The 6 Most Common Pipe Profiling Shapes for Ship Building Explained
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Knuckles are used in shipbuilding to create flanges that are welded to other, contoured structures in a ship. To save labor time and reduce errors, HGG created a knuckle marking macro.
The curve data information of knuckles in Aveva are imported into ProCAM, so users are able to verify the knuckle and edit text information.
The knuckle macro saves time and manual labor, while it also reduces errors. The knuckle marking macro is specially developed for all new PCL machines. It’s added to the standard package of PCL macros.