Managing Multiple Sheet Sizes with CAMduct

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I often see different companies with multiple locations utilizing one database. However, at those multiple locations they have different hardware available on the floor. An example would be Location A having one size of plasma requiring certain sheet sizes and Location B requiring a different sheet size. While using one …

Weekly Reports from CAM

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I’ve been asked a few times here recently if there is a way to get a weekly report for everything you do metal wise within CAMduct. The short answer is, yes you can! However it may be difficult based off of how you structure your project folders and jobs. Watch the …

End Draw Types and Connector Breakpoints

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Ever get fed up with connector breakpoints and what each line actually controls? Check out the diagram below with an explanation of each rectangular break-point line, and what they are actually doing. The following setup is for a rectangular connector using the “Coupling Plate” end draw type. Gasket- This value …

What’s the Difference?!

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Ever have inconsistencies within your BOM while spooling?These inconsistencies are typically caused by report setup and/or differences within the items being spooled. Check the video below to learn a nifty little command that is beneficial to the spooling process!

Save a Click……Apply a Script

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When applying hangers to your items/drawing, there are several different methods. You can use Design Line with a support specification applied to the condition affecting your hangers, and HANGERCMD with the same specification applied. In the event you want to manually place hangers on your items, the best method is …

Offset rules because…offsets rule!

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By using offset rules, you can dictate how offsets are handled and what fittings are used based off of the actual offset distance.Follow the below steps to set up 2 custom offset rules within design line. Note: Click images to enlarge. 1. Enter the Service Database 2. Move to the Offset Rules tab …