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Instructional demo    PT21758
3D-Model Collaboration with AutoCAD Plant 3D and Revit
Jason Drew
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Description

Design collaboration between architecture, engineering, and construction disciplines using AutoCAD software industry-specific products and Revit software is possible with the proper workflows. This class outlines best practices for exporting and importing models between AutoCAD Plant 3D software and Revit software, managing design changes, and optimizing models. This session features Revit and AutoCAD Plant 3D. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to export and import models using AutoCAD Plant 3D
  • Learn how to export and import models using Revit
  • Learn how to update models with design changes
  • Learn about model optimization

Speakers

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Jason Drew joined Autodesk, Inc., in 2011 working with Frontline Customer Support, and he is currently a premium support specialist working with Enterprise Priority Support where he helps customers with Plant Design Suite software. He worked for 3 years as an AutoCAD P&ID software administrator and designer on Intergraph SmartPlant P&ID before joining an Autodesk partner as an application engineer at d3 Technologies Ltd. in 2010. Jason is also a member of the 'Krew,' a team of Plant design professionals from around the globe. His original background is in information technology, where he worked for 6 years providing desktop support at Linde Process Plants, Inc., in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Quentin joined Autodesk, Inc., in 2012 working as a Frontline Customer Support Specialist. He is currently a Premium Support Specialist working with Enterprise Priority Support where he assists customers with AutoCAD Plant Design software. Quentin has been involved with Autodesk technology for over 25 years (starting with release 10). Prior to joining Autodesk he worked with various companies as a CAD Manager and Designer with focus in the oil and gas industry and ammonia refrigeration. Prior to joining Autodesk he primarily worked using AutoCAD P&ID to develop as-built drafting services for various industries. This required various levels of customization due to following set guidelines set up with each customer he worked with. Quentin is also a contributor to the In the Pipes blog that provides helpful tips and tricks to AutoCAD Plant 3D and P&ID users.
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