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*Thomas Glidewell
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Plan Production with Pipes

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11-13-2007 09:57 AM
Before I jump to in depth with trying to figure this part out can someone
tell if the plan production tools work with pipes. I have gotten to work
pretty sweet with paving profiles just tried it in a sanitary sewer model
and it doesn't draw the pipes in my profile view. Draws the profile view ok
but no pipes.
Thanks,
C3D08 all sp's
*Thomas Glidewell
Message 2 of 7 (72 Views)

Re: Plan Production with Pipes

11-13-2007 10:40 AM in reply to: *Thomas Glidewell
Let me expand on this alittle. I have a sanitary pipe network, multiple
runs, I have an alignment for one of the runs. The structures for this run I
have referenced to that alignment for stationing and such. Run the plan
production tools and it creates my sheets and references in my pipe network
but it doesn't draw my pipes for me on the profile view. Does this still
need to be done manually in the PNP sheet it produces? In the Model sheet I
use the create alignment from pipe network parts, it cuts the ground line
and draws my selected parts in the profile view and I don't think that the
Plan Production tools are to this point yet. Am I correct?
Thanks again
"Thomas Glidewell" wrote in message
news:5776502@discussion.autodesk.com...
Before I jump to in depth with trying to figure this part out can someone
tell if the plan production tools work with pipes. I have gotten to work
pretty sweet with paving profiles just tried it in a sanitary sewer model
and it doesn't draw the pipes in my profile view. Draws the profile view ok
but no pipes.
Thanks,
C3D08 all sp's
*Drew Burgasser
Message 3 of 7 (72 Views)

Re: Plan Production with Pipes

11-13-2007 11:27 AM in reply to: *Thomas Glidewell
Hi Thomas:

When running thru the Create Sheets wizard, at the Profile Views window, you
can either "Get other settings from an existing profile view" or run thru
the Profile View Wizard. I seem to have better luck choosing the latter
option. When you do that, there should be option for Pipe Network Display.

Not sure if that will help or not.

Sincerely,
Drew Burgasser
CAD Masters, Inc.
www.cadmasters.com



"Thomas Glidewell" wrote in message
news:5776502@discussion.autodesk.com...
Before I jump to in depth with trying to figure this part out can someone
tell if the plan production tools work with pipes. I have gotten to work
pretty sweet with paving profiles just tried it in a sanitary sewer model
and it doesn't draw the pipes in my profile view. Draws the profile view ok
but no pipes.
Thanks,
C3D08 all sp's
*Thomas Glidewell
Message 4 of 7 (72 Views)

Re: Plan Production with Pipes

11-13-2007 12:08 PM in reply to: *Thomas Glidewell
Thanks I think you pushed me in the right direction. I do use the latter
option as well when doing my Paving sheets just didn't look into it with the
pipes. I believe that is exactly what I was looking for. We will see here
shortly when I jump into it.
Thank Drew
"Drew Burgasser" wrote in message
news:5776630@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi Thomas:

When running thru the Create Sheets wizard, at the Profile Views window, you
can either "Get other settings from an existing profile view" or run thru
the Profile View Wizard. I seem to have better luck choosing the latter
option. When you do that, there should be option for Pipe Network Display.

Not sure if that will help or not.

Sincerely,
Drew Burgasser
CAD Masters, Inc.
www.cadmasters.com



"Thomas Glidewell" wrote in message
news:5776502@discussion.autodesk.com...
Before I jump to in depth with trying to figure this part out can someone
tell if the plan production tools work with pipes. I have gotten to work
pretty sweet with paving profiles just tried it in a sanitary sewer model
and it doesn't draw the pipes in my profile view. Draws the profile view ok
but no pipes.
Thanks,
C3D08 all sp's
*wfb
Message 5 of 7 (72 Views)

Re: Plan Production with Pipes

11-13-2007 12:14 PM in reply to: *Thomas Glidewell
I like to drag one pipe or one structure into the Profile. Then, the Pipe
tab becomes available and using pipe numbers and structure numbers I turn
them on.

A way.

Bill
Distinguished Contributor
Posts: 139
Registered: ‎11-17-2003
Message 6 of 7 (72 Views)

Re: Plan Production with Pipes

11-13-2007 02:19 PM in reply to: *Thomas Glidewell
there is an AOTC book, Creating and Managing Plan Sets, that covers the topic. i think its pretty good. Covers sharing of other data types, incuding pipes, surfaces that you may want to show in your final plan sheets.

FULL DISCLOSURE: I was the subject matter expert for the book. :smileywink:

Mark
*David Urban
Message 7 of 7 (72 Views)

Re: Plan Production with Pipes

02-20-2008 06:00 AM in reply to: *Thomas Glidewell
I have found that the plan production for pipes fails if you have it create
sheets in a new drawing and not in the current drawing. The pipes don't
come over and if you do a data refrence then the strucutres don't have the
pipes connecting to them and when you label them they dont show the
flowlines in and out.

I was hoping that I could use it to divide up the work but it sounds like
that is not possible with 2008. Maybe with 2009.

David Urban

wrote in message news:5776793@discussion.autodesk.com...
there is an AOTC book, Creating and Managing Plan Sets, that covers the
topic. i think its pretty good. Covers sharing of other data types, incuding
pipes, surfaces that you may want to show in your final plan sheets.

FULL DISCLOSURE: I was the subject matter expert for the book. :smileywink:

Mark

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