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Wiki Page: Family modifications not reflected in project

by Matt_P @ elcoCAD | Promis.e

Product(s): Promis.e, Bentley Substation Version(s): through 08.11.13.140 Environment: N/A Area: Component Management Subarea: Family Creation Problem Description Why are the changes I made to a family not appearing in my project? The old or wrong definition of the family seems to persist. Explanation By design, changes to family definitions in catalogs do not automatically affect the family definitions in projects. After making changes to a family that has already been used in a project, update the family definition in the project. Steps to Resolve Open a page in the affected project. Select [[Update Family]] . Click the Get Family List button. Select the family to update in the Family drop-down list. Click the Compare Families button to view the differences between the family in the catalog and the family in the project. Click OK to update the family in the project. Another possible cause of the "wrong" family definition being used is that the family name exists more than one catalog listed in the Catalog Paths area of the [[Setup]] dialog or it also exists in a "ProjectCatalog" subfolder of the project's folder. The software will use the definition it finds first, and the search hierarchy is the ProjectCatalog (if present) followed by the Catalog Paths in the order they are listed. In this case, remove the extra family definitions from the other catalogs, or change the order of Catalog Paths. Original Author: Matt_P Keywords: cross reference symbol, cross reference symbol position, connection point text, number of roles, symbol, parent, child

How to Add Wire Numbers to Schematics in 10 Seconds or Less

by Loretta Stiurca @ DesignPoint

The post How to Add Wire Numbers to Schematics in 10 Seconds or Less appeared first on DesignPoint.

The Wire re-up: season three, episode 10 – reform, Lamar, reform

The Wire re-up: season three, episode 10 – reform, Lamar, reform


the Guardian

SPOILER ALERT: This weekly blog is for those who have already seen The Wire in its entirety. This week: things ain't what they used to be

Wire Number

Wire Number


Acne JR

Wire Number is a Numeral system for outdoor och indoor entrances. Size: W 3,6 H 10,6 D 4,2 cm Material: Steel Design: Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyng Cho.

Wire Number

Wire Number


Gardenista

WIRE NUMBER is a numeral system for outdoor and indoor entrances. Inspired by the beauty of customized door numbers on old streets and downtown neon lights

3 Ways to Reduce Your Number of Physical Prototypes

by Danielle Harrison @ DesignPoint

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Wiki Page: Nothing happens when using Automatic Wire Numbering

by Matt_P @ elcoCAD | Promis.e

Product(s): Promis.e, Bentley Substation Version(s): through 08.11.12.140 Environment: N/A Area: Wire Numbering Subarea: Automatic Wire Numbering Problem Description When trying to use [[Automatic Wire Number]] , nothing happens or nothing changes after clicking OK . Explanation The Automatic Wire Number tool doesn't overwrite the existing wire labels unless told to do so. Therefore when automatic wire numbering is used on the wires already having labels it doesn't change those labels, giving an impression that nothing happened or changed after running the automatic wire numbering command. Automatic Wire Number does not assign numbers to wires without a connection to at least one device. There may be filters applied preventing wire numbers from being assigned. Steps to Resolve Ensure wires to be numbered are connected to connection points on symbols. Source and/or target devices should be listed on [[Wiring Manager]] ([[Forced Routing Manager]] in older versions). The "Wire Without Connection" check in [[Engineering Design Considerations]] may also help find unconnected wires. In the Automatic Wire Number dialog / Wire Auto Label dialog, set the check boxes to Overwrite labels, if applicable. Set the Mode and Use settings to match the wires to be numbered. Original Author: K_obsr

Simulation Tech Tip: Mesh Sectioning

by Jenna Boyle @ DesignPoint

We've got our simulation study set up for the above shown suspension bracket. We've meshed the assembly, and think it looks pretty good' but how do we know? It's important to have a larger number of mesh elements at any location where we'll be seeing large changes in stress. With insufficient elements, we may not accurately capture the stress values in the part, and as a result won't be able to understand if the part is really yielding or not. On the above mesh plot, we predict that stress change will likely occur at the fillet pointed out.

