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Change the Default Nozzle Type or get ride of Nozzle

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03-25-2008 05:40 PM
Hi, there,

When I connect a line segment to an equipment item (such as a tank), a flanged nozzle will be added automatically as the default one. If I don't want nozzle automatically added when I make connections, what I should do? How I can set single line nozzle as the default one?

Thanks for your suggestions and help in advance,

Colin
*Jorge Lopez
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Re: Change the Default Nozzle Type or get ride of Nozzle

03-26-2008 06:47 AM in reply to: Colin.Han
Hi Colin,

In Project Setup, under P&ID Class Definitions, find the equipment who's
nozzle setting you want to change. After clicking on the appropriate node in
the tree view, select the Edit Symbol... button on the right pane of the
dialog box. A new Symbol Settings dialog box will come up. Under the Other
Settings group, you can set whether nozzles should be used and if so which
nozzle style to use.

Thanks,

Jorge


"ColinH" wrote in message news:5885360@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi, there,

When I connect a line segment to an equipment item (such as a tank), a
flanged nozzle will be added automatically as the default one. If I don't
want nozzle automatically added when I make connections, what I should do?
How I can set single line nozzle as the default one?

Thanks for your suggestions and help in advance,

Colin
Member
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎03-05-2008
Message 3 of 3 (159 Views)

Re: Change the Default Nozzle Type or get ride of Nozzle

03-26-2008 08:29 AM in reply to: Colin.Han
Thanks, Jorge, for your help.


Colin

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