AutoCAD Plant 3D software and Vault data management software have been able to work together for some time now, but there have been a lot of improvements since the early days. Have you wanted to increase the level of security of your AutoCAD Plant 3D projects, add versioning and check-out; and in workflow, make it easier for other offices to work on your AutoCAD Plant 3D project with you seamlessly? If you have thought about this but thought Vault was too difficult or too hard to send AutoCAD Plant 3D projects to, then this class can show you how easy it can be. We'll look at how incorporating Vault into your AutoCAD Plant 3D project workflow can secure the data, make collaboration seamless, and make design work faster.
- Learn why you should use AutoCAD Plant 3D with Vault
- Learn about changes when working in an AutoCAD Plant 3D-Vault environment
- Learn how to configure AutoCAD Plant 3D and Vault together, and administer an AutoCAD Plant 3D project in Vault
- Discover which AutoCAD Plant 3D workflows change when working on a Vault project
Jason Summerfield over 10 years working in the AEC Industry with roles ranging from a CAD Designer to CAD Manager. After working for several years as a CAD Manger he transitioned into the IT world as a Systems Administrator. Using his experience with customizing and programming AutoCAD and Microstation he designed and implemented a corporate data management system. He joined Autodesk in 2006 as a Product Support Specialist supporting Vault and Productstream.
I am an Enterprise Support Specialist at Autodesk specializing in AutoCAD, AutoCAD Plant 3D, AutoCAD P&ID, Navisworks, Vault, Fusion 360 and little in BIM 360. I have worked in as an industrial steam plant (boiler) design draftsman as well as in the Oil and Gas industry (Refining) as a Piping Design Draftsman for over 19 years in industry where we worked on all manner of projects. The scope and variety of the work required that I be flexible in what I worked on, while I spend most of the time as a piping design draftsman, I have also taken on roles as System Administrator and Trainer for the design team. In addition to piping design, I have also worked as a draftsman and designer in most disciplines, ranging from electrical schematics to structural arrangements and details to concrete details, fabrication design and even a small portion of Automotive body design.