In this class, we will see how to customize the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) fabrication database: how to create new specifications, new services, new items from pattern templates, and so on. We will then use it in Revit software, taking advantages of all new features and capabilities provided by Revit 2017 software—and figure out all the value of using fabrication content in the detailing phase to capitalize on design, optimize construction, and save costs. This session features Revit and Fabrication CAMduct.
- Learn how to customize the existing MEP fabrication shared database
- Learn how to create your own content and use it in Revit
- Learn how to capitalize on the value of using new Revit detailing capabilities
- Understand the relationships between the needs of MEP contractors and the work of MEP fabricators
Based in Autodesk, Inc.’s, Paris office in France, Julien Drouet is senior technical specialist in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Team, focused on the construction and MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) portfolio. Julien is an electrical engineer with 20 years’ experience in the building, engineering, and construction industry. He has been involved in Autodesk’s MEP product adoption for 10 years, and he’s been in charge of the MEP Fabrication Solutions since Autodesk’s first MEP fabrication product release.