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5 = Introduction =
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7 When working with reinforcement, all the text belongs to a certain text-template. This text-template is called //Designation style. //For// //all reinforcement that is created, one must decide which //Designation style// should be used. One can use the standard settings or create your own.
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9 A designation style is a pre-defined style that makes the style and content of the text. This can be compared to using and configuring measurement-styles.
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11 All changes one makes are bound to the drawing file that is currently open. If the Designation style is desired in another drawing or vice versa, then it can be imported or exported.
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13 If the designation style should be applied to all new drawings on the local or common level the designation style should be created on the bl.dwg.
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15 [[image:Designation styles....png]]
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17 //Figure 1: Designation styles...//
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19 = Creating a new Designation style =
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21 The advantage of copying an existing is that you get a lot of pre-defined settings. However, sometimes you need to create a new one.
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23 In this example, we will create a new //Designation style// that will be used when drawing reinforcement in a section. The new Designation style should be called **SectionB** and have the following appearance: **10 Ø12 s150-B5** (Number of bars, diameter, ctc-distance, bar number).
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25 Under the reinforcement tab, click on //Designation styles... //and click new. Type SectionB -> OK -> edit.
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27 [[image:SectionB1.png]]
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29 //Figure 2: Creating a new Designation style//
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31 Adding a description under the general tab.
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33 [[image:SectionB1 description.png]]
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35 //Figure 3: General tab//
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37 Choose the textstyle ISO and the textheight 2.5 (mm) under the style tab.
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39 [[image:SectionB1 style.png]]
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41 //Figure 4: Style tab//
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43 Moving to the bar tab, here you will choose how the text to the bar should appear on a drawing. What we will do is following, according to our example
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45 **10 Ø12 s150-B5** (Number of bars, diameter, ctc-distance, bar number). This will be written in the Designation style as below:
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47 //First the amount, space, diameter symbol, diameter, space, one s, ctc-distance, a punctuation mark, shape code and lastly a bar number.//
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49 You must also specify a Criteria value whether the text should appear or not. For example, the shape code should not be written when it is a straight bar (shapecode A for the Swedish standard).
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51 [[image:SectionB1 bar.png]]
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53 //Figure 5: Bar tab//
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55 When the values are picked and typed (the ones marked are typed, the rest picked), It should look like below.
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57 Description of the logical:
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59 * != Not equal to
60 * < Less than
61 * <= Less than or equal to
62 * = Equal
63 * > Greater
64 * >= Greater than or equal to
65 * False. e.g. the criteria "material take off" is OFF (It will not do an MTO)
66 * True. e.g. the criteria "material take off" is ON (It will do an MTO)
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68 [[image:SectionB1 bar filled.png]]
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70 //Figure 6: Bar tab filled//
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72 The //Designation style// is set to SectionB when the following bars are drawn.
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74 [[image:Section B1 text sec.png]]
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76 //Figure 7: Text tab designation style chosen to SectionB//
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78 Below, reinforcement bars are drawn with both the shape code 00 (Straight bar, the one which shall not be displayed) and B.
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80 [[image:Section B1 shape code 00.png]]
81 \\//Figure 8: Draw Bar//
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83 = Import/export of designation styles =
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85 There are four types of functions you can access while working with the designation styles.
86 This menu is found at Reinforcement -> Text -> Designation styles... -> Export / Import...
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88 [[image:exportimport11.png]]
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90 //Figure 9: Import / Export Designation Style Definitions//
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92 You can either (4) Browse and find another external drawing or you can create (3) and open a new external drawing. When this is done, you can either (1) import the selected object from the external file to the current file or vice versa (2) export.
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94 Example: You can import a designation style from another file without getting the things drawn in it. Let us assume that you are in the drawing //ga-0101// and need a designation style that was created in //Ga-0102// called //Importdesstyle. //The procedure is following:
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96 You should have the drawing// ga-0101// open -> Designation styles... -> Export/Import -> Browse... -> (find the drawing //Ga-0102//) open it (now all designation styles in this drawing shows.) -> mark //Importdesstyle //and press Import -> OK. Now you also have the designation style in the drawing //ga-0101//.
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98 [[image:Section B1 import desstyle.gif||height="976" width="1259"]]
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101 = Purge (remove) unused designation styles =
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103 With purge you are able to remove unused designation styles. Only definitions that are not referenced are included in the list.
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105 [[image:definitionspurgethem1.gif||height="978" width="1382"]]
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