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tfitzemeyer
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎11-18-2003
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Diffuser Air Flow Annotation

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09-20-2003 02:43 AM
The air flow anotation should be able to be set prior to inserting the diffuser. Presently, you have to insert the diffuser, select it and right click and select MV Part properties.

Also the offset from edge of block distance should be for all flow arrows. It currently only affects one of the arrows?
*[Autodesk], Peter Terwilliger
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Re: Diffuser Air Flow Annotation

09-21-2003 11:30 PM in reply to: tfitzemeyer
Hi Ted -

 

There is a third tab in the MvPartAdd that comes up
only for Type = "Air Terminal" (RGDs).  It allows you to set the flow when
you insert the diffuser...

 

I hear you on the flow arrows!


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The
air flow anotation should be able to be set prior to inserting the diffuser.
Presently, you have to insert the diffuser, select it and right click and
select MV Part properties.

Also the offset from edge of block distance should be for all flow arrows.
It currently only affects one of the arrows?

*Popiel, Slawomir
Message 3 of 4 (89 Views)

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09-21-2003 11:50 PM in reply to: tfitzemeyer
Hi Peter
Let me have my penny in.
What about a flow check for ductwork? It would be good being able to quickly
check flow in a ductwork section.
Another feature I'm missing is a running balance for electric circuits.
sp


"Peter Terwilliger [Autodesk]" wrote in
message news:FBEE3BF0CFD101C994521D26F6372D7E@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hi Ted -
>
> There is a third tab in the MvPartAdd that comes up only for Type = "Air
Terminal" (RGDs). It allows you to set the flow when you insert the
diffuser...
>
> I hear you on the flow arrows!
> "tfitzemeyer" wrote in message
news:f18c124.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> The air flow anotation should be able to be set prior to inserting the
diffuser. Presently, you have to insert the diffuser, select it and right
click and select MV Part properties.
> Also the offset from edge of block distance should be for all flow
arrows. It currently only affects one of the arrows?
>
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tfitzemeyer
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎11-18-2003
Message 4 of 4 (89 Views)

Re:

09-25-2003 01:42 AM in reply to: tfitzemeyer
Peter,
Thanks. I wasn't clear on my original post. When you insert the air terminal the 3rd tab should inlude not only the air flow but the annotation options as well. This would make it much easier than having to set the annotation arrows after the part is placed.
-Ted
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