Python for Tri-clamp and coupling

Python for Tri-clamp and coupling

Win64, English

This catalog includes the 3 most common types of clamps: 2-segments, 3-segments, high-pressure clamp and coupling. It comes with the Ferrule and gaskets which are also custom python script components.

General Usage Instructions

- The clamp is a type of fastening so you cannot see it in the Palettes, it only shows Coupling and Ferrule.

- Connect Ferrule to a pipe and continue drawing the Clamp and the Gasket will automatically fit into the pipe

- To change the type of Clamp or type of gasket please press “CTRL+ LEFT MOUSE” on the objects and select a small arrow yellow button on the right. Currently, you can change up to 3 types of clamps: common 2 segments type, 3 segments type and high-pressure type.

For more clear information, please check the General instruction PDF file that comes with the package.




Step 1: Install the packages

• Windows 7/8.1/10/11: C:\AutoCAD Plant 3D 20XX Content\CPak Common\KLT Python for clamps and couplings

 The package automatically locates the latest version of your Autodesk® AutoCAD® Plant 3D, if you have multiple versions of P3D please change the location to which version you want.

Step 2: Open AutoCAD Plant 3D and open an arbitrary drawing, typing the command: “PLANTREGISTERCUSTOMSCRIPTS” to register the custom script.

Step 3: Open AutoCAD Plant Spec Editor (run as administrator) and open the file “PythonClamp.pcat” This catalog is pre-built for compatibility with DIN 11850, but you can change dimensions to fit with any standard.

Step 4: Add the component from Catalog to your current spec and start modeling.

For more clear information, please check the General instruction PDF file that comes with the package. 

To uninstall this content pack, please go to Control Panel => Programs and Features => select the "Python for clamps" => Uninstall 

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