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JimCircle
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Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

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07-06-2011 09:39 AM

Hi !

 

Is it possible to convert isogen pcf file in 3D autocad file ?

Thi to be able to import 3D routing of a pipe in P3D 2011 ?

 

Thanks

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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

07-07-2011 09:20 AM in reply to: JimCircle

Jim,

 

Can you elaborate a bit more about your request?

 

Are you looking to use a AutoCAD Plant3D 2011 model (dwg file) in AutoCAD Plant3D 2012? If so, that should be possible.

 

I am not sure if you are asking for it but we currently do not support the conversion of a pcf file to a Plant3D model file. And there are no plans to do that in the near future.

 

Thanks.

 

Ratti.

Autodesk, Inc.
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JimCircle
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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

07-07-2011 09:56 AM in reply to: ratti

Hi ratti

 

Does Plant 3D 2012 available !??? Where please ?

 

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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

07-07-2011 10:07 AM in reply to: JimCircle

Jim,

 

AutoCAD Plant 3D 2012 is not yet released.

 

But I am not sure whether I answered your question yet or not.

 

Thanks.

 

Ratti.

Autodesk, Inc.
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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

07-07-2011 10:16 AM in reply to: JimCircle

Jim,

 

It sounds like you are looking for the ability to import a PCF file.  Is that correct?  Plant 3D does not have that capability right now.  I want to try and understand how this import fits in your current work process.  Can you share some additional information?  If you prefer to do so via email, please contact me at pat dot j at autodesk.com.

 

Thanks.

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Pat Jenakanandhini
Product Manager
Plant Solutions - AEC
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JimCircle
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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

07-08-2011 04:14 AM in reply to: jenakap1

Hi,

 

Yes, in pcf file from stress analysis  there are xyz 3D coordinates,  stresse tensors and  support type & degrees of freedom ....

The ideal process would be

1/ basic design in P3D of the line

2/ export to stress analysis soft (CAESAR) for support design of the line

3/ re import results from analysis into P3D for final design

 

The idea is to be able to import in P3D this informations (new fields to be created in database)

 

Thanks

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kmayland
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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

02-18-2012 05:04 PM in reply to: JimCircle
You are looking for an intelligent isometric import interface based on pcf or for AutoCAD Plant 3D. I have good news for you. There is an solution for importing isometrics available for you today. You can import intelligent 3d piping based on isometric definition files in AutoCAD Plant 3D. For further details get in contact with Unitec.de .
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Sam2M
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Re: Read Isogen pcf file with plant 3D 2011

03-09-2012 05:36 AM in reply to: kmayland

Hi kmayland

 

could you tell me a little bit more ?

 

thanks

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