This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Creating a Nozzle ReportOne client asked how to create nozzle reports in the Report Creator. While you can easily print out a list of nozzles, the out-of-the-box setup doesn’t give you a way to view the Equipment tag. Special thanks to Ken Fauver for coming […]
A video demonstrating the new features for CADWorx Plant Professional, and CADWorx P&ID Professional has been posted on our YouTube site. Check it out below: Also we’ve posted a video of another new feature we are adding, the NOZZLEATTACH command: As always trying to keep you informed on the latest CADWorx news! I’ve included the […]
Files for post: Today’s topic grows out of a discussion held at CADWorx University 2010 between my esteemed colleague, Kyle Pope and edit: the Canadian “an esteemed Canadian colleague” Rod Abbott. They were trying to decide the best way to put nozzles on existing equipment. I happen to have my own take on that particular problem. […]
Nozzles in ISOGEN
A small trick, that some might not know about getting Nozzle information into ISOGEN. Sometimes, we run into those pieces of equipment that just don’t fit the mold for what our Equipment module can do for us, or we get packaged equipment from a vendor with a good enough model to use in ours. That happens. This doesn’t mean however that we can’t get the equipment and nozzle info into ISOGEN.
If you have to use something other than CADWorx Equipment to make your equipment, make sure to use Long Weldneck (LWN) flanges for the nozzles. Once you’ve inserted the LWN in, do a component edit, and goto the TAG field. Type in your equipment name and nozzle number there. Isogen will then recognize what you are trying to do and make it into a nozzle for you on your ISO’s.