i need a source for alloy 20 pipe fittings. also dimensional data.
Alloy 20 is the material designation. If you are using standard schedule pipe in that material, you could just download the fittings from mcmaster and change the material in the parts:
From ASTM B729-05, where it is referred to as UNS N08020, it has ys=35ksi and ts=80ksi.
And it does state in there to specify the schedule. So, my above statement appears to apply
Dimensions are fairly standard per Rating. I purchase 3000# fittings typically because lesser ratings do not have mill specs available for the metals used. You can use the SOLIDWORKS Content models. They are available here:
These packages will download a full set of components: cap, cross, elbow 90, tee, threaded coupling, threaded half-coupling, union, and likely more. Those are the ones I've developed and added to my design library.
They are colorful. I refer to source configurations as 'clown colors' which shows me that I had not chosen the correct material configuration. I create a subconfiguration for every useful size/rating per material. Then each subconfiguration gets a BOMDescription and Material configuration-specific custom property applied.
If I had to do this process over again, I would add X, Y, and Z axes, face reference planes, and seat reference planes to the base part for mate references in use. They already come with RPoint, CPoint 's added, but will need further attention to adapt for Routing (if that what you need) according to my procedures
If you prefer to use separate parts per material, you can just assign it one material and save it as Alloy20PARTNAME, or categorize by folder, or whatever works for you. Then, configuration-specific custom properties are mainly used for Piping BOM generation. Common definitions between parts makes for very easy process of Replace Component, if they are not all contained in one multi-material configured component.
When I expanded my library to include PVDF (Kynar) components (SCH.80 rating), I started those as separate files derived from SWx Content source files, then dimensionally conformed per catalog cutsheet dimensional charts. These Content files are design table based, which makes it fairly easy to save_as and adapt dimensions by table edits.
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