3d Piping Symbols Library V1 1 ((BETTER)) Full Version
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How to Create 3D Piping Models with 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version
If you are a piping draftsman or designer who needs to quickly create 3D piping models in order to generate 2D plan, section and elevation drawings, you might be interested in the 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version, a software plugin for AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT that contains over 4,600 solid model pipe fitting and valve symbols in several different material categories.
In this article, we will show you how to use this comprehensive and user-friendly tool to insert and rotate 3D piping symbols in your drawing, as well as how to extract attributes and create a bill of material.
What is 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version
The 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version is a drafting tool that helps piping draftsmen and designers quickly create 3D piping models in order to generate 2D plan, section and elevation drawings. It is not just a set of blocks, but a fully functional easy to use program that loads into AutoCAD's menu bar.
The library contains over 4,600 solid model pipe fitting and valve symbols in several different material categories: carbon steel, ductile iron, pvc, and forged steel. Each symbol is drawn as a solid model on layer zero with \"bylayer\" attributes. Once inserted, simply rotate the symbol into position and it will take on the characteristics of your current layer settings.
All symbols contain hidden and user defined attributes. When your layout is complete, you can run Attribute Extraction to create a bill of material. The library also includes a dialog interface that works with the full version of AutoCAD. The dialog interface allows you to easily choose the symbol you need from a single menu. Note that the dialog interface does not work with AutoCAD LT version.
How to Use 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version
To use the 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version, you need to have AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT installed on your computer. You can download the library from https://www.softdraft.com/product/piping-symbols-3d or get it on a CD. The library comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and costs $260 for a single user license.
After you install the library, you will see a new menu item called \"Piping\" in your AutoCAD menu bar. If you have the full version of AutoCAD, you will also see a new toolbar called \"Piping\". You can access the library from either the menu or the toolbar.
To insert a 3D piping symbol in your drawing, simply select the category and subcategory of the symbol you want from the menu or the toolbar. For example, if you want to insert a ductile iron flanged elbow, you would select \"Piping\" > \"Flanged Fittings\" > \"Elbows\" > \"90 Degree\". A dialog box will appear where you can specify the size and angle of the elbow. After you click OK, the symbol will appear on your cursor. You can then insert it in your drawing and rotate it to the desired position.
You can repeat this process for any other symbol you need. The library contains symbols for pipe fittings, valves, expansion joints, weldolets, threadolets and sockolets in various sizes and materials. You can also use standard AutoCAD commands such as copy, move, mirror, array and stretch to manipulate the symbols.
How to Extract Attributes and Create a Bill of Material
One of the advantages of using the 3D Piping Symbols Library V1 1 Full Version is that all symbols contain hidden and user defined attributes. These attributes store information such as size, material, tag number and description of each symbol. You can use these attributes to create a bill of material for your piping layout.
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