Pipes ToolboxWin64, English
General Usage Instructions
The PipesToolBox application is a bundle of two editors, PipesToolBox and ManholesToolBox.
The PipesToolBox editor provides a set of tools that can be used to modify a single pipe or multiple pipes. This includes changing the pipe's name, modify slope and invert elevations, swap parts, show the pipe in plan and profile view among others. All of these tools are available in the the editor's main interface. Similarly, the ManholesToolBox editor allows the user to quickly modify a single structure or multiple structures, including changing their names, modify depth and sump elevation, swap parts and show the structure in plan and profile view. The ManholesToolBox main interface provides access to these functions.
The program's User Manual, accesible from the menu at the top right corner, explains the tools available in the program.
|Ribbon/Toolbar Icon||Command||Command Description|
The pipe editor of the PipesToolBox app can be launched by clicking the corresponding button at the Adds-ins tab or by typing ptb in the command line.
The manholes (structures) editor of the PipesToolBox app can be launched by clicking the corresponding button at the Adds-ins tab or by typing mtb in the command line.
The PipesToolBox app can be installed by running the PipesToolBox.msi file and following the instructions in the wizard. This will install the program in the following location: C:\Program Files\Autodesk\ApplicationPlugins.
The first time the application is launched, the user will be asked to validate the license. The program will provide a Request Code that the user has to send to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the purchase order. Within 24 hours we will send you back an Authorization Code that will let you run the program. In the meantime, the program can be run on trial mode.
To uninstall the program, execute the same PipesToolBox.msi file and follow the instructions.
If you have any questions regarding the licencing or use of the program, or any suggestions or bugs to report, please contact us at email@example.com.
|Version Number||Version Description|
|Third release: This version allows users to edit pipes with the "by slope" flow direction method.|