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Wiki Page: Symbols and wires offset at pointer until placed

by Matt_P @ elcoCAD | Promis.e

Product(s): Promis.e Version(s): 08.11.12.18 Environment: Windows 7 64 bit Area: Component Features Subarea: Insert Symbol By Name Problem Description While inserting a symbol onto a page, the symbol's insertion point is not at the mouse pointer but is one grid point away, to the left, right, top, or bottom depending on which way the mouse is moved. When the design area is clicked to insert the symbol, the symbol is inserted in the correct, desired position. Similarly, after selecting the start point of a wire, the end point appears to be one grid point away from the mouse cursor until the design area is clicked to select the end point, at which time the endpoint is correct. Steps to Resolve Updating the video card driver resolved the issue. In that case, the video card was an ATI Radeon HD460. Original Author: Matt_P Keywords: offset, jump, move, erratic

Device Wiring: Using formulas to deliver specific wire numbers - Computer Aided Technology

Device Wiring: Using formulas to deliver specific wire numbers - Computer Aided Technology


Computer Aided Technology

SOLIDWORKS Electrical uses variables that sends information to the data base, (Component marks, wire numbers…). This information in the variables can then be utilized via the formula manager so that it can be displayed in your documentation. For example: Equipotential number coming from the database: "5" This value is stored in the variable "EQU_NO" If you want to present this information on your drawing as "005" (N° displayed with 3 characters), you will need to use the following formula: STRZ(VAL(EQU_NO), …

Wiki Page: The GUID in the project database doesn’t correspond to GUID for this project in the ect.fid

by Matt_P @ elcoCAD | Promis.e

Product(s): Promis.e, Bentley Substation Version(s): V8i through 08.11.13.140 Environment: SQL Server Area: Project Management Subarea: Project Manager Problem Description “ The GUID in the project database doesn’t correspond to GUID for this project in the ect.fid file ” appears as a tooltip when the mouse pointer is hovered over a project in the folder tree in [[Project Manager]] . The icon for the project folder has a red-circle slash symbol on it, and no project pages are listed. Reason Project folders are correlated to the project database by an alphanumeric string, referred to as the "guid". The message indicates that the guid value found in the ect.fid file does not match the value found in the "guid" column of the record for the project in the "Project" table. Steps to Resolve "The software" and "the application" in the steps below refer to the Bentley application affected, either Promis.e or Bentley Substation. Option 1 - Restore the project from backup If a [[Backup Project|backup]] of the project was recently created, [[Restore Project|restore the backup]] and continue working on the restored project. Option 2 - Connect to the server hosting the database It's possible that the data for the project in question is in a different database than is currently being used by the software. Open the ect.fid file in the affected project's folder using Notepad or other text editor. Recent versions of the software list the server name on line 4 and the database name on line 8. Note the server name. Ensure the server name being used on [[Setup]] > Project Database (tab) > Server name matches the server name in the ect.fid file. Option 3 - Resolve the guid discrepancy Using SQL Server Management Studio If not already installed, install SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). If SSMS is installed it should appear in Start > All Programs > Microsoft SQL Server 20xx . SSMS can usually be [[Install SQL Server Management Studio|downloaded as a standalone item]] or installed from the SQL Server installation file. Run SSMS. A Connect to server dialog will appear. Enter or browse for the server name. It should appear as it does on the [[Setup]] dialog. After connecting to the SQL Server, expand the Databases folder in the Object Explorer on the left. Expand the database used by the software (see the [[Setup]] dialog to determine the proper database). Expand the Tables folder. Right click on the dbo.Project table and select Open Table or Select Top 1000 Rows as the case may be. In the Projec t table, examine the project names found in the “name” column and see if any of the inaccessible projects are listed. If you find an inaccessible project listed verify you have the right record (row in the table) by checking the value in the prjpath column for the project. Do not make any changes to this table. If you cannot find the inaccessible projects in the Project table, they may be in a different database (see the Connect to the server hosting the database option above) or you may need to change the query to increase the number of rows returned. If it seems you have found the correct record (row) for an inaccessible project, use Windows File Explorer and go to the path specified in the prjpath field for that row. If this path is different than the path that Project Manager is focused on, and a project folder exists in both paths, this may explain the problem. Project folders should not be copied using Windows Explorer, only moved. The solution may be to delete the non-working folder and point Project Manager to the working folder. If the path specified in prjpath matches the path to the problem project in Project Manager , continue with the following steps. Make a backup copy of the ect.fid file found in the project's folder. Open the ect.fid file in a text editor such as Notepad. The first line in that file should match the value in the id column for the project in the Project table as seen in SSMS. The seventh line in the ect.fid file should match the value in the "guid" column for the project's record in the database, but it probably will not, which is why the project is inaccessible. If it does not match, copy the guid value from the Project table for that project and paste it into the ect.fid file, overwriting the seventh line. Save the ect.fid file. Restart the Bentley application. The project should now be accessible. If the project becomes accessible, repeat steps 7 – 12 for the remaining inaccessible projects. Using a report template This method may be a more suitable alternative to using SSMS for users that do not have SQL experience. Open [[Report Template Designer]] . In Report Template Designer , select File > New . On the New Report Template dialog, select the Customized By SQL Statement option. Paste the following into the pane on the New Report Template dialog, then click OK : select name,guid,prjpath,date_create from project Adjust the columns on the template in the Designer view so the data is readable on the Preview tab. Preview the report in Report Template Designer or save the template and view it using [[Run Reports]] . Continue with the Using SQL Server Management Studio process above starting on step 7. A Note on ProjectWise Integration This note applies to V8i SELECTseries 7 (08.11.12) version, and possibly earlier versions, only. When Promis.e and Bentley Substation projects are stored in a ProjectWise datasource, the guid value is also stored in a third location. In addition to the ect.fid file and the "guid" column of the "Project" table, the guid is stored in the "ect_fid" ProjectWise project property for the project as seen in ProjectWise Explorer: As of the 08.11.12 versions of Promis.e and Bentley Substation, the guid value in all three locations must match or else the project will be inaccessible. The guid value in the ProjectWise project property may become mismatched when the user first accessing the project after an upgrade does not have permissions to change ProjectWise project attributes. Beginning in V8i SELECTseries 8 (08.11.13), dependence on matching the guid to the value stored in the ProjectWise project property was removed. See Also [[Anatomy of the ect.fid file]] Original Author: Matt_P

