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Lesson12-RevisionControlExercise

Lesson12-RevisionControlExercise

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Xsteel Training Course Lesson 12 Revision Control ExerciseCopyright Tekla Oyj 2000
 
Page 12-1
Lesson 12 – Revision Control Exercise
 
Xsteel Training Course Lesson 12 Revision Control ExerciseCopyright Tekla Oyj 2000
 
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Delete endplate from Truss and re-number train 8 model
 As a sample revision exercise we are simply going to delete the endplate connection at the left end of the Truss and see what sort of effect this has on the drawings in the model.Open the 3d view of Train 8 model and zoom in on the left end of the Truss.Highlight the joint symbol for the endplate at the left end of the truss at the top chord and delete it.Now before we can run any reports or open any affected drawings we must re-number the model.From the
Setup
pull-down menu check the settings in the
Numbering Setup
dialogue box. (“
Keepnumber if possible
” for revised members is the likely setting.Then go to the
Tools
pull-down menu and select
Numbering – Full 
. After you have numbered the model you should check the drawing list for any flags beside the affecteddrawings. A “
P
” flag indicates that Parts have changed on the drawing. eg. New items have been added or deletedand/or the shape or size of items have been revised etc.. An “
N
” flag indicates that the quantity of members has changed. E.g. There may have been three of these items prior to the revision but now there are only 2 etc..We now need to check what items in the model have been affected by the revision. In the drawing list,select each drawing that has a “
P
” or an “
N
” flag beside it and press the
Select Parts
button on thedrawing list. This will highlight all the parts in the model affected by the revision. This is a visual check of what has been revised.
 
Xsteel Training Course Lesson 12 Revision Control ExerciseCopyright Tekla Oyj 2000
 
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Numbering History File
Now we need to check the numbering.history file to see if any parts or assemblies have been re-numbered. Pick
Tools->Display log file->Numbering history log…
from the menu at the top of thescreen. The numbering.history file is located in the model directory and can also be opened thoughWindows Explorer. A Sample numbering.history report would be as follows:
*** Numbering: ******************************Wed Aug 19 15:46:39 1998Full numberingCompare new to old partsOrientationTolerance: 1.000000XXXP-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXA-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXE-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0Xp/1 Max Part 76 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0Xm/1 Max Part 2 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXB-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXC-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0m/1 Max Part 85 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0B/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 27 FreeNo 0BR/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 8 FreeNo 0C/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 12 FreeNo 0P/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 24 FreeNo 0R/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 6 FreeNo 0T/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 1 FreeNo 0XXXP-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXA-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXE-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0Xp/1 Max Part 76 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0Xm/1 Max Part 2 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXB-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0XXXC-/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0m/1 Max Part 85 Max Assembly 0 FreeNo 0B/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 27 FreeNo 0BR/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 8 FreeNo 0C/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 12 FreeNo 0P/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 24 FreeNo 0R/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 6 FreeNo 0T/1 Max Part 0 Max Assembly 1 FreeNo 0*** Numbering finished ******************************
This numbering history report indicates that no parts or assemblies were re-marked as the words
Part
or 
Assembly
were not listed down the left side of the report where the arrows are shown.

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