AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

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PeterQuinn
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Welcome to the AutoCAD Plant 3D Discussion Group

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09-08-2009 11:06 AM
The AutoCAD Plant 3D Discussion Group is now live.

Feel free to ask and answer questions about AutoCAD Plant 3D. Discuss topics related to plant design using Autodesk products, particularly AutoCAD Plant 3D.


Peter Quinn
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Autodesk, Inc.

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tib109
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Re: Welcome to the AutoCAD Plant 3D Discussion Group

09-11-2009 02:37 AM in reply to: PeterQuinn
Hello Peter,

Downloaded autocad plant 3D trial , and find it great at first use.

Question :

Can i , when i create iso's , make a listing off the pipe lenghts to be cutted ? or in a exel list ?

D'ont seem to find the tools for it.

Johan Muylaert
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Re: Welcome to the AutoCAD Plant 3D Discussion Group

09-11-2009 10:38 AM in reply to: PeterQuinn
You can make these lists either in a text file or on the face of the Iso.
You'll have to dig into the Isogen documentation to do so.
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Hello Peter,

Downloaded autocad plant 3D trial , and find it great at first use.

Question :

Can i , when i create iso's , make a listing off the pipe lenghts to be
cutted ? or in a exel list ?

D'ont seem to find the tools for it.

Johan Muylaert

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