|This task shows you how to place a hanger on a run.|
|A piping run is used in this example. The process is the same for other types of runs and hangers.|
|1.||With your document open, click the
Place Hanger button
and then select the
On Object tab in the Hanger Placement dialog box that
displays. If the Part Number field displays a hanger, make sure
it is the hanger you want to use. If it is not, then click the Reset
Tab Page button
to clear the field.
|2.||Click at the location on the run
where you want to place a hanger. If the Part Number field
displays a hanger, that hanger is placed.
If the field is clear, the Catalog Browser displays.
Expand the entry and select a part number. The Catalog Browser closes, your selection displays in the Part Number field of the Hanger Placement dialog box ,and the hanger is placed (it may take a few seconds).
Place more hangers by clicking again, or end the process by clicking OK.
In the image below, the user is preparing to place more hangers.
|3.||You can also place more hangers by
clicking the Place Hanger button
and selecting a
hanger. Enter the number of Instances and the Offset
in the Hanger Placement dialog box. You can change the
direction in which the hangers will be placed by adding a negative (-)
sign before the offset value.
In the image below, the user is placing the two hangers on the right.