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Re: Different sized hoses in tube and pipe run

12-05-2012 08:26 AM in reply to: Cadmanto

I don't use Vault, as I work from my home office as well as work so I have everthing copied/syn'd to a USB drive along with my Styles and Inventor XML setting files. I include this IAM as well.

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Re: Different sized hoses in tube and pipe run

12-05-2012 08:30 AM in reply to: pball

You would need to copy and edit the flexible tubing CC library to your own Read/Write library and make the edits there. Much easier than creating a library from scratch.

 

We use a lot of flexibly nylon air-line, so I have created a CC with all the color and sizes we use. The Autodesk Wiki-Help has a good section on doing this. There should also be a PDF in the Help directory of your Inventor install that covers this as well.

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