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April 29, 2015



I am returning to HydraCAD after using SprinkCAD for nearly 8 years, and pretty much forgot how to use the program. So I'm baffled that putting valves on the system requires four steps, including raising to 3D first. Why can't I just put a valve block a pipe and have it be included in a calc and list? Why the whole long process? I mean, so much of HydraCAD just seems like ridiculously long processes to accomplish simple tasks.


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