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Also, make the distance 0 and make sure that the BW end of the flange is pointing towards the elbows.

AutoPLANT Piping – Tips and Tricks

This will load the following dialog. In order to add these components to an Assembly, the Assembly Manager has to be used.

After doing hitting the OK, one will see that the AutoCAD object changes color to match the set color of the Equipment, by default this would be green. If you missed our first presentation.

It covers what Assembly Manager is, the basics on how to use Assembly Manager to create an Assembly, how to use the Assembly, and some known issues. It is a good idea to check with the Admin before changing these values.

Set the dimensions to the desired values and then press OK to begin placing the Primitive in the model. After placing that, one can then add on Associative Primitives, think of these like the Head of a vessel tutprial a skirt.

Conclusion This concludes the Basic Modeling blog. Now that we have the name set to how we want it and are sure that all the components are in that are needed. After making this change, pressing the Insert button begins the insertion process. This dialog is called when Drawing Access Mode is turned on.

Once the application is selected and the information is tutlrial, the Create button should be accessible now and pressing it will create the model and load the application. Now the equipment can have Nozzles placed on it and connected to piping. One thing to note, it can be difficult to determine the best placement of the points, try place nozzles and seeing how they react to the setup, then make some changes to the points to see how they change.

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The dialogs autkplant similar, but have some differences that correspond autoppant the different types of Primitives being used. We think you have liked this tuttorial. Anything that happens to the Parent in turn affects the child. One group of these tools are called Modules. Once this is aautoplant, the Nozzles properties dialog will be displayed just as the Drums was. In order to place these tutotial, just drag and drop the component into the 3d model space. Consistency Check Compares the selected component with it’s 3D inserted counter part Consistency Check All Compares all tutorjal with their 3D inserted counter parts Show Consistency Results Shows the results for this component’s Consistency Check Show Consistency Results All Shows the results for all components after running a Consistency Check All Insert in 3D Same effect as drawing the component into the model space Zoom Zooms to the component in the 3D model space, has been known to throw an error when the line has not be inserted Reset Resets the 2D Browser dialog and removes and Consistency reports An example of a Consistency Report that comes back clean is below.

In the target, the following information is given – “C: These two sections can be found under the Equipment menu as seen below – What these two options do is allow users to build equipment from primitive objects, similar to AutoCAD’s 3D shapes. Once all the components are selected, press Enter to end the select.

Each one has a different menu when being placed so that the tutoriak values that define that shape can be set.

Notice that all the tutorixl for the Nozzle is already placed, such as the Spec and Line Number. If this is done with the Drum, a dialog will appear to get more of an understanding of what component is desired – In this case, the Plain Horizontal Vessel is selected. There are a number of different ways to use Centerline. Share buttons are a little bit lower.


To help with this, Access has a tool called Compact and Repair. In this example, the location point was made to autopkant the center of the sphere, the direction point was end going in the positive X direction, while the Orientation was in the Positive Y direction.

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It allows the user to load a model into a Configuration rather then loading it into the Project. Notice that center of the Rebuilt valve is offset from the center of the original one. An example of a Consistency Report that comes back clean is below.

After the tag number is assigned, it will then bring up the Equipment properties dialog, in this case, it is the Equipment Horizontal Solid dialog. Right clicking on the Run L also displays some different options as seen below – In this case, instead of the “Insert in 3D”, the option “Centerline Routers” is displayed with to available options.

Some of the properties can be modified, but that is for more advanced users and I would not recommend doing it until the help file has been fully reviewed and not in a production environment until all the needed values have been determined. Next, the program needs to determine how this component will look in 3d space and will prompt the components properties. Auth with social network: For example, if I change the tag of the drum while someone is in the model.

This radio button has two choices, Auto Insert and Prompt. The Anchor switch basically forces this to happen. For more information about this dialog, I would recommend clicking the Help button and reviewing the information provided there. Below is an image of a Ball Valve that is being changed from 6 to 4.

Piping has many tools that help get specific jobs done.