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PVC Piping blocks

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    Posted: 10.May.2017 at 16:24
Hi, there.Does anyone knows where to find a library for PVC pipes reducers,tee,elbow etc for autocad ?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John Connor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10.May.2017 at 16:53
Have you checked the CAD Blocks section of this website yet?

Blocks/symbols only have to be saved in either DXF and/or DWG file format to be inserted into AutoCAD.  Check the version of AutoCAD that the blocks were created in too.

Can we assume you are working in metric units?


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Thank you for answering me. I have already checked the site, but i didnt find anything, except one file with few pcv elbows, tees, reducers (file : PVC-FITTING-ELBOWS-TEE-REDUCERS.DWG), im using a metric units
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John Connor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10.May.2017 at 17:22
Well there are other places that you can check.  One of them is the AUGI website.  You might get lucky and find something there.  But you will have to sign up first.

There is also this app at the AutoDESK App Store....

https://apps.autodesk.com/ACD/de/Detail/Index?id=5542906462405181104&appLang=en&os=Win32_64

The symbols are metric.


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Put something like "free cad blocks" into a web browser Search window, and you'll get more sites than you can ever look at.  Most have categories, many have both 2D and 3D versions of things, etc., etc.  You should also look into manufacturers' websites.

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Thanks everyone for helping me. I find the George Fisher AutoCAD Library useful
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