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CADD ManualVersion 1.3 CADD Manual Version 1.3 Table of Contents CADD Data Exchange Policy................................................................................ 1 1. Table of Contents……………………………..…………………………..…….…………. 1 2. Approval Sheet ………….………………………..………………………..…….……….. 3 3. Overview.……………………………………………………..…………………...……….. 4 3.1. 3.2. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 6.1. 6.2. Scope……………………..…………………………………………………….……….…........ 4 Exclusion …………………………………………………………………………………………4 Type………………………………………………………..………………..………………….. Format……………………………………………………………………….………….……….. Compression………………………………………………..………………………….……….. Viruses ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5 5 5 5 4. Media…………..……………………………….………………………………….…...…….. 5 5. Data……………………………………………………………………………….……..…….. 6 CADD Packages…………………………………………………………………..……..…….. 6 Format…………………………………………………………………………………………... 6 Target Format…………………………………………………….……………….…..……….. 7 Data Presentation and Delivery………………………………………………………………. 8 Data Ownership………………………………………………………………………….….….. 8 6. Data Delivery …………………………………………………………….…………………. 8 7. CADD Data Transmission Information. ………………….………………………….….. 9 7.1. CADD Data Transmission Record ………………………………………………… 10 8. General Drawing Standards………………………………….………………….………. 11 8.1. 8.2. 8.3. 8.4. 8.5. 8.6. 8.7. 8.8. 8.9. 8.10. 8.11. 8.12. 8.13. Line Attributes …………………………………………………………………………………. Text Attributes………………………………………………………………………………….. Standard Layer Names.………………..…………………………………….……………….. Standard Survey Codes ….…………………………………………………………………… Colour Table ……………………………………………………………………………………. Standard Symbols ………………………………………………………………...…………… Coordinate Display ……………………………………………………………………………. Font ………………..………………………………………………………………..………….. Reference Files …………………………………………….…………………………..……… Standard Drawing Files …………………………………………………………….………… Drawing Sheets………………………………………………………………………………… Title Block………………………………………………………………………………………. Title Block Information………………………………………………………………………… Attachment A A. AutoCAD Library ………………………...….………………………………………………………. A.1. Fonts ……………………………………………….……………………………………... A.2. Level Name, Colour and Line Style ……………………………………………………. A.2.1. Architectural …………………………………………………………………...…. A.2.2. Electrical ………………………………………………………………………….. A.2.3. Structural …………………………………………………………………………. A.2.4. Mechanical …………………………………………………………..…………… A.2.5. General …………………………………………………………………………… A.3. Block Library …………………………………………………………………………….... A.3.1. Architectural ……………………………………………………………………… A.3.2. Electrical ………………………………………………………………………….. A.3.3. Mechanical ……………………………………………………………………….. A.3.4. Structural ……………………………………………………………………...….. A.4. DPI – CD’s Title Block (A1 Sheet) ……………………………………………………… Attachment B B. Microstation Library …………………………………………………………………………………. B.1. Fonts and Locations ………..…………………………………………………………..... B.2. Level Number, Level Name, Colour and Line Weight ……………………………….. B.2.1. Line styles and Locations ………………………………………………………. B.2.3. Level Standards Civil …………………………………………………………… B.2.4. Level Standards Hydraulic …………………………………………………… B.2.5. Level Standards Survey ……………………………………………………….. B.2.6. Level Standards Geopak ………………………………………………………. B.3. Cells Library ……………………………………………………………………………… Page 1/ 37 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 17 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 23 24 25 25 26 26 27 28 29 31 32 CADD Manual Version 1.3 32 33 34 35 35 36 37 B.3.1. Hydraulic Symbols (TwHyro.cel )……………………………………………….. B.3.2 Road Signs (TwSigns.cel )……………………………………………………….. B.3.3 Miscellaneous (TwMisc.cel )……………..……………………………………… B.3.4. Traffic Symbols (TwTraff.cel )……..……..…………………………………….. B.3.5. Symbols for Civil cover sheets (TwCover.cel )……………………….