In this class, you learn how to edit the out-of-box specs and catalogs as well as create new ones from scratch. We also cover how to create custom components in the catalogs using the preprogrammed parametric shapes and how to employ the unlimited options available when making custom components from AutoCAD software blocks. Finally, we discuss the auxiliary catalogs in which the non-spec-driven components, such as supports, are stored and we explain how to edit them.
- Locate and open existing catalogs and specs
- Create new catalogs and specs
- Create custom components
- Describe where non-spec-driven content is stored and edit the non-spec-driven content
Aaron Werning has 14 years of CAD administration experience in the industrial engineering field. He is an experienced 3D piping designer with a passion for automating systems and tedious tasks. A majority of his career has been spent working on and developing piping specs in database format. After being a part of Autodesk's ProjectX three years ago, he has spent much time learning the Plant 3D spec development engine as well as tips and tweaks to speed up content population in the catalogs. His hobbies include: fishing, RC helicopters, brewing beer, video games and programming. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Steve Chorney has over 30 years experience in the Petrochemical / Oil industries. He has extensive knowledge and experience with CAD Project Coordination, Systems Administration, and Software Support successfully coordinating Multi-million dollar projects from inception to final turnover. He produces realistic animations and renderings of projects using 3Ds Max show casing the reality of completed plants. Steve has vast knowledge of technical writing, creating standards and document guidelines , and specification / catalog development. He has worked mostly in Canada on Oil Sands projects but also was lucky to spend some time in Australia on offshore rigs. He was part of Autodesk's " Project X" a few years back working with the 'KREW' learning the ins and outs of PLANT 3D. His hobbies include art, photography, and making animated Halloween props. http://ca.linkedin.com/in/stevechorney email: email@example.com