In this lesson, learn how to create a duplicate component from an existing part in your catalog.
- If you need to create a new part to your catalog,…sometimes it's best to create a duplicate…of an existing part, and make the modifications…to the copy.…Just remember, it's good practice not to make changes…to your master catalogs.…So here's how you would create a component…that has the same physical properties as the original…but has a different description.…So let's navigate to our desktop,…so open catalog, desktop, exercise files,…and we're going to go all three or four,…create a duplicate component,…and select the pipings and fittings catalog.…
Now we're going to come up to our catalog editor.…And we're going to run some filters for flange.…And I want to pick a weld neck.…So my short description, 150 pounds,…I want a race face, and I'm going to choose this one here.…So now I want to create a new component…based on exactly the same physical properties as this one…but I'm going to change the long description.…I'll explain why you may need to do that.…So first I'm going to just highlight…and I'm going to come up here and say duplicate…
- Using part filters
- Modifying parts
- Adding new parts to a catalog
- Using the Spec Editor
- Creating a new spec
- Adding components to a spec
- Editing parts
- Using Part Use Priority
- Editing specs in Excel
- Setting up and modifying a branch table
- Testing components and branch tables
Skill Level Beginner
AutoCAD P&ID Essential Training: Administratorwith Irene Radcliffe3h 35m Intermediate
AutoCAD P&ID Essential Training: Userwith Irene Radcliffe3h 36m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
4. Branch Tables
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