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    Hello, Everey one!!!!!

    I'm just joint to the forum and i'm glad to see so many people share with others with a helpful info.

    Can anyone help me to get AutoCad blocks for tube and fitting scaffold (any what you have).

    Thanks in advance.

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    If you keep giving me a jab in the ribs to remind me on , Ive got some but I currently have Autocad Uninstalled and I need to retrieve the files off an external hard drive currently unplugged .

    Ive got the memory of a fcukin goldfish mate so just keep giving me a jab till I get everything re-installed.
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit." Aristotle

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    Superscaff75, it would be great if your blocks will help me. At the mean time i have some as well (double, Gin Wheel, beam clamp) and if you need i can share it with you or some one else.
    What autocad you are using now?????????????/

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    Im not a super experienced autocad user, but im currently or will be using autocad 2010, I learnt on a older one possibly 2004 not sure an at the time I had 2007 I think but then the gui interface all changed to the microsoft office style and it bamboozled me for a bit ( I dont get enough time to practice ) as the old style everything was kinda in its place but the new style also came with what I thought were a few little slight changes to where things were an also under different kinda headings or names, probably doesnt sound much to a professional autocad user but Id only just finished doing my Autocad level 1, 2 and 3 courses at a night college and with it not being part of my actual job I didnt really get lots of practice and experience using it so it kinda knocked me a little sideways.

    Also sending you a pm bud

    Also to any engineers or designers Reading this If any of you are interested in sharing blocks or similar kinda files we should maybe try and organise a list of who has what to share , I know some of you dont like sharing your top of the range stuff but im sure you must have some general stuff you dont mind sharing around to possible design students or like me enthusiastic autocad user or even professionals.

    If necessary we could maybe keep a hidden list to ensure only regular forum user,s have access to it and not just any old one post wonders or guest user have access to them.
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    To every one. i'm fully agree with superscaff75. if any of you like to share with others some helpful info etc etc, pls joint

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    hey, i am very keen to enter the world of scaff CAD. have been scaffolding for 10 years and wanna move on up!
    whats the fist step?
    course?
    software?

    cheers.

    bambam

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    Hello gentlemen,
    The reason of my joining to this forum was a interesting of software for preparing scaffolding drawing/calculation.
    What the program is used for preparing drawings/calculations?
    Maybe you know the people which doing it?

    I will be thankful for each information about it.

    I can send a 2D blocks of elements of scaff BAUMANN Mostostal Company - this system is compatibile with Layher.

    Best regards,

    Darek

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    Hi bambam was you on shorham power station 2years ago mate you from the boro

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    Got loads of blocks from X beams to Haki stairs so if anyone gets stuck i've probably got something to help you out.

    My Layher beam blocks haven't been updated in a while but the dims are still sound.

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    Hi Nick-CDS
    do you have any tube and fitting scaffolding blocks?????

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