In a message dated 7/23/02 4:15:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> 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)
What's wrong with the complete drawings in the catalog? (Available from
> I'm not an engineer, and no I don't have to turn in signed/sealed drawings.
> 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.
Building department plan checkers and inspectors are impressed by FACTS
and FIGURES and COMPLIANCE with building codes, not amateur paperwork.
> Figured I'd check to see if this kindof thing is available first, if not
> I'll start from scratch.
I guess my question is, "Why do you want to reinvent the wheel?". Unless
you ARE a clever fabricator and decent engineer, I wouldn't suggest you do
that. All that to save $80 a section for 25G or whatever? Good grief.
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