Anchorage Pipe Supports leads the way in manufacturing pipe supports and has now released a new library of BIM and CAD files.
Working with engineers and project owners in need of a reliable partner, Anchorage operates its manufacturing facility in Australia to ensure complete control over quality and delivery times.
Recently, Anchorage released a new BIM and CAD library for pipe supports, an initiative implemented in response to the market need.
Anchorage said piping designers around Australia have been looking for a more efficient way to incorporate pipe supports in their designs.
“The library was developed by IGS BIM Solutions, Australia’s industry leader in BIM and Revit content creation for product manufacturers,” said the company.
During the project, Anchorage encountered the challenge of multiple design software and subsequently, varying file formats.
Through extensive research, the company decided to make three different file types available for the ease of consumers and has now released the library in Revit (BIM) and 3D DWG and STEP (CAD).
The Anchorage BIM and CAD library is now available for download here.
Anchorage said part of its individuality in the industry is its unmatched ability to customise for specific requirements.
“This means we can manufacture pipe supports to any site conditions and requirements,” said Anchorage.
“The Anchorage team understands that all projects are not created equal, and there are a myriad of pipe sizes and configurations to contend with.
“Having a bespoke pipe support solution means that best-practice designs can be utilised, and asset integrity is never compromised.”
With more than 400 years of accumulated experience in design and manufacturing, Anchorage has regular exposure to mining, petrochemical, water, marine and infrastructure projects.
This variety of project knowledge gives the company vast, industry-leading experience in the field of custom manufacturing.
For more information visit the Anchorage website or call 1800 899 480.
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