AutoCAD Structural Detailing General DIscussion

AutoCAD Structural Detailing General DIscussion

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*C.R.
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ASD 2009 - CISC

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01-13-2010 02:00 PM
I installed ASD 2009 and installed MP1. I have no installed CISC libraries
that I can find. I work in both metric and imperial so that issue doesn't
bother me, but is there any way to get the CISC shapes for Canda?

Thanks,
*C.R.
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Re: ASD 2009 - CISC

01-13-2010 02:31 PM in reply to: *C.R.
Okay... found where to find the sections however the HSS (hollow structural
steel) shapes show up as round and not as square. Yes they should be
square... designation is HSS 102x102x6.4 and it shows up in model as a round
section. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

"C.R." wrote in message
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I installed ASD 2009 and installed MP1. I have no installed CISC libraries
that I can find. I work in both metric and imperial so that issue doesn't
bother me, but is there any way to get the CISC shapes for Canda?

Thanks,
*C.R.
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Re: ASD 2009 - CISC

01-13-2010 02:43 PM in reply to: *C.R.
Same with AISC sections for square steel ... show up as round


"C.R." wrote in message
news:6317908@discussion.autodesk.com...
Okay... found where to find the sections however the HSS (hollow structural
steel) shapes show up as round and not as square. Yes they should be
square... designation is HSS 102x102x6.4 and it shows up in model as a round
section. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

"C.R." wrote in message
news:6317890@discussion.autodesk.com...
I installed ASD 2009 and installed MP1. I have no installed CISC libraries
that I can find. I work in both metric and imperial so that issue doesn't
bother me, but is there any way to get the CISC shapes for Canda?

Thanks,
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