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Elevator / Lift Installation drawing

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    Posted: 20.Dec.2017 at 09:57
Interested to learn about elevator / lift installation mechanical drawing. 
By using Auto cad trying to draw but need help 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John Connor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20.Dec.2017 at 11:15
Can we get some details?

What type of elevator?

Will it be used in a residential, medical or commercial building?

How many floors will the elevator have to access?

What is the height of the building?

Will there be more than one elevator?

Is the elevator on the exterior or interior of the building?

What kind of capacity will be required?

Are you going to draw this in 2D or 3D?  You might want to consider drawing it in 3D (solid model) then you can extract the necessary views from the model.  But I suppose that would depend on whether or not you have experience in 3D modeling with AutoCAD.


Edited by John Connor - 20.Dec.2017 at 14:52
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Elevator manufacturers' websites often have .dwg files available, and many will even generate a "custom" drawing based on your answers to questions about overall travel, capacity, etc.  Mostly I've seen them be of the Architectural elements, but you could use such a thing as a base to draw Mechanical elements into.

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