Kick 90

eVolve Electrical contains and utilizes the most powerful, feature packed bend families in the industry. These families have been developed with the user in mind and allow for total customization. Becoming familiar with commonly used parts and their functions can open up a world of options that can't be found elsewhere.

The most common way to add a kick is to slice a coupling into a conduit and swap the conduit out for the appropriate bend family. Existing couplings can also be utilized this way. Elbows can also be easily swapped out. Make sure the necessary bend families are preloaded into the project.

Instance Properties

Convert- Activates the bend family parameters

Kick Height- Height of kick(Center to Center)

Kick to Top- Uses Top and Bottom of conduit rather than center to center

Kick Right- Stub end kicks up and right

Kick Left- Stub end kicks up and left

Reverse Fixed End- Switches the fixed end of the bend, which is used as the reference point to determine what side moves up or down.

Reverse Direction- Changes the direction that the transition is being made

Nose Minimum Length- The minimum possible stub length, based on bender settings.

Nose Length- Manually sets the length of the nose. (Nose Minimum Length must be unchecked)

Tail Remnant Length- Uses the balance of the remaining conduit for the tail end

Set Overall Bend Length- Check to activate the Overall Bend Length parameter

Overall Bend Length- Set the length of the bend

Use Custom Angle- Check to activate Angle Override

Angle Override- Manually set the angle that the bends are created with

Add Coupling 1- Adds a coupling to the green colored end

Add Coupling 2- Adds a coupling to the non-green colored end

Type Properties (Edit Type)

Use overall Length in BOM-eVolve length gets reported but can use overall length instead of max conduit length for just length of bend

Max Conduit Length- Set max conduit stick length. Default is standard 10' sections.

BOM & Legend

In the eVolve Template, each bend family has its own legend and BOM for fast and easy access to information.


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