Example Power Line

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This is a double line with a tag at each pylon. The pylons are defined as corner symbols. That means, at each Corner Vertex, a pylon will be drawn. Use the Icon StraightLineMode.PNG Straight Line tool to draw power lines. Then you automatically get Corner Vertices at each pylon.

To create this line symbol, enter the following parameters to a newly created line symbol:


  • Corner symbol: activated. Click the Edit button to open the Symbol Editor, where you can draw a pylon symbol element at the coordinates 0/0.

PowerLine Symbols.PNG

PowerLine SymbolEditor.PNG

Double Line

  • Mode: Full lines
  • Width: 0.8 mm
  • Left line color: black
  • Left line width: 0.1 mm
  • Right line color: black
  • Right line width: 0.1 mm

PowerLine DoubleLine.PNG

This is an example where a double line is used without infill.

Download link: Example_PowerLine.ocd

Back to the Create a New Line Symbol page.