Create New SKEY from AutoCAD 2D to PDMS Draft

How to create a new SKEY using AutoCAD 2D and transferred to PDMS Draft? by using this tool, you will be easy to convert 2D AutoCAD to PDMS Isodraft Symbol Template. Here’s how to use the tool New SKEY from 2D AutoCAD to PDMS Draft: 1. Open AutoCAD and load ISYMB_CAD2PDMS.VLX in AutoCAD, file can… Read More »

New SKEY from AutoCAD 2D to PDMS Draft

New SKEY using AutoCAD 2D and transferred to PDMS Draft? by using this tool, you will be easy to convert 2D AutoCAD to PDMS Isodraft Symbol Template.

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Create New SKEY for Isometric Drawing in PDMS DRAFT

The following is PDMS tutorial how to create new SKEY, sometimes we as PDMS Admin will need new symbols which is used to show the new components into isometric drawings. Before creating a new SKEY, much better please click the link below to learn what is SKEY, Abbreviation Often used in PDMS Isometric. Here’s how… Read More »

Abbreviation often used in Isodraft PDMS

This page is a abbreviation often used in Isodraft PDMS. Symbol Keys Refer to User Guide ISODRAFT Section 3.2 Each type of component has a two-dimensional symbol which is used to represent it on the isometric drawings. Each symbol is referred to by a text attribute, known as the symbol key (SKEY) attribute, of a… Read More »

Find Out an Element from VIEW Limits PDMS Draft

Here pdmsid share macros are used to find and determine what elements are contained within the VIEW Limits PDMS Draft by the boundary line which is predetermined. Before continue you may be interested in other pdms macro such as PDMS Macro Miter Elbows Primitive. Sometimes we need the info list of elements, such as pipes,… Read More »

DRAFT Alternative Character

PDMS DRAFT incorporates an alternative character set that provides useful symbols. An ‘alternative’ character is specified by preceding one of a set of normal alphanumeric characters by the tilde (~) sign. For example, the steelwork I-beam symbol could be defined as a TEXP by setting the BTEX attribute as: BTEX ‘~I’ The tilde may be… Read More »