DIN EN 10056-1 PDF

Standard DIN EN Structural steel equal and unequal leg angles – Part 1: Dimensions; German version EN German. Draft standard [WITHDRAWN] DIN EN – Draft. Structural steel equal and unequal leg angles – Part 1: Dimensions; German and . Find the most up-to-date version of DIN EN at Engineering

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Click the down arrow next to the Filters button. The current setting should be DIN.

Equal angles – steel angles, equal side angle bars

If not, select DIN from the list. In the Save As dialog box, click Workspace. Navigate to the Lesson7 folder.

Save the part as x It is important that you do not save the part into the default Content Center library 10506-1 if you 1056-1, it will become a library part and you will not be able to edit it. Position the component in the assembly using the Move and Rotate tools so it is approximately positioned as shown. Assemble the angle component to the corner plate using insert constraints.

Equal Leg Angles to EN

Assemble at the holes marked A and B as shown. Move the cursor over the second hole. Select the center of the hole. You may have to use the Select Other tool. Repeat the workflow from this section of the exercise to complete the assembly using the second set of Content Center components. On the Component panel, click the arrow below Place. Click Place from Content Center. Expand the Structural Shapes category. Only the DIN standard angles are visible.


Unequal angle profiles

Select Lxx8 from the Section Designation list. For Bar Length, enter Place one angle in the assembly. Select the component and change its color to Yellow Dark.

Double-click the new 100056-1 to edit it in place. Right-click the front face of the component. On the Draw panel, click Point.

Sketch and constrain three points as shown. Use vertical constraints to ensure that the three holes line up. On the Quick Access toolbar, click Return. On the Modify panel, click Hole. Create three 17 mm diameter holes using a Through All termination. Select the Fasteners category. Click Een to Favorites. Select the Washers category. Right-click DIN A. Select the Nuts category. Click Cancel to close the Place from Content Center dialog box.

Switch the browser mode to display the Favorites. The bolt, washer, and nut you added to Favorites are displayed. In the dialog box, select an M16 x 45 bolt.


Click to place one bolt. Right-click and select Done. In the browser, double-click DIN A. Click to place one washer. Click to place one nut.

In the browser, select the DIN washer. Drag a copy into the graphics window. In the browser, select the bolt, washers, and nut.

Drag and drop the selected components from the browser into the assembly. Zoom in on the first set of components. Assemble a nut onto the bolt using an insert constraint as shown. Use an insert constraint to constrain the assembled bolt and washer to the frame. Use insert constraints to add the second washer and nut. On the Component panel, click Pattern. In the browser, select the bolt, washers, and nut that you just assembled.

In the Pattern Component dialog djn, click the Rectangular tab. Select the top edge of the plate as shown.

Right-click in Column Spacing. Do not save changes.