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Unistrut - Support System (For 3D Inventor)

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    Posted: 14.Apr.2021 at 12:13
Hi Guys,

First ever post but here goes....

I am after the 3D CAD files for Unistrut - the channels, supports and accessories (basically everything if possible) 

I am designing a retrofit solution for a client and need to use this for supporting the new circuit breaker.

I have registered directly through the unistrut website but had no joy.

There is a link to the 3D CAD models, but just takes you to a list of products and you can click any links or download anything, so bit rubbish really.

I can draw each piece myself if I have the data sheets, but theres alot I need and just will take up alot of my design time.

If anyone has anything id be much abliged. 

Cheers
Lee
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Try this web address... BIM/CAD Library | Unistrut
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lees.fisher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15.Apr.2021 at 13:33
Thanks for that - should of said it was the metric system I was after.  I found this yesterday, but metric based info seems impossible to get hold of in the same way.  
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