit Architecture. The very basics of creating walls, doors, windows, roofs, annotations and dimensioning.
Chapter 1 Working with Process Flow DiagramsChapter1: In this chapter, you learn about designing piping with AutoCAD MEP. The design phase consists of conceptualizing, modeling, and documenting the necessary
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An Introduction to Dimensioning A precise drawing plotted to scale often does not convey enough information for builders to construct your design. Usually you add annotation showing object measurements
Assignment 13 CAD Mechanical Part 2 Objectives In this assignment you will learn to apply the hatch and break commands along with commands previously learned. General Instructions Hatching 1. When AutoCAD's
A Isometric Drawings ISOMETRIC BASICS Isometric drawings are a means of drawing an object in picture form for better clarifying the object s appearance. These types of drawings resemble a picture of an
80 ` AutoCAD 2D I Object Snap PREPARED BY IAT Curriculum Unit February 2011 Institute of Applied Technology, 2011 Auto CAD Self-paced Learning Modules AutoCAD 2D Object Snap Learning Outcomes: When you
2.1: Sketching Many features that you create in Fusion 360 start with a 2D sketch. In order to create intelligent and predictable designs, a good understanding of how to create sketches and how to apply
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Chapter 2: House Design Tutorial This House Design Tutorial shows you how to get started on a design project. The tutorials that follow continue with the same plan. When we are finished, we will have created
Introduction to Autodesk Inventor for F1 in Schools (Australian Version) F1 in Schools race car In this course you will be introduced to Autodesk Inventor, which is the centerpiece of Autodesk s Digital
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CAD Tutorial In this tutorial you ll learn about: CAD Detail Windows Exploding and Modifying a CAD Block Creating a New CAD Block CAD Detail from View Creating a Plot Plan CAD Detail Windows CAD Details
CHAPTER 10 Parametric Drawing Using Constraints PROJECT EXERCISE This project exercise provides point-by-point instructions for creating the objects shown in Figure P10 1. In this exercise, you will apply
1 How to Create a 3D Model and Corresponding 2D Drawing with Dimensions, GDT (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance) Symbols and Title Block in SolidWorks 2013-2014 By Edward Locke This tutorial will introduce
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Chapter 2: House Design Tutorial This House Design Tutorial shows you how to get started on a design project. The tutorials that follow continue with the same plan. When you are finished, you will have
Chapter 2: House Design Tutorial This House Design Tutorial shows you how to get started on a design project. The tutorials that follow continue with the same plan. When you are finished, you will have
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GEN20604 Intelligent AutoCAD Model Documentation Made Easy David Cohn 4D Technologies Learning Objectives Learn how to create base views and projected views from 3D models Learn how to create and control
Understanding the Graphical User Interface When you start AutoCAD, the AutoCAD window opens. The window is your design work space. It contains elements that you use to create your designs and to receive
Step It Up a Rung from AutoCAD Designs to AutoCAD Electrical Todd Schmoock Synergis Technologies MA4762-L: AutoCAD Electrical has proven to be easy for creating electrical controls system designs. It has
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AutoCAD Essentials Starting a new drawing using any CAD software requires a series of steps. Measurement units, sheet size, layer designations, text fonts and text sizes plus many more items must be set.
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Lesson 4 Extrusions Figure 4.1 Clamp OBJECTIVES Create a feature using an Extruded protrusion Understand Setup and Environment settings Define and set a Material type Create and use Datum features Sketch