I'm looking to download a C4x6.11 channel that is not in any of the weldment folders, it's used for stainless steel, any help would be great.
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I'll call your channel supplier and see what they can supply first.
Uncommon shape might take months and cost a lot for a special run.
Some only get make in limited quantity once a year.
I don't have it, but if you have the dimensions it shouldn't take long to edit another C-section profile sketch and do a "Save as." Do you need a file that you can modify?
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Don't be shy to edit a weldment profile. It won't effect the original library and if you need to use it a lot, you can save it to your library.
also there's a huge weldment package floating around with just about every structural shape imaginable.
I don't have the dimensions.
it seems that the handbook I have is out of date from the suppliers website. I won't need a file to modify.
Your C4x6.11 channel is not within ANSI standard. I cannot locate it in any standard. Are you sure that it is correct? Is this in another standard? Can you elaborate usefully, or are you aiming your question at someone who inherently understands what you mean, which is therefore not me?
I was going to share a dwg with channel profiles you can copy or import into a SLDLFP file, but it only contains ANSI standard shapes.
See also: https://www . engineeringtoolbox . com/american-standard-steel-channels-d_1321.html or Google search, "ansi channel dimensions" Another search .. "No results found for "C4x6.11" channel." I don't think that shape exists.
Or, make up your own standard. Apply standard dimensions, and alter web depth & flange depth variables with specified material until it weighs what you want in pounds per foot, which is the meaning of the number after the x.
it's in a stainless steel handbook. C4x6.11 (c) (int)
I just found the website that I have my handbook from and just checked they site, they list the size in their handbook but not on there website, must've been a discontinued size and my handbook is out of date. Thanks Frederick.
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