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craigr

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« on: June 15, 2005, 11:59:23 AM »
Simply as an Example -

We have a complete set of building's floor plans. Our standard is we always keep the levels together. Such as

Level 2 Plumbing is Always page 1
Level 2 Electrical is always Page 2
Level 2 HVAC is always Page 4
Level 2 Fire & Smoke is always Page 5,
etc....

Pick a floor.....

On the first job, we just do Electrical work and send it out as Page 1 of 1 Rev 1.0.
On a second job, we are doing plumbing, and thus add a Plumbing page.

So, The ADDED Plumbing page becomes Page 1 of 2 - Rev 1.0

The initial Electrical Page 1, NOW becomes page 2 of 2 - Rev 1.1, (The Rev changes since the Dwg page # has changed). - Even though we did NO Electrical Work.

We then send BOTH pages to the customer, to keep his records the same as ours.

Here is the Question,

Do you update the title block of the Electrical Page with this job's info? - Such as Job # & Title?

What is the Industry Standard for this?

craigr

pmvliet

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Industry Standard
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2005, 02:10:26 PM »
that is one reason I do not like the page # of Total page scenario.
it is a lot to keep up with. If I do have a total page count, I put that in the format file so it shows up Automatically.

I don't believe you would have to cloud the sheets not touched/changed just for the page count change. If you know in the end you will have a full set of 8 pages, I would start with 8. Your titlesheet would jsut say not issued yet for the other sheets.

this should maybe be moved to Cadd Standards...

Pieter

M-dub

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« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2005, 02:14:16 PM »
Quote from: pmvliet
this should maybe be moved to Cadd Standards...


Agreed...Done  :)