……… B.4. DPI – CD’s Drawing Sheet (A1 sheet) ………………………………………………… B.5. DPI – CD’s Colour Table ………………………………………………………………... Page 2/ 37 Approval Sheet Title CADD Data Manual Version Number 1.3 2.3 Approved By Name: Paul Jones Date: 31/05/2007 Construction Division General Manager Name: Peter Toll Date: 31/05/2007 Manager Engineering Services Endorsed By Supported BY Name: Adil Jamil Date: 31/05/2007 Engineering Services Branch Manager Roads Name: Silva Lai Date: 31/05/2007 CADD Support Officer Prepared By For further information.CADD Manual Version 1. please contact: The CADD Support Department of Planning and Infrastructure th 4 Floor Highway House Telephone: (08) 899 93456 Page 3/ 37 . Overview The purpose of the Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Manual is to describe the procedures to be followed in the production of electronic drawings and to ensure uniformity of both data generated using internal systems or data supplied to Department of Infrastructure and Planning. the drawing procedures is available on-line at.CD generally requires all documents prepared on its behalf to be in electronic format. Scope Many documents used within the Construction Division are prepared with Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) software.au/powerwater/business/connectioncode/pdfs_doc s/standard_drawings/procedures/procedures. 3. http://www.1. 3.2.com.powerwater.3 3.CADD Manual Version 1. Exclusion Exception to PAWA (Power and Water Authority) Projects and Designs which has accepted the standards drawing procedures from PAWA. Construction Division (DPI CD) from external sources. The DPI .html DPI – CD Data Policy DPI – CD’s CADD Data Standards Presentation of AutoCAD Drawings CADD Data Transmission Record Presentation of MicroStation Drawings Architectural CADD Drawings Civil CADD Drawings Electrical CADD Drawings Hydraulics CADD Drawings Mechanical CADD Drawings Survey CADD Drawings Structural CADD Drawings PAWA Projects and Designs CADD Drawings Overview of DPI – CD’s CADD Standards Chart Page 4/ 37 . The CADD Data Standards should be used in conjunction with this Manual for a specific work type. Media. Format CADD data is to be supplied in media format agreed to by the issuing office.2. • Only media formatted using the MS-DOS format command is acceptable. which is formatted by other commands such as drvspace and dblspace. 4. Type CADD data is to be supplied on a media type agreed to by the issuing office. It is the Contractor's responsibility to supply data on a media type appropriate to the DPI . This includes the mail message and any accompanying attachments. This must be detailed on an accompanying CADD Data Transmission Record. This must be detailed on an accompanying CADD Data Transmission Record. are unacceptable. Accepted media types are: • CD/DVD compliant with ISO 9660 Level I conformance. Attachments are to be encoded using MIME.4.CD's system. Accepted compression methods are • Compressed files produced by Winzip (*. The media type must be detailed on an accompanying CADD Data Transmission Record. Compression CADD data may be supplied in compressed format agreed to by the issuing office.1. Accepted media formats are: • MS-DOS Version 3. Winzip Version 8. • Electronic Mail (e-mail).CD's system.CD's current CADD computing environment consists of Windows XP workstation systems. It is the Contractor's responsibility to supply data in a media format appropriate to the DPI .3. It is the Contractor's responsibility to supply data using a compression format appropriate to the DPI .CD’s current version at this issue date.3 4. Hardware compression on devices must not be used under any circumstances. Hardware compression on devices must not be used under any circumstances.zip) are acceptable. Media The DPI . 4. E-mail size is restricted by internet mail’s size (5 Mb) and unrestricted within NTG LAN network.CADD Manual Version 1. 4. Page 5/ 37 .CD's system. 