+ Reply to Thread
Page 2 of 6 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 ... LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 57
  1. #11
    Forum Deity Jack_O'neill's Avatar
    Computer Details
    Jack_O'neill's Computer Details
    Operating System:
    xp
    Discipline
    Architectural
    Jack_O'neill's Discipline Details
    Discipline
    Architectural
    Details
    The bulk of my business is commercial curtainwall, site plans and floor plans. I do occasionally get a bit of tool and die, and the odd house now and again.
    Using
    AutoCAD 2010
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Location
    lost in the Arkansas wilderness
    Posts
    2,146

    Default

    Registered forum members do not see this ad.

    Is this one of the Penn Foster things? If it is, there is a thread on here some where from not too long ago on this very thing. All the drawings and everything. I'll see if I can find it.
    Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the pig. -Robert Heinlein

  2. #12
    Forum Deity Jack_O'neill's Avatar
    Computer Details
    Jack_O'neill's Computer Details
    Operating System:
    xp
    Discipline
    Architectural
    Jack_O'neill's Discipline Details
    Discipline
    Architectural
    Details
    The bulk of my business is commercial curtainwall, site plans and floor plans. I do occasionally get a bit of tool and die, and the odd house now and again.
    Using
    AutoCAD 2010
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Location
    lost in the Arkansas wilderness
    Posts
    2,146

    Default

    I think this is the other thread. http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...ht=penn+foster
    Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the pig. -Robert Heinlein

  3. #13
    Full Member
    Using
    AutoCAD 2010
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Posts
    52

    Default

    Yes this is for the pennfoster online school.
    Hey nestly i went to rapidshare page and created an account but charges me 5.99€
    Can you send me that file?
    You are right slw210, i want to do it my self with some help from you guys. when i did the oleson village i only askes 2 questions and was able to do it myself but this one is crazy.
    am affraid to ask more questions. Thank you

  4. #14
    Full Member
    Using
    AutoCAD 2010
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Posts
    52

    Default

    Hey gusy i moved the c9x20 to this new location after seing nestly's video. i see the pink ones as w12x152 the orange as w12x45 and the blueones as c9x20 on the video is that right? am i drawing them as long as in the video or is my drawing looking ok? am going crazy guys please be patient with me. thank you.



    Untitled.jpg

  5. #15
    Forum Deity
    Computer Details
    nestly's Computer Details
    Operating System:
    Windows 7 Pro (64bit)
    Using
    AutoCAD 2015
    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    PA
    Posts
    3,444

    Default

    The rapidshare file is the same thing as the screencast video.... please don't pay for anything,

    I believe what you're trying to draw is the steel structure of something like a warehouse or a multi-story building.

    The W12x152's are the vertical columns and the W12x45's are the horizontal girders that form the main floor/roof structure and they span between the columns. The C9' are also part of horizontal roof structure and span between the W12x45's and are connected to the W12x45's with 4x4x6 angle clips as shown in the video.
    Last edited by nestly; 18th Mar 2011 at 04:41 am.

  6. #16
    Forum Deity Organic's Avatar
    Discipline
    Civil
    Using
    AutoCAD not applicable
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    2,338

    Default

    Click the 'Free/slow' download or equivalent on Rapidshare, you don't need to pay to download from it (or even register to download for free).

  7. #17
    Quantum Mechanic ReMark's Avatar
    Computer Details
    ReMark's Computer Details
    Operating System:
    Windows 7 Pro 64-bit
    Computer:
    Thinkmate
    Motherboard:
    Intel DX58SO2 LGA1366 X58
    CPU:
    Intel i7-960 Quad-core 3.20GHz 8MB cache
    RAM:
    12GB (3x4GB) PC3-106000 DDR3
    Graphics:
    nVidia Quadro K4200, 4GB GDDR5
    Primary Storage:
    150GB Velocipraptor 10,000 rpm
    Secondary Storage:
    none
    Monitor:
    Dell P24LLH - 24" wide screen LCD
    Discipline
    See details...
    ReMark's Discipline Details
    Occupation
    CAD Draftsman/Designer...chemical manufacturing.
    Discipline
    See details below.
    Details
    I work for a specialty chemical manufacturer. I do a little bit of everything from P&IDs to civil to architectural and structural.
    Using
    AutoCAD 2018
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Location
    Norwalk, CT USofA
    Posts
    46,363

    Default

    maybe this will be of some value to you:

    PLATE 1.jpg
    "I have only come here seeking knowledge. Things they wouldn't teach me of in college." The Police

    Eat brains...gain more knowledge!

