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Im currently teaching myself CAD so i can produce my own drawings, has anyone got any CAD symbols they could email me? Just basic stuff like sockets, switches, light fittings, smoke detectors etc.

Thanks
Haywood.
 
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Spudnik

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Somewhere either in the regs or the osg there is a page of all the symbols.

Just had a quick scan and cant find it but im sure they are there somewhere.

Either that or a quick internet search may bring up some results.
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DHES-LTD

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Somewhere either in the regs or the osg there is a page of all the symbols.

Just had a quick scan and cant find it but im sure they are there somewhere.

Either that or a quick internet search may bring up some results.
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Yeah they are there but i need them in dwg format (CAD drawing) so i can drag and drop them onto my drawings.

Thanks anyway.
 

ian.settle1

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Im currently teaching myself CAD so i can produce my own drawings, has anyone got any CAD symbols they could email me? Just basic stuff like sockets, switches, light fittings, smoke detectors etc.

Thanks
Haywood.

If you are teaching yourself CAD why not draw them yourself as it will be good practice for you.
 

ian.settle1

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That kinda defeats the object of computer aided design!:D

Yeah but it is still practice making symbols and other objects though, done CAD course myself so I know what he has been through and the only way to master it is practice and even more practice till you get it right.
 
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Hi have a look at this site tried auto cad myself just didn't have the time to learn. Picked this package up for a couple of hundred quid (see electrical lt) its control panels but they do one for building wiring to. http://www.ige-xao.co.uk
 
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