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Bernoulli
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Hello and Help I have found several links to Microsoft Word downloadable hydraulic symbols. The links are all broken and I can not contact Bud T direct for email. Any assistance is appreciated.


Thanks in Advance for your assistance!
 
Posts: 6 | Location: Central California | Registered: 22 January 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Bernoulli
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O.K. No luck that way. let's try this:
Does anyone know where the hand drawn templates can be purchased? I ready need to draw schematics in the field.

Michael :-)


Thanks in Advance for your assistance!
 
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Bourdon
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Originally posted by Int3man:
O.K. No luck that way. let's try this:
Does anyone know where the hand drawn templates can be purchased? I ready need to draw schematics in the field.

Michael :-)

I use MS word to draw my symbols...you can make a word document, insert a symbol or part of a schematic into a dialog box... use a snippingtool to capture direct from screen.....then use the different drawing tools to make a "copy" of the picture....


Per A
...ak kam aan...flow doesn't make motion, flow is motion....
 
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Pascal
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http://www.templatemaker.com/p...ateName=hydrasymtemp


someone painted "April Fools" in big black letters on a "Dead End" sign....
 
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Bourdon
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I used to have one of those....from FESTO....great when you work with pencil and paper....might work the norwegian way on the computer too, tape it on the touch screen.... Big Grin


Per A
...ak kam aan...flow doesn't make motion, flow is motion....
 
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Bernoulli
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Thanks guys,
I'll get one on order. If anyone has a lead on the Downloadable file that BudT mentioned please let me know.

Thanks again. Michael :-)


Thanks in Advance for your assistance!
 
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Good Day, Can some one tell me waht is schemetic symbol of hydraulic swivel.
Thanks
 
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Bourdon
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Originally posted by Ali:
Good Day, Can some one tell me waht is schemetic symbol of hydraulic swivel.
Thanks

If I remember right out of my head, I think I have seen this symbol used for a hydraulic swivel....someone correct me if I am wrong please...


Per A
...ak kam aan...flow doesn't make motion, flow is motion....
 
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Pascal
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Akkamaan is correct.

We havent used it for quite a few years though.


someone painted "April Fools" in big black letters on a "Dead End" sign....


 
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I liked these back in the day:


someone painted "April Fools" in big black letters on a "Dead End" sign....


 
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in checking the latest ISO symbols, the circle w/ arrow is still the current. I have never seen the box as a valid symbol


Don
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Thanks a lot to evry one who has given his precious time to provide me this information.

Thanks again.
 
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Pascal
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I can not contact Bud T direct for email.


Sadly Bud T passed last year. ISZ
 
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Reynolds
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That's really sad to hear. he was the man with so much knowledge and a passion to share it. He was always willing to help. Was he ill?


Losty!
 
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