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How is the Control Valve made ? [2009]

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06-12-2008 04:36 PM

We are just starting up on P&ID and is in the process of making a symbol library.

We had the training seson from an AutoCAD reseller but he didn't know how the Control Valve is made.

We have an idea to make some fan coils with this dobbelt grip option.

See attached file.

We have tried to look ind to the block but no grips. The Block also seems pretty "empty" .

Best regards
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Re: How is the Control Valve made ? [2009]

06-12-2008 06:19 PM in reply to: MortenE
Morton, not sure what your looking for.

1st question:
Who is your reseller? And are they authorized/qualified to train on this product?

If you're looking to merely change the control you can pick on the down arrow glyph and select another control or right click on the control and select substitute.

If you're looking to add another control to the selection that is not currently available then that's gonna take a little work and patience.

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Registered: ‎08-21-2007
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Re: How is the Control Valve made ? [2009]

09-11-2008 01:47 PM in reply to: MortenE

don't know if you already solved it, but here's a topic out of my customization manual about control valves.

Good luck,

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