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    Quote Originally Posted by abc_123 View Post
    hi all,

    i am new to this forum.. and found the posts are really helpful.. basically i am a mech design fellow designing mech parts like coupling, brackets etc.. recently i am tasked to draw pipes.. just pipes with 2 or 3 bends at different angles / axis..

    so ur assistance needed is in ..

    (a) how to draw pipes with bend angles in 2d and dimension them..
    (b) if possible, pl give some sample dwg files..

    thanks in adv..
    Here is an example, note the ellipse used to denote 45s going down, for 90 degree ells use a circle broken the same way. The connection points may need to be shown with an X or filled donuts depending on standards, type of joint (weld, screw, solder), etc.
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    thanks...rkent & all,,,

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    Hi Remark,

    Do you have any lisp that converting plines or lines to a pipe and its fittings format, ie with elbow like...

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