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Old 01-27-03, 08:05 AM
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blueprint electrical symbols

where would i find blueprint electrical symbols on-line?
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Old 01-27-03, 11:37 AM
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I don't know an online source but this is a reasonable book.
Electrical Blueprint Reading by Taylor F. Winslow
Shows how to read and interpret electrical drawings, wiring diagrams, and specifications for constructing electrical systems. Shows how a typical lighting and power layout would appear on a plan, and explains what to do to execute the plan. Describes how to use a panelboard or heating schedule, and includes typical electrical specifications.

208 pages, 8-1/2 x 11, $18.00
Old 01-31-03, 04:24 AM
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While it's often 'easy' to just post a question and wait for a reply, it's usually faster to just do the search for yourself..

Less than 2 minutes on yahoo produced this link.
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Thanks Pendragon. That one's worth a bookmark.
Old 01-31-03, 10:01 AM
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edwg, Do you use Microstation? I have a good cell library including electrical.
Old 01-31-03, 10:58 PM
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Good show, Pendragon!

I see aphares added your find to the sticky; But this one is so good, it deserves to go back to the top and where this won't simply be a _top; And perhaps, to add some value to the thread through my congrats; I stripped your great find down to the homepage;

I didn't immediately find a path directly back the find; But, this site does contain a lot of info on a lot of "related" subjects, not all Electrical, but very valuable construction info, nonetheless; Note: I did strip-out the left toolbar for the above link; Virtually all of the value is from the stripped-down link and especially, Pendragon's find; But, you can lose the *.htm, if you'd like to know where it started; And because Pendragon's find is so valuable, I feel it bears repeating;

Good show!
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