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mmmbac0n

Mmmbac0n's Civil Structural Architectural CAD Tools - Rev 2

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Hi everyone, 

 

I use paint.net on a daily basis to create sketches for structural engineers.
 

Here is my library, hope you find this useful. I will likely add more shapes to this in the future as I need them. The detail level is just for sketching so there is only one profile per section type. Should be good enough.

 

If you have any requests please post here and I will do my best to update the library. 

 

See Changelog for downloads.

 

Changelog

 

Revision 2:

 

No New symbols added this revision. Just some changes to the symbols to get them working correct with the default fill tools. 

 

CSA CAD TOOLS R2.zip

 

1360863454_CSACADTOOLSR2.png.8cdb9be4f62726520038028dd4cc961c.png

 

 

 

Revision 1:

 

Items:

  • Bolt
  • Moment Plate
  • Nut
  • Pinned Plate

Profiles:

  • Angle
  • Channel
  • HSS Rect
  • HSS Round
  • Uneven Leg Angle
  • Equal Leg Angle
  • W Shape

Symbols:

  • Centerline
  • Datum
  • Detail Bubble
  • Detail Title
  • Grade/Earth
  • North Arrow Simple
  • North Arrow Fancy
  • Pipe End
  • Pipe Elev
  • Section Bubble
  • Span
  • Top Of

Weld Symbols:

  • Backing
  • BevelL
  • BevelR
  • Fillet
  • Flag (Field / Shop)
  • Flare-bevel
  • Flare-V
  • J
  • Plug
  • Seam
  • Spot
  • Square
  • Tail (Comments)
  • U
  • V

 

Other:

  • Logo

 

Thanks!

CSA CAD TOOLS.zip

CSA CAD TOOLS.png

Edited by mmmbac0n
Updated to Rev 2 - Some changes to get symbols fill types working correct
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Thanks! I actually just read your ShapeMaker Mini Tutorial, so I may have to make another revision to get the blocks rendering correct with the fill modes. That could be helpful...

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It took me a while to get the hang of ShapeMaker. I've been with it since it's inception.

 

I'm glad my Mini Tut was helpful to you.  :)

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It's so strange how the components are either additive or subtractive. Took me a while to grasp that concept. You really need to think like a programmer to create complex shapes, It's like a sandwich.

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