Are you interested in capitalizing on the power of .NET with your Fabrication software data? Awesome! Me too! This class will cover getting started with Fabrication software’s exciting new API. We will cover how to set up plug-ins for each of the various products—Fabrication CADmep software, Fabrication CAMduct software, and Fabrication ESTmep software. Learn how to load them in and execute the code. Also, discover some of what you can and cannot do, and ways to work in scripting and LISP to fill in the gaps where necessary. Knowledge of the Fabrication software products would be helpful, as well as prior knowledge of the Fabrication scripting language. This class will be a continuation of the Fabrication Advanced Scripting Class, but attending that class will not be strictly necessary for this one.
- Learn how to get started
- Learn how to execute in AutoCAD
- Learn how to execute in Fabrication CAMduct and Fabrication ESTmep
- Fill in the gaps
Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology coordinator by day, media enthusiast by night (and during the day, too), Tim Catalano has been working with all aspects of BIM, design, and media software and hardware technology for over 19 years. He designs fabricated structural assemblies and manages CAD/BIM hardware and software. He also develops tools for his organization, as well as tools in the Autodesk Exchange for a wider audience—and even custom tools for audio processing and fun tools for his phone. There’s a ton of knowledge jammed into his head that he would like share with the greater community.
Jubel Beren is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology coordinator at RK Mechanical, Inc., in Denver, Colorado. His duties include, but are not limited to, managing the Autodesk, Inc., Fabrication software products. He maintains the Fabrication database for CamDuct, CadDuct, and Remote Entry, as well as trains the team on all 3 products. He has been using Fabrication software for 15-plus years, and he has trained others on the software worldwide.