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    Can anyone help me find some blocks of pipe fittings for DESIGN CENTAR, which will be easy to use.

    I have found some but every fitting is in different cad document.

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    It sounds like you are looking for a CAD piping symbol library right?

    What types of pipe fittings do you normally use?
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    I attached some here a few months ago, will have a look where they were posted.
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    They are attached to this thread-
    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...t=38775&page=3
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    Quote Originally Posted by trajcheblue View Post
    Can anyone help me find some blocks of pipe fittings for DESIGN CENTER, which will be easy to use.

    I have found some but every fitting is in different cad document.
    And, what kind of piping do you need?

    Try this free CD, most likely, all you need!

    https://shop.charlottepipe.com/lit/c...d=26&openid=26
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    It sounds like you are looking for a CAD piping symbol library right?

    What types of pipe fittings do you normally use?
    I need library for metal molded fittings with flanches. (I don't know haw are they called in english right).

    And sth else. I need (if it is possible to find) interactive blocks.
    Ex.

    If I need elbow 45 deg., I choose it from the design center and when it appears in the model, I would like to be able to change the dimension on the part (50mm ; 63mm; 75mm; 90mm ect)

    by the way, thanks for the links above.

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    trajcheblue, welcome to the forums!

    What material do you require? Steel flanged fittings?

    Attached *.dwg file cutaways of fittings, bolt hole flanges, DI cast.
    The *.pdf file has some dimension "stuff", all ANSI dimensions.
    The *.dwg file I made 'bout 10+ years ago, not great but it'll get you goin'.

    If you don't need the cutaway, and lining, just delete as required.
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    Hello everyone, I'm an engeneering student.
    For the last project of the career I must do a soap factory.
    I just learn that is possible to draw pipes and valves "easily" in AutoCAD.
    As ReMark said, I'm looking for a CAD piping symbol library.
    I tried many links, even some which were in an other thread but after opening them, they open the normal AutoCAD workspace but always without the piping symbol.
    If anyone could give me a clue, I would be grateful.

    Cheers, and greetings

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    Are you working in 2D or 3D?
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    I will try 3D, but since I'm a begginner. You never know.
    It was intended to be 2D, but soap making involves many levels of machinery so I was evaluating it.

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