4.0 is the DPI . Viruses All media shall be checked and free of any VIRUSES.0 or greater file format. roundabouts or bus terminals. Format CADD data is to be supplied in data format agreed to by the issuing office and compatible with currently used versions of the supported CADD packages listed above.CD's CADD packages. MicroStation 2004 Edition (08.05. • • • Geopak Suite 2004 • Descartes 2004 • AutoTURN 5.CADD Manual Version 1. Version 4.05. The data format used must be detailed on an accompanying CADD Data Transmission Record. (DXF) An ASCII file format creates AutoDesk's proprietary exchange format.dwg). Again. • Architectural Desktop 2008 A three-dimensional modeling package used only for the generation of building and house plans. Electrical and Structural sections shall be AutoCAD (e. It is the data supplier’s responsibility to supply data in a format agreed to meet the DPI Page 6/ 37 .2. A public domain. water. dynamic design and facilitate design modifications. visualization and raster-to-vector conversion. MicroStation’s binary drawing file format (. rendering and animation package used for creating photorealistic visualization of building and house plans.3 5. DESCRIPTION AutoCAD's binary drawing file format (. Hydraulic and Survey sections shall be MicroStation (e.02.1. AutoCAD Drawing exchange Format. A roadway design software tool for analyzing and evaluate vehicle maneuvers. Currently supported CADD packages are: • AutoCAD 2008 A three-dimensional modeling package used for producing mechanical. Object-oriented software for modeling roads.25). If this format is to be used it is the Contractor's responsibility to supply data compatible with the DPI .dgn). ANSI standard. MicroStation design Notes that all data format for Architectural. *. CADD Packages The DPI . it used mainly for civil and hydraulic works.g. A three dimensional computer aided design package. drainage and sewerage. AutoCAD’s current supported versions. and all data format for Civil. used mainly for civil and hydraulic works. Edition (08. Autodesk VIZ Render 2007 A three-dimensional modeling. It used for both production and visualization. *.dwg or dxf) format. The implementation of this format may vary across packages possibly causing some incompatibilities. electrical and architectural drawings.05.CD uses a range of CADD packages.35). Acceptable formats are: DATA FORMAT AutoCAD drawing. Comprehensive imaging software for image mapping.59 ).1. structural. Mechanical.g. interchange file format. Preferable V8 2004 Edition format. The data is to be supplied in a format suitable to the receiving CADD package. It offers intelligent components that promote fast. Unveil the plan to clients before it’s built.02. Edition ( 08. Data 5. bridges. projects such as intersections. IGES Initial Graphics Exchange Specification.02.dgn) format. survey. drf) MicroStation design (*.CADD Manual Version 1. CADD drawings produced by other than the nominated CADD software shall be translated into appropriate above discipline format. Target Formats Table Showing Data Format To Receiving CADD Package Combinations DATA FORMATS AutoCAD AutoCAD drawing (Release 12 .gpk) Site Modeler File (*.dgn) no no RECEIVING CADD PACKAGE Architectural VIZ Render MicroStation AutoTURN desktop yes yes no no no no no no no yes no no no no yes yes no yes no no no no no no yes no no no Geopak no no no yes yes yes yes Digital Terrain or Surface Model no File (*.dat) Coordinate Geometry File no (*. The contractor shall be responsible for the correctness of the translation process in all aspects to meet the CD’s standards.yes 2005) AutoCAD Drawing (*.dxf or yes *.3 CD’s standards.dwg) Format Autodesk VIZ Render (*.3.gsf) no Page 7/ 37 . Any cost of processing required due to incorrect and or poor translation and or drafting will be borne by the contractor.tin *. 5. 3 6. This includes all data transferred for the duration of the Contract. media and relevant plotted output become the property of the Department of Planning and Infrastructure.CD will store a copy of all data files. Data Presentation and Delivery CADD data will be presented and delivered in accordance with Section 8 .CADD Manual Version 1. 