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    Default Steel shape ifeature catalog

    Hi,
    Anyone know where I can fine ifeature catalogs of steel shapes like channels and wide flange beams?
    thanks

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    Default Re: Steel shape ifeature catalog

    Will the available iFeatures and shapes in the content center not work for you? These can be customized for your specific needs.

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    Default Re: Steel shape ifeature catalog

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Will the available iFeatures and shapes in the content center not work for you? These can be customized for your specific needs.
    Hi Bunny,

    The content center parts only work with assembly they are not accessible from with in a part file that you are using multi solids, unless I am mistaken.

    Ken

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    Default Re: Steel shape ifeature catalog

    The Content Center is accessible at the part level. On the Manage Tab, Insert Panel, select the Feature tool:

    ScreenHunter 2019-11-18 167.jpg

    This will launch the Content Center, where you can choose from the available features. Using the CC Editor, you can create custom features to insert as well.

    ScreenHunter 2019-11-18 168.jpg

    P.S. I am using 2020, so your interface may be different.

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    Default Re: Steel shape ifeature catalog

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    The Content Center is accessible at the part level. On the Manage Tab, Insert Panel, select the Feature tool:

    ScreenHunter 2019-11-18 167.jpg

    This will launch the Content Center, where you can choose from the available features. Using the CC Editor, you can create custom features to insert as well.

    ScreenHunter 2019-11-18 168.jpg

    P.S. I am using 2020, so your interface may be different.
    Yes, you are right you can get features that are in the library! what you can not get is the structural shapes, which is what my original question was about. I do not want to have to create the entire structural library into iFeatures in order to use them, I know I can create them.

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    Yes, you are right you can get features that are in the library! what you can not get is the structural shapes, which is what my original question was about. I do not want to have to create the entire structural library into iFeatures in order to use them, I know I can create them.

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    Default Re: Steel shape ifeature catalog

    Sorry for wasting your time.

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