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Visio => User-submitted Stuff => Topic started by: Surrogate on October 30, 2018, 06:03:05 AM

Title: Custom stencil for create rack diagram
Post by: Surrogate on October 30, 2018, 06:03:05 AM
Let me introduce my own stencil for create rack diagram.
You can download this stencil (https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Stencil-for-create-rack-a380779b/file/216217/1/19_inch_Rack_flexible_EN.zip) in TechNet Gallery
Page (https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Stencil-for-create-rack-a380779b) where described this stencil opportunities.
Video (https://youtu.be/o9Vr19PKPCM) which describe this stencil opportunities.

Hope my stencil and this video can helps!
Title: Re: Custom stencil for create rack diagram
Post by: wapperdude on October 30, 2018, 09:13:29 AM
Nice.  The video tutorial was helpful to show all of the features.  Nicely developed rack shape. 

As a non-metric sort of person, it would be nice to switch dimensional units.  A low priority.

Wapperdude
Title: Re: Custom stencil for create rack diagram
Post by: Surrogate on October 31, 2018, 05:45:23 AM
Thank you, Wayne !
I forgot that not all peoples in the World use metric units.  :-[

I must replace rack width from 600 mm;800 mm; 900 mm to 23.6 in; 31.5 in; 35.4 in
and base/roof heght from 50 mm; 70 mm; 80 mm; 100 mm to 1.96 in; 2.75 in; 3.15 in; 3.93 in
Or in non-metric countries used other values ?
Title: Re: Custom stencil for create rack diagram
Post by: wapperdude on October 31, 2018, 09:48:57 AM
A rack's mounting fixture consists of two parallel metal strips (also referred to as "posts" or "panel mounts") standing vertically. The posts are each 0.625 inches (15.88 mm) wide, and are separated by a gap of 17.75 inches (450.85 mm), giving an overall rack width of 19 inches (482.60 mm).

As far as enclosures go, not aware of any standard.  I've seen as little as 20.5", out to 23.6", and beyond.  It's both company dependent and application dependent.

(The other weird aspect of this is the screw hole spacing.  There is the standard space within the 1U height.  But, the spacing between rack units is different...well, at least in the audio world.  So, if you populate a rack, and you want a gap, and you want all 4 screws, you have to shift 1 full rack unit.  A real pain.)

Wapperdude
Title: Re: Custom stencil for create rack diagram
Post by: Surrogate on October 31, 2018, 04:53:12 PM
A rack's mounting fixture consists of two parallel metal strips (also referred to as "posts" or "panel mounts") standing vertically. The posts are each 0.625 inches (15.88 mm) wide, and are separated by a gap of 17.75 inches (450.85 mm), giving an overall rack width of 19 inches (482.60 mm).
I try find picture with all dimensions, but I can't do it all last evening !
In the next edition I want to add on the right side the vertical rail with the applied squares. Something like this

Title: Re: Custom stencil for create rack diagram
Post by: wapperdude on October 31, 2018, 07:13:24 PM
Here's a reasonably good drawing showing dimensions:  http://mil-spec.tpub.com/MIL-C/MIL-C-28771B/MIL-C-28771B00043im.jpg (http://mil-spec.tpub.com/MIL-C/MIL-C-28771B/MIL-C-28771B00043im.jpg)

Image attached.

Wapperdude