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Swing Stage CAD Blocks

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JasonBrawn73 View Drop Down
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    Posted: 05.Dec.2020 at 07:13
Hi All,

Does anyone have any 2D cad blocks for a Suspended scaffold (Swing stage) or any of its components? i.e needles, motors, counterweights, rostrums, FSWR or cradles?

Thanks in advance.

Jas
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philippe JOSEPH View Drop Down
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Hello JasonBrawn73, I have done some "TIRAK" winches + Blocstop  in 2D and 3D, ask if needed.
Will you fabricate your scaffold or contract a scaffold company ?
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