fwiw Blake - copies of the detailed drawings in the Rohn fat catalog seem to
be fine with all the building people I have ever had to deal with - they are
certainly impressive albeit done "manually"....
If you do not have a copy of the Rohn catalog I highly recommend you get on
e- think K7LXC sells them....they are a fantastic source of info - be it
figuring out how much area you need for guying a tower x feet high or
dimensional info as to spacing between components of the tower section...
It is a must for the active hams bookshelf!
----- Original Message -----
From: Blake Meinecke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 7:13 PM
Subject: [Towertalk] AutoCAD Tower drawings?
> Is there anywhere I could get (amateur) rohn autocad construction drawings
> (electronic files) that I could use as a starting point for designing my
> installation?? (that I can modify as needed)
> I'm not an engineer, and no I don't have to turn in signed/sealed
> In my experience with regulatory people, the reviewers are usually
> by "high-tech" looking stuff. I'd like to turn in a professional-looking
> tower application package.
> Figured I'd check to see if this kindof thing is available first, if not
> I'll start from scratch.
> Blake N4GI
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