Wire Number Attributes Get Some Attention in AutoCAD Electrical 2016

Wire Number Attributes Get Some Attention in AutoCAD Electrical 2016


AutoCAD Electrical

A wire number in AutoCAD Electrical is a block, where the WIRENO attribute contains the wire number. For quite a while the wire number blocks have contained other attributes, W01USER through W10USER. But, AutoCAD Electrical didn't really do anything with these attributes. Many of our customers asked that we make it easy to edit these attributes and include them in some key wire related reports. AutoCAD Electrical 2016 does just that. When you edit a wire number, the dialog now lets you edit these 10 attributes. The Edit Wire Number dialog behaves a little differently now that it includes these...

Help wiring a 3 Phase motor with no wire numbers

Help wiring a 3 Phase motor with no wire numbers


All About Circuits

I am looking for anyone that can help me wire a 3 phase, 12 wire motor that someone has messed up the wire numbers. So the general wiring diagram on...

Wire Marker | eBay

Wire Marker | eBay


eBay

Find great deals on eBay for Wire Marker in Electrical Cable. Shop with confidence.

What Is a Wire Transfer?

What Is a Wire Transfer?


NerdWallet

Sometimes you need to send money somewhere fast. Wire transfers are one of the most effective and quickest ways to move money for things like closing on a home or…

Wiki Page: Parts database changes not reflected in project

by Matt_P @ elcoCAD | Promis.e

Product(s): Promis.e, Bentley Substation Version(s): through 08.11.13.140 Environment: N/A Area: Component Management Subarea: Parts Database Problem Description Why are the changes I made to the parts database not appearing in my project? Old, incorrect, or missing part number related information is seen in reports, on Insert Symbol By Device ID, Run Graphical Plan, or elsewhere in the project. Reason When a part number is assigned to a device in a project, the record for that part number is copied from the parts database to the project database and linked to that project. The same part number will have a unique record in the project database for each project in which it is used. When a part number record is modified in the parts database, the part number information is not automatically updated in the project database by default. This is intentional behavior - it preserves the part number information in a project so the information in completed projects appears as designed. Steps to Resolve To update a project with changes made to the parts database: Open a page of the project. Open the [[Parts Database Manager]] . Click the Show Differences button on the resulting dialog. It is in the upper right side of the dialog. Select the part numbers to be updated on the Show Differences dialog Click the Update button. Close the Show Differences dialog. Items that are not dynamically updated by the software, such as reports (including Text On Drawing) and graphical plans, will need to be deleted and generated again. Introduced in promis.e V8i SELECTseries 5 (08.11.10.xx), there is a setting to control what happens after changing a part number record using Parts Database Manager . Select Options > System Options > Update Part Number to choose one of the following options: Update only the parts database (default) Update the parts database and the active project Update the parts database and all projects Original Author: Matt_P Keywords: bill of materials, BOM, Insert Symbol, price, missing, wrong, incorrect, obsolete, part number, does not match, Run Graphical Plan

