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    Can someone tell me where I can get a AutoCAD drawing for a K-Series Joist to use in some details. 3D prefered but 2D will work as well. I can drawing the pieces if you just have dimensions for all the parts.

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    Kyle

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    Bar Joist K - Elevation by Vladimir Michl

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Bar Joist K - Elevation by Vladimir Michl

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    I only see Revit files. I need AutoCAD.

    Kyle

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    Darn! Sorry about that. You can try over at the AUGI website or the CAD Block Exchange Network.

    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.php?t=39134

    For future reference...http://softdraft.com/steel-joist
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    Here's a file I've had lingering around for awhile. Comes in handy from time to time.
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    See THIS, Joist program. I worked at one place we had the Bundle, it is well worth the money IMHO.
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    Thank you for the K-Joist Drawings

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    Here's a file I've had lingering around for awhile. Comes in handy from time to time.

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