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BABS16 View Drop Down

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    Posted: 21.Nov.2012 at 14:24
I'm in the process of being employed as a draughtsman by a firm who have never had a draughtsman present within the firm. What i'm looking for is a library containing blocks with all the duct works etc. this is so i can set up a library so when and if i start i'm able too. can any one help?

Edited by BABS16 - 21.Nov.2012 at 14:50
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John Connor View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21.Nov.2012 at 19:39
Your employer should buy one of the AutoCAD vertical products that comes with a library of ductwork already included.  Now that would be the smart thing to do.

Another option is an add-on program such as...

Edited by John Connor - 21.Nov.2012 at 19:40
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