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Use this tool to draw standard steel shapes in AutoCAD.

This function was written for AutoCAD R14 for Windows, but should work in R12
and R13 AutoCAD as as well.

1) To use this or any AutoLISP file (*.lsp), you must first load the file. You
can load this lisp file by typing at the command prompt:
Command: (load "steel")

Note: All files in the steel shapes zip file must reside in the AutoCAD
search path. It is recommended that these files be stored in a separate
directory named SS and that the SS directory be referenced in you AutoCAD
search path.

2) Steel Shapes
Command: Steel_Shapes
Shortkey command: SS

This command gives you access to steel shapes dialog box.

3) Select a Steel Shape

There are three list boxes in the steel shapes dialog box. The left most
list box shows the available steel shapes (W Shape, M Shape...Angles, etc.).
After selecting a shape the middle list box will display available shape
sizes (W36, W33...W12, etc). After selecting a size the right most list box
will display a list of sub-sizes (W12x22...W12x14 etc).

After final shape selection, that shape name will display at the top of the
dialog box. As Current shape: W12x22

The Shape Data box to the right of the 3 shape list boxes is an
informational listing about the currently selected shape. This will remain
blank until a shape has been selected and the "Current shape:" label at the
top-left contains a selected shape.

If no current shape is displayed you will not be able to proceed by picking
OK. If you pick OK without having a current shape, an error message will
display above the OK, Cancel, About buttons reminding you to select a shape.

4) Visualization Mode
The visualization mode radio buttons allow you to toggle between drawing
steel shapes in 2d or 3d.

By toggling Visualization mode to 3d disables the view mode radio buttons as
well as Auto-Hatch mode.

3d Note:
All shapes are normalized to the z axis. This means that all shapes draw
long dimensions throught the z axis in a negative direction. For instance
a W14x22 will draw it's web throught the z axis, a WT7x11 will draw it's
stem through the z axis. A negative z direction is opposite the plan

From a WCS if you wanted the stem of a WT to run positive through the z
axis, then you'd have to rotate you usc 180 degrees.

Command: UCS
Rotation angle about X axis <0>: 180

5) View Mode

The view mode radio buttons allow you to select the type of view desired.
Front Elevation
Rear Elevation
Top View
Bottom Section
Cross Section

These views are standard to the steel industry.

Cross sections of all shapes are always drawn using a single polyline. The
other four views use individual line segments to facilitate editting. If a
cross section must be editted, use the explode command to change the
polyline to individual entities.

6) Input Mode

The input mode radio buttons allow you to choose the way points are selected
when drawing the shape.

Top of Steel
Bottom of Steel
X Axis
Y Axis

The Top of Steel input mode allow you to draw the shape based on the top of
steel, using top-bottom, left-right drawing practices. Top being at the top
or left of drawing.

The Bottom of Steel input mode allow you to draw the shape base on the
bottom of steel, using top-bottom, left-right drawing practices. Bottom
being at the bottom or right side of drawing.

X Axis input allow you to draw the shape by selecting input points along the
x axis. This axis is the x axis as stated in the AISC steel manual. This
axis is not available to all views. For instance drawing a top view of a
W shape, x axis is invalid input.

Y Axis input allow you to draw the shape by selecting input points along the
y axis. This axis is the y axis as stated in the AISC steel manual. This
axis is not available to all views. For instance drawing a front elevation
of a W shape, y axis is invalid input.

Input mode radio buttons not valid will be disabled, and default input modes
will be toggled along with a message displayed above the OK, Cancel, About
buttons telling you that the default input mode has been changed.

Center lines are drawn whenever the input mode is along or on an axis.

7) Draw Mode

This mode control allows you to control the display of the shape when drawn.
You can choose Real or Exaggerated dimensions.

Real Mode allows you to use true dimensions for drawing the shape.
Exaggerated allows you to draw the shape with some of the dimensions
exaggerated for scaling purposes.

There are certain scaling situations where the shapes drawn bleed together,
such as drawing a W12x14 front elevation. The flange thickness is so small
that at certain smaller plotting scales the lines representing the flange
bleed together making the shape appear as though it has no flanges. Using
the exaggerated draw mode, will draw the shape to represent this better.

The exaggerated draw mode only changes the steel thickness values, not depth
or width characteristics.

The exaggerated thickness is 1/2 inch, and should be used wisely. Using the
exaggered drawing mode should never be used as design criteria. This
drawing mode is for display purposes only, and in some situations may
distort the appearance of the shape.

8) Hatch Mode

This mode control allows you to toggle on the cross hatching feature of
Steel Shapes. Cross hatching is performed for the section views (Bottom
Section or Cross Section). If hatching is not desired, pick the Hatch
Mode Off radio button.

9) OK button

Picking the OK button will then draw the selected shape and view of that
shape. Some shapes may require additional input, such as dragging the
outstanding leg of an angle or dragging the flange for a WT shape.

Watch the command line prompting for desired input.

When drawing a shape, you may continue to draw as many views of that shape
as you desire, until a return is press at the command prompt for End
point. You will see a prompt to draw that shape again, pick a point to
continue drawing, or press return to stop.

10) Cancel Button

The Cancel button closes the dialog box without doing anything.

11) About button:
The ABOUT button at the bottom of the dialog box will display the version
number of this command and email address for comments and/or suggestions.
Flame mail and SPAM will will only end up in my recycle bin.

12) Included in STL_SV42.ZIP are two bitmap files for including the steel
shapes lisp to an AutoCAD toolbar.

Open your MNU file for editting and place the following line in the toolbar
of your choice.

ID_Steel_shapes [_Button("Draw Steel Shapes", STEEL_16, STEEL_14)]+
^C^C^P(if(not c:ss)(progn(load "steel")(princ)));c:ss

Add the following under the ***HELPSTRINGS portion of your menu:

ID_Steel_shapes [Written by Design Point draws AISC Steel Shapes:: SS]

13) This is SHAREWARE. It is not intended for retail sales of any kind, if you
paid for this function please notify me. This may be freely distributed
Steel Shapes as long as the following 40 files are bundled together:
e) Supporting LSP Files:
f) Supporting Steel Database Files:

This program is SHAREWARE, that means this program is NOT FREE. If you're
using this program in a commercial environment (which means you are using
this program to make money), you need to pay for it. The cost of this
program is $65.00, and should pay for itself with one use. I have not
protected any of these files and this program has no nuisance screen
reminding you to pay. I'm trusting you to respect my time and effort to
provide you with a useful tool. PLEASE DON'T STIFF ME. Just pay the
$65.00 and you won't feel guilty for not paying every time you use it.

Send check or money order to:

Luke Livermore
1982 South Logan
Denver CO 80210-4028

If you send an email address along with your check I'll send any
enhancements when they're made available. I seem to make improvement to
this program a lot. So if you want updates all you need to do is
participate. I will also give email support to those who have paid.

Because this is SHAREWARE, there is no telephone support for this function.
Even though lengths have been taken to ensure this function is bug free, in
my experience, bugs only crop up after software has been made available for
use. Respond to the email address in the about box to report any known
bugs, and I'll do what I can if I think it's warranted. Please keep in
mind that bug reports turned in by those who have not paid for this program
will quite likely be ignored. If you don't want to pay for it don't
complain if it's not working perfectly, after all you've gotten what you've
paid for.

* Reference to AutoCAD and AutoLISP are registered trade marks of Autodesk, Inc.
** Reference to AISC is the trade mark of the American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc.

admin (12.12.2017 21:53 GMT)

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