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*Popiel, Slawomir
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Plumbing pipe catalog

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06-30-2003 05:32 AM
There are only brazed, glued and threaded pipes in plumbing catalog. Is it
something wrong with my setup?
sp
*Popiel, Slawomir
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Re: Plumbing pipe catalog

06-30-2003 05:37 AM in reply to: *Popiel, Slawomir
"Slawomir Popiel" wrote in message
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> There are only brazed, glued and threaded pipes in plumbing catalog. Is it
> something wrong with my setup?
> sp

Correction:
I have identical set of pipes as above, in both plumbing and piping catalog.
Somehow disppeared such pipes like flaged, welded, etc.
Anybody cares to comment on that?
sp
*[Autodesk], Bo Noren
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06-30-2003 11:36 PM in reply to: *Popiel, Slawomir
Hi Slawomir,

No, it is nothing wrong with your setup. The Plumbing Pipe US Imperial
catalog does only contain pipes for those connection types.
I think that the pipes that exists in both catalogs are the same; it is the
fittings that are different.

Does that answer your question?


/Bosse

"Slawomir Popiel" wrote in message
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>
> "Slawomir Popiel" wrote in message
> news:E0C7E8E2F5B558DA4989CE6739E53CC0@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > There are only brazed, glued and threaded pipes in plumbing catalog. Is
it
> > something wrong with my setup?
> > sp
>
> Correction:
> I have identical set of pipes as above, in both plumbing and piping
catalog.
> Somehow disppeared such pipes like flaged, welded, etc.
> Anybody cares to comment on that?
> sp
>
>
>
*Popiel, Slawomir
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07-01-2003 04:34 AM in reply to: *Popiel, Slawomir
"Bo Noren [Autodesk]" wrote in message
news:E2C7332833212C435D0E0FDE48FDF48A@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hi Slawomir,
>
> No, it is nothing wrong with your setup. The Plumbing Pipe US Imperial
> catalog does only contain pipes for those connection types.
> I think that the pipes that exists in both catalogs are the same; it is
the
> fittings that are different.
>
> Does that answer your question?
>

Yes and no.
Can't figure out why flanged or welded piping does not exist anymore. What
was wrong with having it?
Will pipes from ABS3 work with ABS2004? In other words, how about copying
proper folders yto ABS2004 location?
Thanks
sp
*[Autodesk], Bo Noren
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07-01-2003 03:57 PM in reply to: *Popiel, Slawomir
Hi Slawomir,

The Pipe US Imperial (and Metric) catalogs still contain pipes and fittings
for all connection types. In BS 2004 there is an additional catalog Plumbing
Pipe US Imperial that only contain a few connection types and have other
types of fittings. You shouldn't have to copy the pipe catalogs from ABS3,
the one in ABS 2004 contain the same pipes and fittings. Which catalog are
you using? Are some connection types still missing after switching to Pipe
US Imperial catalog?


/Bosse

"Slawomir Popiel" wrote in message
news:53445EF22DAACE9853E179F6B1982442@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
>
> "Bo Noren [Autodesk]" wrote in message
> news:E2C7332833212C435D0E0FDE48FDF48A@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > Hi Slawomir,
> >
> > No, it is nothing wrong with your setup. The Plumbing Pipe US Imperial
> > catalog does only contain pipes for those connection types.
> > I think that the pipes that exists in both catalogs are the same; it is
> the
> > fittings that are different.
> >
> > Does that answer your question?
> >
>
> Yes and no.
> Can't figure out why flanged or welded piping does not exist anymore. What
> was wrong with having it?
> Will pipes from ABS3 work with ABS2004? In other words, how about copying
> proper folders yto ABS2004 location?
> Thanks
> sp
>
>
>

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