A functioning CAD standard is a must. Not enough of us (or our organizations) use CAD standards in our daily AutoCAD workflows. A CAD standard must be developed, documented, and, more importantly, used every day. An ever-decreasing amount of time—and the hard work it takes to make that CAD standard into an entity—gets in the way. LinkedIn Learning [in]structor Shaun Bryant (CadJedi) will show you how to implement a CAD standard and develop it to suit your team, and identify which CAD standards are needed (BS1192, NCS, AIA, and so on). Once built and agreed, it then needs to be deployed. You will learn some of the tips and tricks you’ll need to get you through this rigorous process of CAD standardization, and, more importantly, you’ll discover how to document the process to ensure that milestones are met, and that your CAD standard becomes second nature for your CAD team.
- Learn how and why you should develop a CAD standard, and discover the methodology to implement it
- Learn how to bring internal stakeholders into the mix, gaining valuable input and buy-in where necessary
- Learn how to build up specific elements of your CAD standard as you develop it, and then keep them updated
- Learn how to make your CAD standard a work in progress, all day, every day, as it evolves with your organization