Instructional demo    MSF21096
Fabrication Profiles: How Do You Manage Your Database Without Them?
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Does your company have multiple locations, branches, or divisions? Does your Fabrication software database have multiple “job specific” services? Does your Fabrication software database have multiple “job specific” pressure classes, insulation specifications, or support specifications? If you answered yes to one of these questions, we have a solution for you. Using Fabrication software profiles for each project is a great way to maintain the Fabrication database without the need for project-specific groups within the database. Utilizing profiles will help maintain a clean database to eliminate temporary database entries. If you plan to use Fabrication Parts in Revit software, this is a must-see. This session features Fabrication CADmep and Fabrication CAMduct.

Key Learnings

  • Understand the benefits of using profiles for both Fabrication products and Revit
  • Discover what parts of the database are global specific versus profile specific
  • Learn how to create and manage profiles for use in Fabrication products as well as Revit
  • Learn how to edit the profile for project requirements for use in Fabrication as well as Revit



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