6. Page 8/ 37 . Data Ownership On completion of a successful transfer of data. The DPI .1.General Drawing Standards of this Manual for the specific type of work being performed.CD in accordance with the issuing office's quality system as delivered to the DPI . Data Delivery 6.2. which contains fields for the information.3 7. CADD Data Transmission Information A CADD Data Transmission Record is to accompany all transmissions of data. The following information is to be included: Direction of transfer (From: To :) Name and address details of data supplier Contact person for data supply Date Job name and location Media type Media format Compression method Authoring software and version number Data format CADD filename(s) and description(s) Adequacy of data and plotted output Person responsible for data acceptance See next page for an example of a CADD Data Transmission Record.CADD Manual Version 1. Page 9/ 37 . listed above. CADD Manual Version 1.3 7.5” Diskette Media Format MS-DOS Other: File Compression None Other: V8 [ 2004 [ ] ] XM [ 2007 [ [ ] ] ] [ ] Winzip [ ] [ ] TIF/JPG File Description Receiving Office Only I accept receipt of the CADD data file(s) as listed above which have successfully been: Read by the receiving computer system Accepted by the target application Compared with the supplied hard copy Name: Title: Please place a x in the relevant Boxes [x] [ [ [ ] ] ] Date: Page 10/ 37 .1. CADD Data Transmission Record From: Address: To: Address: Phone: ( Fax: ( ) ) Phone: ( Fax: ( ) ) Job Description Media Type CD/DVD [ ] Network Transmission Other: Authoring Software Name: Version: Data File Types MicroStation Drawing (dgn) AutoCad Drawing Adobe Acrobat (pdf) Data File Details File Name R14 [ [ ] Version J [ ] 2002 [ ] ] [ ] [ ] 3. 401-1984: Technical drawing – Engineering survey and engineering survey design drawing. 60 and 70 percent to each of the colour.101-1992/Amdt1-1994: Technical drawing – General principles.501:200: Technical drawing – Structural engineering drawing. Line Attributes The DPI . All text on the drawings Page 11/ 37 .1 # . These plot tables together with other DPI-CD’s plot tables can be found in \\Plmhwymfp01\Business\CAD\Acad\Plot tables directory.1.Refer to discipline specific guidelines as they may differ slightly.CD has adopted six text heights to be used in the presentation of drawings. AS1100.25 mm 0. 50. 253.1. Where this Manual and the Drafting Standards conflict this manual will take precedence but the intent of the Drafting Standards shall be considered.5 mm Brown Light Green 70 12 32 60 Colour’s Number Microstation AutoCAD Colour’s Number Microstation AutoCAD Microstation Colour’s Number Line Weight AutoCAD Colour’s Number 0# 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# 1# 3 7 2 1 5 30 4 All Others Mustard Pink 68 10 42 210 NB.5 mm 0. presentation drawings) is required. Where additional clarity (e. the colours below should be used: Line Thickness 0.1. 10. 252. When transferred to the DPI .25 mm 0. When plotting an “A1” size sheet at “A3” the line widths should be halved (the reduction factor when reducing “A1” sheets to “A3” size sheets). Text Attributes The DPI . all of the shades of grey having some percentage of screening value assigned to that colour. This would include pen 255. 8. no other line colour/weight/thickness combination is to be supplied unless by agreement with the project officer. AS/NZS1100. The correlation between line colour.CADD Manual Version 1.301 Supp 1-1986: Architectural drawing. 30. 254. 250.CD.25 mm Line Colour green white/black yellow red blue orange cyan 2 0 4 3 1 6 7 TABLE 2. Where lines are required to be shown as background information or reduce density hatching. General Drawing Standards The drawings shall comply with AS1100 and the relevant discipline. AS1100. Where doubt exists refer to the Project Officer.101-1992 and AS1100.2. weight and thickness is as shown in Table 2. colour 8 (grey) for AutoCad (or colour 9 for MicroStation) should be used. 20.201-1994/Amdt-1994: Technical drawing – Mechanical engineering drawing.35 mm 0.35 mm 0. All drawing details are to be represented by using these line thicknesses. 8. AutoCAD users have an additional grey scales to be used. • • • • • AS1100. 251. 40.0 mm 0. 9 and 8 having screening of 0. On electronic plans.g. AS1100.3 8.201-1992 and AS1100. Line Thickness 0.301-1985 and AS1100.18 mm 0.7 mm 1.CD has adopted six line thicknesses to be used in the presentation of drawings. single vector lines of specified colour are used to represent these line thicknesses. 