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We now create a self-draining style using the elbow we authored and published.
- On the ribbon, click .
- In the Run Assembly File Name field of the Create Run dialog box, type SD Run.
- Click OK.
- Click .
- In the style browser of the Tube & Pipe Styles dialog box, expand the Rigid Pipe with Fittings node.
- Right-click the ASME B36.10M-ASME B16.11 – Steel Threaded Pipe style, and select Copy. You modify this copy to create the self-draining style.
- Right-click ASME B36.10M-ASME B16.11 – Steel Threaded Pipe_Copy(1), and select Active to make the copied style active.
- Right-click the style, and select Edit.
NoteInstead of using the context menu, you can use the commands at the top of the dialog box to manipulate the style.
- On the General tab, select the Self Draining option. When you select the Self Draining style type, the Elbow Custom component is added to the component list. The icon indicates that the component is required and has not yet been specified from the Content Center.
- Because the elbow you published earlier is not an iPart, it is available in one size only. In the Diameter box, set the Nominal Diameter to 3/4 in.
- Right-click Elbow Custom, and select Browse. It accesses components in the Content Center. It can take a few moments.
- When the Library Browser dialog box activates, select the elbow (self-draining_elbow) you published earlier.
- Click OK.
- In the Name field of the Tube & Pipe Styles dialog box, replace the _Copy(1) portion of the default style name with SD Temp.
- Click Save.
- Before you close the Tube & Pipe Styles dialog box, ensure that this self-draining style is active. (It is highlighted in bold in the style browser.)
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