Is it possible to add Corrugated Tubes (NW-Tube) and T/Y-pieces to a harness?
Example PMAFLEX conduit and PMAFIX or Schlemmer T and Y pieces.
What groupname should a T/Y-piece have in Vesys Components?
I would add these as "other" components, which have a symbol represetnation. They can be placed onto the harness using the node position utility (just click on a bundle or node).
In Vesys Symbol, I have drawn a T-Piece and added this to a component in the component library.
Now I have a problem with VeSys Symbol: I cannot drawn a line, rectangle, circle etc. any more.
I have restarted the program, cleared locks, tried to make a new library, a new symbol etc. but is has no result.
After selecting the `add line' button, I cannot place any start or end point.
What to do?
Boudewijn, this sounds odd. Can you create an SR on SupportNet.
I have found the problem.
In Vesys Symbol, under Layout -> Grid -> Set Grid Defaults the `Drawing Grid' was set on 1 % for some reason. I changed it back to 10 %.
Now it's ok.
I have inserted a T-pice and added tube to the bundles, see picture.
When I select a tube and edit the `cutback/pullback' value (e.g. 10 mm), it get not deducted from the lenght. (In the BOM the total lengths of the tube is equal to the lengths of the bundles)
How to do this?
We should probably have a separate "cutting list" report for tubes, to include the "engineered length minus any cutback", the BOM will continue to report the "total requirement". Have you created any custom reports before?
No, I haven't done this before. Can you hand some instructions?
Here is a thread that you can read (and download some examples).
On this example is it possible to add points for the conduit entry on the T Piece symbol? These would be snap points in effect so the conduit would run to a snap point then there would be a short length with no covering to the centre of the T piece. The image below is from Vesys Classic. the T piece was drawn to scale with 1 centre insert point and 3 snap points.
Did you ever find a way to add the snap points referred to?
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