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Can anchors be detailed as single parts?

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  • #25767

    Lawrence Puckett
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    I have a few questions that we have come up with in a
    recent meeting.

    – Can joint data, joint loads, can automatically be shown on
    drawings?

    – Can anchors be detailed as single parts?

    Also, I’ve tried adding an anchor to the system using the
    method shown on your site, however, it doesn’t seem to
    be working. The anchor I create in the management tools
    doesn’t show up in the list. Is there another way to create
    anchors?

    #28870

    Janet Black
    Participant

    Hello Tre,

    In reference to your first question regarding joint data and loads, unfortunately joint data and loads cannot be displayed on drawings however the joint name can be displayed.

    As for Anchors being detailed as single parts, not they cannot.

    I have attached a link to assist you in the creation of the Anchor. Should you have any further questions please contact your local Graitec support agents. They will be happy to assist you.

    See link below for additional information.

    http://help.autodesk.com/view/ADSTPR/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-BAE6C2B4-6BCB-4BD3-B2DC-52FA9E9C8718

    I have also created a step by step.

    Additionally you can use the Tools tab and go to Advance Steel help and type” Create Bolt” you will find the 9th FAQ on the list.

    Let me know if this helps

    Best regards,
    Janet

    Attachment: HOW TO CREATE A NEW THREADED ANCHOR_0.pdf

    #28871

    Lawrence Puckett
    Participant

    Thank you for the answers to the first two questions.

    I went ahead and tried the method you supplied and still have the same result, I’m not able to create custom anchors.

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