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Is everyone creating hubless pipe?

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07-28-2003 04:18 AM
I have yet to find anything on hubless pipe, or anyone to respond to prior questions in regards to hubless pipe. If anyone has thoughts on quick and dirty (or clean) ways to get some hubless pipe into my drawings... i'm all ears... or I guess eyes since this is all written and read, not spoken and heard... but you know what I mean. -- I've looked through other pipe catalogs and they are all less than exactly what i need to at least make it look accurate... and I was hoping to finish this up quickly as I'm moving on to greener pastures.
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Re: Is everyone creating hubless pipe?

07-29-2003 08:46 PM in reply to: bil-with-one-L
Bil I have a set of no hub fittings I created as MV
Blocks.  for pipe I use the #40 butweld, the I insert each fitting as a MV
block.  It is a pain in the a!!, but (as the wizards at Autodesk must be
getting paid under the table by the plastic pipe industry) it's the best that I
could come up with.  If their was a location I could post them I
would.  If you want them just e-mail me.

 

 

 



style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">I
have yet to find anything on hubless pipe, or anyone to respond to prior
questions in regards to hubless pipe. If anyone has thoughts on quick and
dirty (or clean) ways to get some hubless pipe into my drawings... i'm all
ears... or I guess eyes since this is all written and read, not spoken and
heard... but you know what I mean. -- I've looked through other pipe catalogs
and they are all less than exactly what i need to at least make it look
accurate... and I was hoping to finish this up quickly as I'm moving on to
greener pastures.
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