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Continuous Rings with Support Lugs

Continuous Rings with Support Lugs

Continuous Rings with Support Lugs

When the continuous rings for support lugs box is checked what is the assumption for the width of these rings? Is the ring on bottom the same width/thickness as the top plate/ring?

The graphic depiction shows the bottom ring at the full width of the bottom plate. Is this truly the case?

Why does the software not allow continuous rings to be used in conjuncture with a repad all the way around the tower?

There is no mention in the manual of the continuous rings, nor of the design factor.

RE: Continuous Rings with Support Lugs

I suggest reviewing these relevant documents:


If you continue to have questions, I suggest contacting Codeware technical support directly. Try using the web-based contact form on the Codeware website (www.codeware.com/support/support_center.html) or direct e-mail to support 'at' Codeware.com.


   "Although this forum is monitored by Codeware it is not intended as a venue for technical support and should not be used as the primary means of technical support."

  Tom Barsh
  Codeware Technical Support

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