Nvidia’s Jensen Huang cautions patience in judging Uber AV engineers

by Darrell Etherington @ TechCrunch

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang faced a number of questions regarding Uber’s recent self-driving test vehicle accident, in which an SUV equipped with Uber’s autonomous technology struck and killed 49-year old Elaine Herzberg in Tempe, Arizona. Earlier on Tuesday, Reuters broke the news that Nvidia was suspending its own autonomous testing programs around the world. Huang […]

AutoCAD Electrical 2016 – Aligning Your Wire Numbers to the Wire

AutoCAD Electrical 2016 – Aligning Your Wire Numbers to the Wire


Cadline Community

By Miles Nicholson This AutoCAD Electrical white paper looks at aligning your wire numbers to the wire.

Wire Number One

by Alexander M @ Door Accessories – Alexander Marchant

DIMENSIONS
4-1/5" H x 1-1/2" W; 1-1/10" D

*Made-to-Order: Please Allow 1-2 lead-time  for delivery.

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ETEK Inspiration

ETEK Inspiration

by Ted Dillard @ The Electric Chronicles: Power in Flux

Want some inspiration to go bid on my vintage, authentic, serial-numbered actual ETEK motor on eBay?  Here you go. This is the R5e, at the time fitted with a tiny […]

NakNak Wire Number 0

NakNak Wire Number 0


Finnish Design Shop

Inspired by old customized door numbers and downtown neon lights, Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson created NakNak a set of delicate numerals for identifying entrances. The Wire Number collection is made of steel wire and suitable both for indoor and outdoor use.

How to Read the Labels on Electrical Wire and Cable

How to Read the Labels on Electrical Wire and Cable


The Spruce

Learn how to decode the labeling on the most common types of electrical wiring used around the house, including individual wires and NM (Romex) cable.

Catalog of Posts

by noreply@blogger.com (Stan Wile) @ Terminal AutoCAD

I haven’t been that happy with the search feature on this blog lately. Several times in the past few weeks I have been asked for something that I knew I had already wrote about. After several searches, I finally had to resort to looking through ALL the posts until I found it.
Click the read more link to see the entire list.

