Alternate Connectors and Seams in CAMduct

4 November 2013All, Fabricationfabrication camduct


Alternate Connectors and Seams in CAMduct

Tired of having to lock connectors and seams onto your items? By utilizing alternate connectors and seams within your pressure files, you will be able to completely control how each fitting is fabricated. There is no need to lock seams and connectors onto your items! When setting up alternate connectors and seams, my suggestion is to name the alternate seam or connector based off connector/seam type. (I.E  S-Pits and L-Pits=”PITTS”, SnapLock=”SNAP” “TDC=FLNG) Watch the quick video below on creating and applying an alternate seam to a square to round. The same functionality/process will be used when applying alternate connectors.

NOTE:Alternate connectors and seams are stored and can only be applied via specifications.

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