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LISP Program for Jib Crane

This is a LISP based program for Drawing of Jib Crane, with user friendly dialog boxes, which is an add-on for any CAD program for developing GA drawing as well as component wise drawings with Bill of Material and weights of all components for Top and Bottom Jib Crane. The program asks for all parameters and then automatically draws separate drawings for each component giving Bill of materials for that component as well as weight of each sub-component and also total weight. It then draws GA Drawing with total weight of Jib Crane. The Package gives all minor details at Quotation Stage itself and this helps to quote in most competitive manner. It can draw a Jib Crane up to a span of 6 meters, lift of 4 meters, and lifting load of 3 tons.
Three Structural members, such as Beams, Channels and Angles as well as Plates and Pipe are used to fabricate a jib crane. You can select American, British or Indian standard for sizes of these Structural members. The sizes of Structural members as per the standard are then shown in dialog boxes. You can even change these values. If you are choosing standard of your country, you can fill in sizes of structural members as per standards of your country.
If you select American Standard all values in dialog boxes will be shown in foot-inches and all drawings will be created in foot-inch dimensions. If you select British or Indian Standard all values in dialog boxes will be shown in metric system and all drawings will be created in millimeter dimensions.

Jib Crane package Bought so far by 14 parties
for Top Jib in Foot-Inch System.
for Top Jib in Metric System.
for Bottom Jib in Foot-Inch System.
for Bottom Jib in Metric System.

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