Automation
Running a LISP, or Command, on File Open - (Fix_Me)
Auto Trim Wires from the PLC I/O Utility
Creating Keyboard Shortcuts in AutoCAD Electrical
Updating All Drawing Settings (Descriptions) Using Excel
Making Changes to the ENTIRE Symbol Library
Running Scripts on Multiple Files
Cables
Using Cables in AutoCAD Electrical
AutoCAD Electrical and Inventor – Follow Up
Understanding the Fan In/Out Command
Circuit Builder
Circuit Builder Tutorial Video's
Databases
Controlling What Table Is Selected For Catalog Lookup
Adding the Missing Manufactures to AutoCAD Electrical’s Catalog Database
Easy Simplified Catalog Database
How to import components into Electrical from a spreadsheet
Adding a Category (Family Table) to the Catalog Database
Humor
Shop Tools & Real Definitions
Electrical Humor
The Humor Outlet
Tibetan Resistance
My Working Vacation
Ladders
Changing a Ladder Reference Style Project Wide
Understanding and Customizing Electrical's Ladder Reference Numbers (MLR)
Linking the Schematic to the Drawing’s Sheet Number
Miscellaneous
How to Check Out (Borrow) a Network License
Mass DWG Save-As Back To An Older Release
Mass Migration of DWG Files Using AutoCAD Electrical
Adding the Express Tab to the Ribbon
Always QSAVE, Always QSAVE, Always QSAVE
Translating a Network License File into English
Getting Rid of the ViewCube
Where Is My Open Dialog Box
Presetting The Surfer's Zoom Distance in AutoCAD Electrical
Show Me Again–Turning Hidden Messages Back On
Hiding Location (LOC) and Installation (INST) Codes Project Wide
Uninstalling the Autodesk Design Suites
Customizing The Marking Menu
Panels
Adding Cross Reference (XREF) Info To Footprints
Flattening 3D Models Into 2D Footprints – FLATSHOT
Understanding How the Din Rail Spreadsheet (wddinrl.xls) Works
Peer Symbols (HYD, PNEU, P&ID)
Hydraulic, Pneumatic, and P&ID Schematics In AutoCAD Electrical?
PLC’s
Creating a custom PLC style in AutoCAD Electrical
PLC Cards Randomly Adding Additional Lines
Auto Trim Wires from the PLC I/O Utility
Projects
Managing Projects Inside of AutoCAD Electrical
Surfing a Project Using Wild Cards – Fix_Me 2
Closed Project Folders Return After a Restart - lastproj.fil
How to Make the Previous/Next Arrows Prompt For Save
Carry Out Mass Project Path Updates for AutoCAD Electrical Project Files
Reporting
Overview of Reports
Batch Plotting a Project and PC3 files
Adding User Created Attributes to Reports in Electrical
INST & LOC Codes Honor Wildcards When Searching
Creating a Table of Contents or Drawing List Report
Consistent Reporting in AutoCAD Electrical Using (.set) Settings Files
Settings and Properties
Where Does The wd.env Path Get Set?
Breaking The wd.env File Down Line By Line
Things to Consider When Installing In a Multi-User Environment
Linking the Schematic to the Drawing’s Sheet Number
Symbols
The Basics of Creating an AutoCAD Electrical Symbol
Symbol Building Beyond the Basics
Wildcards for Device Tagging and Wire Numbering
Displaying Catalog Numbers On The Symbol
Where are the 2 Pole Components?
Mirroring Components the Proper Way
Swapping Entire Symbol Libraries Project Wide
Modifying Attributes In Existing Blocks
Adding Wire Numbers to Symbols
Wire From/To Annotation On the Schematic
Making Changes to the ENTIRE Symbol Library
Aligning Components
Aligning Attributes
AutoCAD Block Attribute Tips
Terminal Strips
Working with Multiple Level Terminals
Title Block Update
Title Block Update - The Basics
Title Block Update - Mapping Project Wide Revisions
Title Block Update - Previous / Next Sheet Numbers
Title Block Update - Merging Multiple Fields Into One Attribute
I Need More Fields! – Pushing Past The Limits of Title Block Update
Updating All Drawing Settings (Descriptions) Using Excel
Wires and Source/Destination Arrows
Wildcards for Device Tagging and Wire Numbering
Putting a Twist on the Twisted Pair Symbol
Using the Wire Gap Feature In Place Of From/To Arrows
Mass Changes to Source/Destination Arrows
Hidden Wires and Wire Numbers
Toggling Dots to Angles and Back Again
Wire Numbers
Hidden Wires and Wire Numbers
Wire From/To Annotation On the Schematic
Company Wire Numbering - Advancing Wire Numbers By One

Wire Number Four

by Alexander M @ Door Accessories – Alexander Marchant

Available Size
4-1/5" H x 1-1/2" W; 1-1/10" D

Shown In
Black

Available Finishes
Black

*Made-to-Order: Please Allow 1-2 lead-time  for delivery.

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How do you Send or Receive Money with a Wire Transfer?

How do you Send or Receive Money with a Wire Transfer?


The Balance

Wire transfers are the fastest way to send 'cleared' funds electronically. See how to send or receive money with a wire.

 Spark Plug Wire Markers

Spark Plug Wire Markers


Summit Racing Equipment

Find Spark Plug Wire Markers and get Free Shipping on Orders Over $99 at Summit Racing!

NakNak Wire Numbers

NakNak Wire Numbers


Better Living Through Design

A little loop-de-loop makes these Wire Numbers by NakNak just a little more fun and carefree than some other super serious house numbers (you know the ones). Luckily, most of us only have one, two,…

Customize Wire Numbers with SolidWorks Electrical

Customize Wire Numbers with SolidWorks Electrical


Graphics Systems' SolidNotes

One of the many benefits of SolidWorks Electrical is the ability to customize a vast number of elements to fit your particular electrical schematic design needs. Today we are going to talk about how to customize the Equipotential and Wire...

FIG. 3. K -shell power versus time for various wire numbers. Relative...

FIG. 3. K -shell power versus time for various wire numbers. Relative...


ResearchGate

See figure: K -shell power versus time for various wire numbers. Relative time shifts of 3 to 8 ns were applied to align peak- power times, defined to be zero.  from publication: Improved Symmetry Greatly Increases X-Ray Power from Wire-Array Z -Pinches | X-Ray, Wire and Plasma | ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.

