Capital Lighting Symbols?


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Even though Chief has descent CAD tools, I'd do this in AutoCAD.  Better solid modeling tools and easier to use IMO.  Then convert to a symbol in Chief.. 

 

Assuming you are using Chief... nothing on your signature. 

 

Have you went to the vendor's website?  Small chance, like 0.000001% they might have this as a file to download.  Check 3D Warehouse as well, and the other free 3D sites. 

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