4.g.2”). The use of layers has been standardized (Refer “Attachment A. HAT = Hatch patterns.35. 20.Refer to discipline specific guidelines as they may differ slightly. “**” ---. and data that is only relevant to each individual layer name should be on that layer. Standard Layer Names The intent of the layering system is to have an intelligent naming structure that will allow any item/object to be turned off and not effect any other information on the drawing. The correlation between text colour. Layer names are subdivided into major and minor groups using the following format: #-**nnn . and line style on contractor’s MicroStation application. DSH = general dashed style lines). When transferred to the DPI. 8. M = Mechanical. S = Structural. 8.5mm 3.25. when the file is to be used by other disciplines.2. they may need to turn off hatching. no other text colour/weight/height' combination is to be supplied unless by agreement with the project officer. When deciding to place an element on a discrete layer consideration needs to be given as to whether there is an explicit need to have the element displayed or frozen e.70. “-“ ----. C = Civil.5.g.pdf file on \\plmhwymfp01\business\CAD\v8\SurveyStd\ directory for installation. symbols. P = PAWA Projects and Designs.4.CD’s drawing.g.8mm 2.1. Otherwise leave blank. E = Electrical. feature coding and modeling must be in accordance with the CD standards.2.CADD Manual Version 1. line styles. Colour Table In MicroStation (*. the DPI . “nnn” -.3. each item on this menu will automatic set the level.is the minus character. a particular element should be generated on the appropriate layer. colorSE.CD’s colour table (colorSE.2 # . As a general rule.tbl file is also available from Page 12/ 37 . 8.is sub-types of each of the Discipline Identifiers (e.0mm 7.dgn) file. All survey shall be MicroStation (dgn) 3 dimensional files with GDA94 mapping standard.100). it can be loaded to contractor’s PC to have an additional MicroStation drop down menu ( CSMenu ).2. thus all hatching should be generated on the layer “A-HATCH”. where “#” ----.2.3 is to be represented by using these text heights. No variations will be allowed to the codes.1. cells.5mm 5. Standard Survey Codes Refer to Attachment B.50.0mm 10.0mm green white/black yellow red blue orange 2 0 4 3 1 6 0# 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# TABLE 2. DIM = Dimension. it can be detached to local drive and re-attaches back to another drawing. G = Survey). CADD Support has setup a MicroStation plug-in program to customize the colour table. H = Hydraulic. TXT = Text. weight and height is as shown in Table 2.tbl) is attached to any DPI . The Contractor will be responsible for the consistent use of layer names throughout all of their drawing files.2 and B.is Discipline Identifier (A = Architectural.CD’s standard on Attachment B. Please refer to CSMenuSetup. font.is modifier relating to line thickness at full scale (e. Microstation Text Height Text Colour Colour’s Number Text Weight AutoCAD Colour’s Number 3 7 2 1 5 30 1. colour and line style to match the DPI . Standard Symbols The standard cells for MicroStation are stored on CADD server (\\plmhwhbas01\msettings\v8\workspace\standards\cell\ directory) and the standard blocks for AutoCad are stored on Highway House server (\\plmhwymfp01\business\CAD\ACAD\Blocks\ directory).5. 8.DDD D. to show text under filled area) on Monochrome printout. Electrical. the following criteria should be met: • The font is vector based.dgn files and only standard AutoCAD hatch patterns shall be used for all *. 