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    Gareth:

    Take a look at this. Three of the mentioned sources of 3D pipe fittings also offer 2D. At least two offer free content.

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?t=38007
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    thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by garethm View Post


    thanks for the info
    Get the free CD from Charlotte Pipe. Thanks ReMark for the note on your previous post. Spears Manufacturing also has a free CD for "plastic" pipe 'n fittings.

    https://shop.charlottepipe.com/lit/c...d=26&openid=26

    Not listed on Spears website but, call Spears they'll send you a CD.
    Drawings are both 2D and 3D. The CD loads an ad-on to your CAD program.
    Excellent! I use this program almost daily. Easy setup, nice menu bar.
    One feature I like, if you click on two fittings, pipe is drawn in for you if your fittings are lined up properly. Fittings up to 16". Toolbar image below.
    This add on also gives you a bill of materials for pipe lengths, fittings, valves.
    And, the weight of each item.

    http://www.spearsmfg.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by garethm View Post
    hi there
    im new to the whole autocad thing but have used other cad programmes for several years, the role im currently in requires me to provide drawings of pipework, tanks, valves, actuators, pressure and turbidity monitors, most of the pipework is stainless, 2 - 10inch, abs & pvc upto 6inch and usually pn16 flanges / backing rings.

    Are there any add-ons available for these or does anyone have any block librarys of there own that i could have / purchase / download that would help; I have the autocad 2d pipe library which is ok for the pipe and fittings but the valves arnt what im looking for.

    any help would be appreciated

    Gareth
    Check out Durapipe & George Fischer Websites.

    Everything you need for plastic pipe.

    If you need to convert to your own layers, use laytrans.

    Also, the product catalogues provide good info on installation, pipe support distances, dimensions, chemical resistance etc.
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    Cercerus,
    I'm seeking the triclamp fittings & the various lobe, and diaphragm pumps from Girdlestone, Wayson Marlow, Wilden, Tuthhill, Sollich, Hilge, Alfa LAval and Grunfoss.
    I am doing food grade process piping & don't have the actual clover/triclover clamps that hold things together.
    Not truely required if the piping is drawn correctly. I also am seeking divrter valves for this type of work.
    Thanks for any thing you wanna send my way.
    mgalicki (at) netzero (dot) net

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    great info thanks guys.

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    dave can u send me those blocks at my mail sayhi_sanjay1@yahoo.com

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    DO YOU HAVE PFDRAW V8.0 IF YES PLEASE SEND ME on my mail sayhi_sanjay1@yahoo.com

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    sayhi:

    Dave was last here in April, 2011. He doesn't come around very often so you may not here back from him. And why are you requesting that someone send you PFDRAW v8.0? CADTutor is not a warez site.

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