Must Read Notes: 1. Must have AutoPIPE Advance or Nuclear license on your account !!!
2. Confirm version of AutoPIPE and OPIM version installed are as mentioned in AutoPIPE's Readme file. Use of any other OPIM software version not tested with said version of AutoPIPE may not function correctly.
3. Only the piping node points displayed within the current viewing screen or selected segments are saved and exported to Stress Isometric DWG / DGN / DXF file. Hidden segments points are not exported.
4. Beams are not exported to Stress Isometric.
5. Detailed information on Stress Isometric features:
To create a stress isometric (DGN, DXF, DWG) of an AutoPIPE model
a. Must have AutoPIPE Advance or Nuclear license on your account !!!
b. Zoom model extents
c. Select Save Stress Isometric (File > Isometric > Save Stress Isometric)
d. When the Save Stress Isometric dialog appears, specify the path location to save the file to (default same folder as AutoPIPE model, change default file name, select "Save as type", and press Save button.
e. Next the AutoPIPE Isometrics Manager Options dialog. Make changes as needed and press OK button
f. AutoPIPE performs a consistency check, then generates the file. If any or warnings occurred during the transfer, these are displayed so they may be reviewed by the user.
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05 sec - open existing file or example model
21 sec - analyze the model
28 sec - save as Stress iso
30 sec - select isometric drawing format (DGN, DWG, or DXF)
38 sec - configure stress iso settings
44 sec - configure table settings
50 sec - configure Settings button
1:07 sec - configure Break Points
1:12 sec - configure Annotation
1:14 sec - press OK to start creating stress isometric based on configurations
1:20 sec - stress isometric creation completed and automatically opened in OPIM
1:27 sec - The end
Use instructions in following video for technique on how to create a stress isometric for a selected group of segments.