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    Smile scaffolding drawing

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    Dear sir,

    Need help!
    anyone have scaffolding drawing(autocad)?

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    You might try looking on either/both of these websites: Cad Block Exchange Network and the CADforum.
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    Thank you advise.. ^^

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    these websites: Cad Block Exchange Network and the CADforum .... .inside not this dwg...

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    What can I say? It was worth a shot.

    Have you tried checking the website of a scaffolding manufacturer to see if they have CAD drawings available for downloading?
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    Here is a program called "CAD for Falsework Scaffold and Shoring" but it is not free.

    http://www.avontus.com/products/cad.aspx

    And another...

    http://www.smartscaffolder.com/smart...r_draw_it.html

    There are at least two other CAD programs that can be utilized for drawing scaffolding that I came across as well.

    And finally, a block is available here...http://www.cadforum.cz/catalog_en/block.asp?blk=3111
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    i find this dwg. a few hours... all is very simple thing...
    more all the web site need pay the money...

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    Your request for a CAD drawing of scaffolding contained no details to exactly what you needed so I did the best I could given the lack of information. I guess there aren't too many people interested in making their own drawings of scaffolding which accounts for the lack thereof. So, you have two choices: 1) buy a program or 2) make the drawings yourself.
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    1) my company not buy the program 2) make the drawing. i do no the anything about scaffolding.
    now, i just collect the drawing about scaffolding for the future use....

    But very thank you information about thing..
    Last edited by leongtechno; 14th Jun 2012 at 02:30 am.

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    Hi,

    PON CAD is a powerful professional software to design of any type of scaffolding in 3D mode.

    Have a look into the below site

    ponteggicad.it/ descrizione_poncad_ponteggi_en.html

    You can draw engineering AUTOCAD Scaffolding diagrams below reffered site will help you a lot.

    smartscaffolder.com/smart_scaffolder_draw_it.html

    rmscaff.com/services/

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