Design Line is one of the most powerful features of the Fabrication software products from Autodesk, Inc. The Design Line technology creates fabrication-intent models from special lines called Design Lines that are associated with a fabrication service. This specification-driven methodology enables for easy creation and modifications to the model. This hands-on lab will introduce the basic concepts and best practices for using Design Line in your daily work.
- Learn how to use Design Line to create fabrication-intent models more quickly and efficiently
- Learn how to quickly modify existing fabrication models using Design Line
- Learn how to easily explore different services with alternate methods and materials using Design Line
- Learn how to quickly adjust the elevation, fall, and more of ducts and pipes using Line Editor
Doug Wietbrock is the founder and president of an Autodesk, Inc., partner focused on the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) Fabrication industry. He is a co-author and technical editor of Fabrication CADmep Fundamentals. He has taught design line for the Fabrication User Group and was on the team that created video tutorials for the Fabrication software products.
Scott Hendricks heads up Technical Services Delivery for the Fabrication software for Enceptia. He is an experienced instructor and implementation expert for Fabrication CADmep software, Fabrication ESTmep software, and Fabrication CAMduct software. His skills also extend to application development and customization of the Fabrication software, and he is the author of the Enceptia Configuration Pack for the U.S. market, a product that enhances the use of the Fabrication products with Imperial standards. Scott also creates courseware and video training for the Fabrication products. He previously worked for a mechanical, electrical, and plumbing contractor, and he was a union plumber and pipefitter for over 26 years, rising to the position of field supervisor before making the switch to design.