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Brock698
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ANSI/ASME 2D Dynamic Blocks for Structural Components...

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10-02-2012 08:01 AM

Hello Everyone!

 

I tried attaching a document to this post that some might find useful, but it is too big to share here. I have posted the file on www.sharecad.org. The Link is below...

 

http://www.sharecad.org/CADView.aspx?Id=78afb839-4fae-4925-a878-7e2f62a9939d

 

The document is a set of blocks that have a drop down menu to change the size and orientation of the particular block. The attachment is for Imperial Fittings in Inches.

 

I am looking for the exact same thing, but structural components such as Beam, Angle, Square Tubing, and Channel. If someone has this already made that would be perfect, or if someone could explain how to make this if I were to draw the parts. How would I incorporate my Blocks into a drop down menu to change the size?

 

Any help would be grately appreciated!

 

Regards,

 

Brock

 

PS: Click on the blue arrow to get the drop down menu to change the size and orientation on the attached document.

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Charles_Shade
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Re: ANSI/ASME 2D Dynamic Blocks for Structural Components...

10-04-2012 11:37 AM in reply to: Brock698

Likely if you search this Forum or AUGI's Forum you will find what you seek.

 

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