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Ductwork Transitions: Cone Transition

Cone TransitionThe Cone Transition can take many forms. This calculator is based on a true cone segment. The center point of both the top and bottom circles are on the same line (no offset). In the flat, the arcs share a common center point. If we receive enough requests for more complex cones, perhaps we will offer a calculator for them as well.

 

cone flat patternThe program creates a DXF file on your computer. Both the 3D Model and flat pattern are included on separate layers. You may then import the DXF file into your CAD system.

 

How to Use This Program - Requires Windows 7 or newer

Start by creating a folder on the 'C:' drive of your computer called "SMG", short for Sheet Metal Guy. Next click below and download the file Cones.ZIP, placing it in the SMG folder. Use File Explorer to unzip the file and extract the program Cones.exe into the SMG folder.

 

Close the File Explorer and left click on the Desktop of the computer. In the menu, select 'New' and 'Shortcut'. Use the Browse button to locate the program, Cones.EXE in the SMG folder. Then click 'Next' to finish creating the Shortcut.

 

You are now ready to run the program. Simply click on the Shortcut. Enter the "Top Diameter", Bottom Diamter" and the Height" of the cone. That's it. go to your CAD program and open the DXF fdile "Cones.DXf in the SMG folder.

 


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