8.CADD Manual Version 1. Only standard MicroStation hatch patterns shall be used for all *. • Cell size / aspect ratio to be 1.3 with the nominated applications.1.7.dwg or *. Refer to Attachment A.123^ Or 45^20’05” Units Length Type Angle Type Millimeters (mm) Degree Units Format Decimal Decimal Degrees Precision To suit Application To suit Application When giving coordinates the ‘x’ coordinate shall be the Easting and ‘y’ the Northing.6. In the case of necessary to show lines or filled area in lighter colour (e.8. and the giving angle direction shall be zero degree to the East. To comply with these requirements it is suggested to use the fonts shown in Table 2. • General form of characters to be as per ISO 3098/1 type B upright. Contour lines. Font DPI -CD requires true Type Font Arial be used when presenting concept and detail design drawings. For all text unless otherwise specified.123 45. and Mechanical sections) won’t be using different colour tables since the application uses only one standard colour table. 8.3 \\plmhwhbas01\msettings\v8\workspace\standards\data\ directory. Coordinate Display Microstation Master Units Working Units Angles Meter (m) Degree ( ^ ) Sub Units Millimeter (mm) Minute ( ‘ ) Second ( “) AutoCAD Coordinate Readout D.3 for more details. Structural. Refer to Attachment B. For other presentations. • Characters to be monospaced.g. Page 13/ 37 . AutoCAD users (Architectural. the CD has reserved colour 9 and 175 for this purpose.dxf files.DDD Or DD MM SS Examples 0.3 and B. new drawings are created from a seed file (template). (Refer to Attachment B. Otherwise the following rules apply: • All reference files required must be supplied. and (in the case of reference design files) used for construction purposes.wdt files are loaded with all standard layers.CADD Manual APPLICATION AutoCAD MicroStation FONT ISO CP ISOREC 27 Version 1.g. AutoCAD users may use eTransmit to include all related dependent files with a zip file or a folder option in a transmittal package. E-proto.3 # . the drawing number and description of each drawing should be recorded on the Drawing Index. 8. • Files should not be saved with the full file path.10 Standard Drawing Files Standard drawing A-proto.3 Table 2. A0. text styles and line styles can be downloaded from \\plmhwymfp01\business\CAD\ACAD\templates\ .dgn (for 3 Dimensional drawings). When one of the referenced drawings is changed that change is reflected in every design file that the file has been referenced into. otherwise the link to them will not be resolved by the CADD application. 8.CD has developed standard electronic drawing sheets in A1 and A3 with horizontal title blocks. these files can be located on PLMHWHBAS server ( \\plmhwhbas01\msettings\v8\workspace\system\seed\ directory). or A2 sheets. dimensions.dgn (for 2 dimensional drawings) and TW_3DC. or vertical title blocks the Project Officer should be consulted. the drawing number is the unique project identifier used through the concept. When drawing data is supplied to the DPI . 8.3) they are available to be downloaded from \\plmhwymfp01\business\CAD\TitleBlocks\ . development and implementation phases. which contains default values for many parameters such as working units. For Civil and Hydraulic drawings. etc.4 and A. text font. TW_2DC. DPI-CD prefer the attached files to merge or bind into the drawing.dwt (Electrical) and M-proto.Refer to discipline specific guidelines as they may differ slightly. special fonts use in Company logo. but they cannot be modified in any way.dwt (Architectural). All CAD drawing files to be submitted shall be clearly labeled with the following information • Project Name Page 14/ 37 .CD that has attached reference files.12 Title Block All official drawings are to be allocated a plan number. In MicroStation. If the project requires a variation to this i. 8.11 Drawing Sheets The DPI . plotted. dim styles.9 Reference Files Reference files are design or raster files that can be attached and displayed. After the project is completed.1. B1. All special fonts used in the production of drawings are to be supplied by the Contractor. e. • If it is not possible to supply the reference files then all the reference files should be combined into one drawing. two seed files are used. This new number is to be raised by the Project Officer through Technical Records. They improve the efficiency of the CADD process by displaying data from different design files in the active file.e. 3 Bar scales representing scales used on each drawing shall be placed along the right hand edge of the drawing sheet.13 Title Block Information Page 15/ 37 . 