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Penn Foster Drafting with AutoCad Structural help with the rebar.

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Hondatek

Mine doesn't look like yours. Did u see them?

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ConfusedStudent

I have looked through so many pages of questions and notes I'm not sure which are yours. I will try to scroll back and find them.

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Hondatek

Mine is the second post on the student forum. Help with rebar. You have a lot of details they don't mention or am I wrong. I'm working on plate 3 now. I'll post a pic when I get home from lunch.

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Hondatek

Oh your in the it. This is where I posted them.

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ConfusedStudent

You could be right. Their directions/instructions are so all over the place that I'm trying to piece it all together correctly. I've read the entire project 3 times to try to make sure I get everything in where it belongs. This is very frustrating and the instructors are little to no help. Thank god for this forum!

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Hondatek

We can help each other as we are in same part.

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ConfusedStudent

Awesome! I'm almost through the 3rd plate. I only get the chance to work on them on the weekends. I work full time surveying and inspecting road construction during the week. By the way my name is Rose and I'm in Montana.

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ConfusedStudent

Here is what I got for plates 3 & 4. I think they could have put 4 on 3 and not done a separate plate. It was useless.

SECTION A.jpg

SECTION B.jpg

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Hondatek

no where have i read where to put the J bolt. also the rebar is only on the footing. not the column above it.

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Hondatek

here is what I have on plate 3

plate3Jaime.jpg

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ConfusedStudent

Page 11 last bullet tells you to put rebar in the pillar. Page 12 under the diagram has the bolt description. It looks like I have my details on the wrong side.

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Hondatek

I see it now. i must have over looked it.

 

Vertical and horizontal rebar is placed in

the pillar similar to that shown in Problem 21-4, (page

45 in Structural Drafting with Basic Architectural

Applications). This rebar is also #6 rebar at 8″ OC. The

overlap of the rebar near the bottom of the pillar is

approximately 2″.

 

also on page 45 section A and B

 

do a close up picture rose so I can have some idea what to draw here.

 

here is what I have so far on that

pillarjaime.jpg

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ConfusedStudent

I'm not sure this is right so don't go by what I have.

pillar.jpg

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ConfusedStudent

Look at post #4. There is a drawing there that looks pretty accurate.

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Hondatek

I did Remark posted it for me. let me see how to better do this.

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Hondatek

This is how im leaving it for grading. unless i hear better. my name is Jaime by the way rose. nice meeting you. how you do on the Olsen Village project?

pillarjaime2.jpg

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ConfusedStudent

It took me a while to figure it out but I got 100%

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Hondatek

ROSE, where did you find the hatching for the concrete? or what did you use?

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ReMark

The hatch pattern is called AR-CONC and it comes standard in AutoCAD.

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ConfusedStudent

That is what I used ReMark. Do you have any feedback for me on what I've done so far?

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