Hi, i would like to ask if anyone know how to do the component routing for a wye? It doesn't have a wye fittings in the wizard.

Any help would be very appreciated. Thank you!

Hi, i would like to ask if anyone know how to do the component routing for a wye? It doesn't have a wye fittings in the wizard.

Any help would be very appreciated. Thank you!

Khoi,

In short, it's not unlike a reguler straight T. Just create the model as is most convenient to attach the needed designtable to it and have Cpoints at the 3 ends.

E.g.: in our case we had the luck that the Y part table in the catalogue gave us the measurements from the long end to the intersection point, the short end from the intersection point to the end and the length of the side run from intersection point to the end.

In your case you'll have to put some trigonometry calculations in your designtable. Shouldn't be difficult seeing that the angle is known and that it's an isosceles triangle

*ponder*

Then again.... you could just make an additional sketch with the dimensions as provided by the supplier and have that drive the actual sketch needed to model the part.

Khoi,

In short, it's not unlike a reguler straight T. Just create the model as is most convenient to attach the needed designtable to it and have Cpoints at the 3 ends.

E.g.: in our case we had the luck that the Y part table in the catalogue gave us the measurements from the long end to the intersection point, the short end from the intersection point to the end and the length of the side run from intersection point to the end.

In your case you'll have to put some trigonometry calculations in your designtable. Shouldn't be difficult seeing that the angle is known and that it's an isosceles triangle

*ponder*

Then again.... you could just make an additional sketch with the dimensions as provided by the supplier and have that drive the actual sketch needed to model the part.