6" Vintage Metal Numbers - Clock Number Set

6" Vintage Metal Numbers - Clock Number Set


Vintage Wire & Supply

Metal Wire Letters and Numbers

Money Wire Transfer Services | SunTrust Personal Banking

Money Wire Transfer Services | SunTrust Personal Banking


SunTrust

Securely transfer money with SunTrust’s multi-level security features. Initiate one-time or recurring domestic or international wire transfers quickly.

Wiki Page: Symbols are rotated, mirrored, or scaled when inserted

by Matt_P @ elcoCAD | Promis.e

Product(s): Promis.e, Bentley Substation Version(s): through 08.11.13.140 Environment: N/A Area: Component Features Subarea: Insert Symbol By Name Problem Description Why are symbols rotated, mirrored, or scaled when I insert them onto any page in any project? Reason The most common cause for this is that the symbol rotation setting was changed to a value other than 0 at one time, and the software retains that setting until it is changed again, regardless of the project in which the setting was changed. Similarly, a Mirror or Scale symbol setting could be enabled. Steps to Resolve Select [[Insert Symbol By Name]] . Click the Symbol Settings link or button. On the resulting Symbol Settings dialog, change the value of Rotate Angle to "0", change Mirror to "No Mirror", and set the Scale value to "1". Subsequently inserted symbols will then appear as created. To "fix" symbols already inserted, right-click the symbol graphics and select Symbol Settings , then perform step 3 of the above procedure. Or delete and re-insert them after performing the above procedure. Another cause could be that the symbols are auto-rotating based on the orientation of the wire on which they are being placed. To disable this behavior, clear the Auto Rotate check box on the aforementioned Symbol Settings dialog. Yet another cause could be that the symbols are being inserted from an inappropriate catalog, often JIC-3/ANSI-IEEE vs. IEC. Remove inappropriate catalogs from the [[Setup]] > Catalog Paths , or reorder the paths. Symbols are inserted from the topmost catalog that contains the symbol. Original Author: Matt_P Keywords: reversed, upside down, too large, too small

Wire Number - Design Crush

Wire Number - Design Crush


Design Crush

  It’s not easy to find good looking house numbers, I’ll tell you that much. Wire Number is a numerical system...

Shockingly Easy to Draw Schematics!

by Jenna Boyle @ DesignPoint

Looking at wiring diagrams or schematics can be intimidating sometimes, there is a lot going on in just a 2D drawing. Think of schematics as treasure maps, it's basically telling us where to find things, and let's face it, treasure maps are fun therefore schematics are too! I'm going to show you how easy it is to create your own schematic using SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics. For now, we will only cover the basics of drawing some wires and adding symbols but, I guarantee you will want to learn more after you see how easy this is! Let's start out on a blank sheet.

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wire number list

wire number list


TruckersReport.com Trucking Forum | #1 CDL Truck Driver Message Board

Does anyone have the wire number list for a 06 379

Wire Size, AWG and Funny Numbers

Wire Size, AWG and Funny Numbers


The Electric Chronicles: Power in Flux

It amazes me how the smallest details can escape you.  Or, well, escape me.  Wire gauge seems simple enough, it’s a number that gets smaller as the wire gets bigger, right?  14 gauge wire is …

How do I manage the wire numbering?

How do I manage the wire numbering?


DesignSpark Support

DesignSpark Electrical has options for numbering equipotentials (short-circuits) and wires.To start numbering, make sure you have a project open. Then;Navigate to the Project tab -> Configura...

Wire Number Two

by Alexander M @ Door Accessories – Alexander Marchant

DIMENSIONS
4-1/5" H x 1-1/2" W; 1-1/10" D

*Made-to-Order: Please Allow 1-2 lead-time for delivery.

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Encrypted messaging app Wire adds usernames so you can limit what you share with contacts

Encrypted messaging app Wire adds usernames so you can limit what you share with contacts


TechCrunch

Wire, the Skype co-founder Janus Friis-backed end-to-end encrypted mobile messaging app, has added a username option -- allowing people to communicate with others via the app without having to share their mobile phone number or email to do so.

Wire Number Three

by Alexander M @ Door Accessories – Alexander Marchant

DIMENSIONS
4-1/5" H x 1-1/2" W; 1-1/10" D

*Made-to-Order: Please Allow 1-2 lead-time  for delivery.

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Wire Number Five

by Alexander M @ Door Accessories – Alexander Marchant

Available Size
4-1/5" H x 1-1/2" W; 1-1/10" D

Shown In
Black

Available Finishes
Black

*Made-to-Order: Please Allow 1-2 lead-time  for delivery.

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