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LTM_1400-7.1_18.dwg from Cfytr

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    Posted: 10.Mar.2023 at 17:16
Cfytr, I have looked inside your excellent update and only on the TF jibs the control knob is not centered, little on the 7m jib and growing bigger to the 56 m.

The rest is so good and I'm just not able to do 10% like this.

P.S. Eventually save your file in zoom extends so that the persons see the entire drawing.

The "colored" shapes let me think at first it was only a "print screen" of the Liebherr catalog.

Eventually write in very big capital letters : DYNAMIC BLOCKS.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Cfytr Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17.Mar.2023 at 16:52
I just saw your message today.
Unfortunately, for the TF boom, it is impossible to put the control handle in the center of the block. since the angle of inclination of the boom should be counted from the horizontal.
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Hello Cfytr, it's OK, you are doing a so great job with all your cranes.
I personnaly have done a lot of mobile cranes for my job that you can eventually see here in the CAD/BIM Blocks library by re-drawing from blank including the diagrams but "only" with "simple blocks.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote malaycobra Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19.Mar.2023 at 01:43
Cfytr,

Your dynamic crane blocks are the best I have seen.

I have some CAD work for you if you are interested.

Please contact me at SS@baycrane.com

Thanks,

Steve
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Hello Cfytr, in fact the TF control knob looks to be centered, don't know what hapened.
Anyway the TF configurations are difficult because of the fixed lean angle of the jib ( 0┬░, 20┬░ or 40┬░ ) to combine with the variable lean angle of the main boom "T".
For the hatched area I saw now your message : The hatching is located on a separate layer, OK for me.
I wish you all the best for you.
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