RealityLINx users?

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MHoogerwerf
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RealityLINx users?

Post by MHoogerwerf » Tue May 19, 2009 10:57 am

Are there users of the program RealityLINx here?

I will have a meeting with someone from Inovx to talk about the program and the problems I have with it. If you work with RealityLINx and you have some questions about it, please post it here and I will discuss it with him.

Creating straight pipelines/standard elbows is no problem at all. But when there is a non-standard bended pipesegment, there is no option to make it by yourself (for what I know and see in the Help-files). That is one of my questions. (See attachement for an example)
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Re: RealityLINx users?

Post by sean » Wed May 20, 2009 3:32 pm

Hi Martijn,
It is possible to change the bend radius and angle of an elbow to any dimension. To do this place a default elbow, then open it's properties dialog (right click properties), if it has a catalog remove it. once the catalog is removed the radius and bend angle can be changed to fit the scan data. See attached jpg.
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Re: RealityLINx users?

Post by MHoogerwerf » Mon May 25, 2009 8:58 am

Thank you for your reply Sean.

I had to say this in my first but I already knew this possibility. To model all this kind of elbows precisely to fit the scan data will be very time-consuming. I was hoping for a smarter solution to handle this.

Martijn

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