AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

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Problem with GF PVC Pipes and Fittings Catalog

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07-03-2012 04:56 AM



first problem with this catalog the tee have a wrong dimension please rechek the catalog 


second very big problem i have to make a spec with te catalog but if you look at picture 1.png you can see the two last line : te,232001 PN10 PSW GF in long description and  te,232001 PN16 PSW GF but if you chek the design standard number it's ths same 


is it possible to fusionned the 2 lines i know the pn is different but it's not importtant because the te in 225 can't be in PN 16 if you chek the gf official catalog the result is when the gf tool pallette was created there is a lot of icon with the same symbol & it's not possible to work with that.. you can see in screenshot 2.png and i have not put the valve ....


so can we merge the lines in catalogue for less differents categories? 


other problem the skey of pipe are totally wrong...

other problem all the reducer are made as union and are not reconnised by p3d at reducer... it's was really impossible to work with that catalog but i really need it we work 95% with GF 


or give me a way to change all these problem 


thank you 


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Re: Problem with GF PVC Pipes and Fittings Catalog

07-03-2012 06:36 AM in reply to: patpat78

You'd probably get the best response from the people who build the content packs:

You can contact them through this form:


See updated content packs here:

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