8.CADD Manual • • • • • File Name the Drawing Number the Date and Designer/Drafter Name Version 1. 1.AutoCAD library. Fonts AutoCAD Font location: C:\Program Files\Autocad 2008\fonts\ Name AcadEref aehalf AMDTSymbols amgdt amgdtans bigfont bold Cdm CDM_NC chineset complex dim extfont2 extfont exthalf2 extslim2 g12f13 g12f12d g13f12d g13f12w gbcbig gbeitc gbenor geniso12 GENISO GENLTSHP GENPRESE gothice gothicg gothici greekc greeks hand1 iges1001 iges1002 Name iges1003 ISO isocp isocp2 isocp3 isoct isoct2 isoct3 ITALIC8 italic italicc italict MONOTXT8 monotxt romanc romand romans romant scriptc scripts SIMPLEX8 spec_bar spec_sl special syastro symap symath symeteo symusic times timeout txt whgdtxt whgtxt whtmtxt All Windows Fonts can be accessed from Microstation and AutoCAD applications Windows Fonts Font location: C:\Windows\Fonts\ Page 16/ 37 .CADD Manual Version 1.3 Attachment A --. A. 3 A. etc. room names.titles Text .titles.2.35mm lines Miscellaneous 0.1.7mm lines Dashed Lines Architectural dimensions Demolition Door swings & frames Electrical fixtures & fittings Existing buildings.general notes Text . Colour and Line Style Layer Name A-25 A-35 A-50 A-70 A-DASH A-DIM A-DEM A-DOOR25 A-ELEC A-EXIST A-FIT A-FUR A-GRIDCL A-GRIDST A-HATCH A-HATCHB A-HIDD A-HYD A-LFUR A-MECH A-PART A-ROOFL A-SYMBOL A-TXT25 A-TXT35 A-TXT50 A-TXT70 A-WALL50 A-WALL35 A-WALL25 A-WIN25 A. Electrical E-COM-A E-COMS25 E-COMS35 E-COMS5 E-COMS7 E-CON-A E-CON25 E-CON35 E-CON5 E-CON7 E-FIRE-A E-FIRE25 E-FIRE35 E-FIRE5 E-FIRE7 E-LTG-A 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Communication Communication Communication Communication Communication Conduit Conduit Conduit Conduit Conduit Fire Services Fire Services Fire Services Fire Services Fire Services Lighting Colour 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 4 Cyan 3 Green 2 Yellow 4 Cyan 3 Green 7 White 3 Green 2 Yellow 8 Grey 10 Brown 8 Grey 8 Grey 4 Cyan 3 Green 6 Magenta 6 Magenta 7 White 6 Magenta 2 Yellow 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 1 Red 2 Yellow 7 White 4 Cyan Line Type Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Dashed Continuous Hidden Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Centre Continuous Continuous Hidden Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Dashed Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Use Miscellaneous 0. Architectural Page 17/ 37 .CADD Manual Version 1.titles Structural columns.2.25mm lines Miscellaneous 0. hip etc General symbols Text .5mm lines Miscellaneous 0.2. Architectural fittings Fixed joinery Structural ceiling grid Structural centre lines Architectural hatching Hatch Boundaries Hidden lines Hydraulic fittings Loose furniture .2. piers Main walls inc external walls Secondary walls Windows & frames A. equipment. etc Text . ridge.chairs etc Mechanical fixtures & fittings Partition walls Roof overhang. Level Name. 1 8mm dimensions 0.3 . Dashed.25mm lines. 0. Centre. etc. etc. Continuous. 0.25mm lines.18mm lines. Continuous. etc. circles.1 8mm hatching 0.3.5mm lines. etc. etc.25mm dimensions Grid lines 0.35mm lines.35mm hatching All background 'reduced density' lines Page 18/ 37 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 2 Yellow 7 White 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting Elec. etc. Dashed. to Other Elec.35mm lines. 0. circles.25mm hatching 0. circles.35mm lines. Centre. circles. Structural S-CEN18 S-CEN25 S-CEN35 S-CON18 S-CON25 S-CON35 S-CON50 S-CON70 S-DAS18 S-DAS25 S-DAS35 S-DIM18 S-DIM25 S-GRID S-HAT1 8 S-HAT25 S-HAT35 S-HATCH 3 Green 7 White 2 Yellow 3 Green 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue 3 Green 7 White 2 Yellow 3 Green 7 White 7 White 3 Green 7 White 2 Yellow 8 Grey Centre Centre Centre Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Dashed Dashed Dashed Continuous Continuous Centre Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Centre. 