APS-CONFIG - Bolts
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Architectural Production Software 2005

BOLTS / SCREWS / NAILS CONFIGURATION

Main Configuration Dialog
Detailer Commands
Bolt/Screw/Nail

Configuration dialog:

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Breakdown of configuration options

Color and Lineweight for Bolt & Screw Heads and Nails

Commands affected:  BOLTS, SCREWC, SCREW, NAIL

Select the color and lineweight for the bolt heads/nuts, screw heads, and nails. The areas shown in yellow at left. (how to select colors) If you are using AutoCAD® Release 14 or earlier the lineweight value will have no effect now, but we encourage you to set it so you won't have to later when you upgrade.


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Color and Lineweight for Shaft and Threads

Commands affected:  BOLTS, SCREWC, SCREW, NAIL

Select the color and lineweight for the shaft and threads. (shown in yellow here) You will also notice that the two "bolt head edges" shown on the bolt head are also set here.

 

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Linetype for Shaft and Threads

Commands affected:  BOLTS, SCREWC, SCREW

Select the linetype for the shaft and threads. (The areas shown yellow in the image directly above.) The linetypes listed are from the linetype files specified in the LType Cmd section of this configuration utility.
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