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PHammink8001
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Creating/Duplicate new flange

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02-26-2010 02:47 AM
For a project we need a DIN 2576 flange, this flange isn't in the catalog, zo I created one.
I used the Din 2642 LAP flange to duplicate and changed it into a DIN 2576 flange, whit al the correct dimensions and end types.
When I wanted to change the facing, I noticed that the box whit the facing type coudn't be changed.
Also the Engadment length coudn't be changed,
Then I changed the value in the advanced editing tabel but this didn't work either.

Are there any solutions for these problems?

With Regards,

Hans Golbach,
Primat
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Re: Creating/Duplicate new flange

02-26-2010 01:07 PM in reply to: PHammink8001
Hello Hans,

Did you clear the Part Geometry properties... permission checkbox?
Some port properties are protected along with dimensions. I am able to set those values after clearing that checkbox.

Rich Frank, Autodesk


Richard Frank
AEC Plant Solutions
Autodesk, Inc.
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PHammink8001
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Re: Creating/Duplicate new flange

03-01-2010 06:52 AM in reply to: PHammink8001
Hello Rich,

Where can I find this "Part Geometry properties...permission checkbox"?
I look for this in the Catalog editor.
(working in the Beta Plant3D 2011 now)

With Regards,

Henk Segveld
Primat Projectservice
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Re: Creating/Duplicate new flange

03-01-2010 11:44 AM in reply to: PHammink8001

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