0. circles. to Other Public Address Public Address Public Address Public Address Public Address Power Services Power Services Power Services Power Services Power Services Security Services Security Services Security Services Security Services Security Services Single Line Diagrams Single Line Diagrams Single Line Diagrams Single Line Diagrams Single Line Diagrams General symbols Electrical Text Electrical Text Electrical Text Electrical Text Electrical Text Version 1. etc.CADD Manual E-LTG25 E-LTG35 E-LTG5 E-LTG7 E-OTHR-A E-OTHR25 E-OTHR35 E-OTHR5 E-OTHR7 E-PA-A E-PA25 E-PA35 E-PAS E-PA7 E-PWR-A E-PWR25 E-PWR35 E-PWR5 E-PWR7 E-SEC-A E-SEC25 E-SEC35 E-SECS E-SEC7 E-SLD-A E-SLD25 E-SLD35 E-SLD5 E-SLD7 E-SYMBOL E-TXT-A E-TXT25 E-TXT35 E-TXT5 E-TXT7 A. circles. etc. 0. Continuous. Continuous. etc. etc. circles. 0. circles. Continuous.25mm lines. 1 8mm lines. to Other Elec. Dashed. to Other Elec. etc.7mm lines. circles. 0.2. circles. 0. 0. 0. circles. 0. 0. to Others Elec.1 8mm lines. 2. 0.18mm lines. Misc Trusses. circles. circles.25mm Text 0. etc. 0.7mm Page 19/ 37 3 Green 7 White 2 Yellow 7 White 3 Green 7 White 2 Yellow 1 Red 5 Blue Hidden Hidden Hidden Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Hidden. circles. Misc Ductwork supply Ductwork return Ductwork exhaust Ductwork existing.35 lines General 0. Green 150 Blue 4 Cyan 1 Red 60 Lt. 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Areas.7 lines Grid Lines Hatching Hidden Lines Show line of insulation Line.25 lines General 0.5 lines General 0.8mm text 2.5mm text 5mm text 7mm text Version 1. etc.CADD Manual M-VALVE M1-ARCH M1-ELEC M1-1-1YD M1 –STRUC A.Electrical Import .3 Page 20/ 37 .2. Import .Structural Version 1.Architectural Import . General 0 TITLE VIEWPORT 7 White 7 White 7 White Continuous Continuous Continuous Block creation Drawing sheet AutoCAD Viewports 2 Yellow 7 White 7 White 7 White 7 White Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous Valves &fittings.Hydraulic Import .5. 3.3 A.CADD Manual Version 1.1 Architectural Page 21/ 37 .3. Block Library A. 3.2 Electrical Page 22/ 37 .CADD Manual Version 1.3 A. 3 Mechanical A.4.3.3 A.CADD Manual Version 1. Structural Page 23/ 37 .3. DPI – CD’s Title Block (A1 Sheet) Page 24/ 37 .3 A.CADD Manual Version 1.4. 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Colour.2. Line Style and Line Weight B.3 B. Line Styles and Locations Page 26/ 37 . Level Name. CADD Manual Version 1.3 B. Level Standards – Civil Page 27/ 37 .2.2. 2.Hydraulic Page 28/ 37 . Level Standards -.CADD Manual Version 1.3 B.3. Survey Page 29/ 37 .2.3 B.4.CADD Manual Version 1. Level Standards -. 3 Page 30/ 37 .CADD Manual Version 1. 5.Geopak Name Default 1:50 Plan View Text 1:100 Plan View Text 1:200 Plan View Text 1:250 Plan View Text 1:500 Plan View Text 1:1000 Plan View Text 1:2000 Plan View Text Cross Section Stationing Cross Section Profile Cross Section Datum Line Cross Section Text Cross Section Existing Surface Cross Section Existing Text Cross Section Text Grades Cross Section Text RL Offset Cross Section Profile Design1 Cross Section Profile Design SS Cross Section Earthworks Design Profile Cell .2.CADD Manual Version 1.3 B. Level Standards -.GEOPAK Pattern Road Intersection Pattern RHS KB Pattern LHS KB Pattern VPI _Vz Intersection Point SuperElevation Shapes Existing Profile Existing Pavement Edge Construction Element XS Profile Construction Element1 Construction Element2 Construction Element3 Number 0 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 ByLevelColor 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 3 4 0 0 1 0 4 0 3 4 0 0 6 9 0 0 0 9 84 9 5 9 7 6 2 2 0 69 85 119 ByLevelStyle 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 ByLevelWeight 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 3 2 1 1 4 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page 31/ 37 .GEOPAK Design Profile Design Profile Text 25 Design Profile Text 35 Design Profile Linework Design Centreline Design Edge of Shoulder Design Edge of Pavement Design Kerbing Design Road Name Annotation Design Valley Seam Design Median Treatment Design Plan View Text Design Kerbline Invert and Front Top Design Pavement Area Pattern Lines . cel ) Page 32/ 37 . 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