    I'm now a full member of the Society for the Promotion of Mediocrity in CAD. Standards? We don't need no stinkin' standards! Take whatever advice I offer and do the opposite.

  8. #18
    Senior Member Car5858's Avatar
    Computer Details
    Car5858's Computer Details
    Operating System:
    Win7
    Computer:
    Gateway Sx2800-3
    CPU:
    Intel Quad Core 2.33
    RAM:
    8GB
    Graphics:
    Intel 4500
    Primary Storage:
    Seagate 500 gb
    Secondary Storage:
    Passport usb 500 gb
    Monitor:
    HANNspree 22"
    Discipline
    See details...
    Car5858's Discipline Details
    Occupation
    retired, disibality
    Discipline
    See details below.
    Details
    Tutor, AMA glider competitions.
    Using
    AutoCAD 2010
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Hammond
    Posts
    373

    Cool Yes That is the one Remark

    The paragraph that was posted gives the discription of the details.PF details.JPG
    This is the drawing of the OP's discription.

    Be very carefull as you read the instructions. I had to do one paragraph at a time.
    Remember that the instructions are not layed out in the correct draw order. Some of the instructions will be for other plates, or needed elsewere in the project.

  9. #19
    Full Member
    Using
    AutoCAD 2010
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Posts
    52

    Default

    so in real life the beams girders and channel beams are long pieces of steal that run, lets say from one girder to another? if so why was i picturing them as a small metal thing that supports other long metal things.

  10. #20
    Quantum Mechanic ReMark's Avatar
    Computer Details
    ReMark's Computer Details
    Operating System:
    Windows 7 Pro 64-bit
    Computer:
    Thinkmate
    Motherboard:
    Intel DX58SO2 LGA1366 X58
    CPU:
    Intel i7-960 Quad-core 3.20GHz 8MB cache
    RAM:
    12GB (3x4GB) PC3-106000 DDR3
    Graphics:
    nVidia Quadro K4200, 4GB GDDR5
    Primary Storage:
    150GB Velocipraptor 10,000 rpm
    Secondary Storage:
    none
    Monitor:
    Dell P24LLH - 24" wide screen LCD
    Discipline
    See details...
    ReMark's Discipline Details
    Occupation
    CAD Draftsman/Designer...chemical manufacturing.
    Discipline
    See details below.
    Details
    I work for a specialty chemical manufacturer. I do a little bit of everything from P&IDs to civil to architectural and structural.
    Using
    AutoCAD 2018
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Location
    Norwalk, CT USofA
    Posts
    46,363

    Default

    Registered forum members do not see this ad.

    "Small metal things that supports other long metal things." Funny. Sounds like my wife describing something under the hood (or bonnet). "You know, the big thingy next to the whatchamacallit."

    If the small things are pieces of angle with two or three bolts in them that also go through either the web of the BEAM or the flange of the BEAM those are called "clips". It might be helpful if you looked up some terminology of structural steel.
    "I have only come here seeking knowledge. Things they wouldn't teach me of in college." The Police

    Eat brains...gain more knowledge!

    I'm now a full member of the Society for the Promotion of Mediocrity in CAD. Standards? We don't need no stinkin' standards! Take whatever advice I offer and do the opposite.

Similar Threads

  1. Drafting Problem
    By racosin in forum AutoCAD General
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 27th May 2010, 12:47 pm
  2. 3d drafting???
    By dlxowhd in forum AutoCAD General
    Replies: 25
    Last Post: 12th Oct 2009, 11:36 am
  3. I'm back... Really never left, but I'm back to posting
    By HyperPics in forum AutoCAD RSS Feeds
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 11th Apr 2008, 05:20 pm
  4. Cad Drafting
    By jony69 in forum AutoCAD General
    Replies: 15
    Last Post: 2nd Oct 2007, 06:24 am

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts