Autodesk University
ReCap to the Max! How to Edit, Document, and Coordinate
Hands-on Lab    ES125302-L
Mark Labell Jr
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Description

This hands-on lab will cover how to edit point cloud projects in ReCap software for all disciplines and project types. We will review advanced documentation and annotation features to make finding equipment and rooms in the point cloud easier for all ReCap users. We'll also take a quick tour covering how to extract a piece of equipment for use in planning and general arrangements, or as a template for creating a 3D asset. Next, we'll go over the demolition workflow and how we've created various demolition packages over the years at SSOE Group. Finally, we'll review how to reduce storage on a network and use the undocumented feature of importing unified data sets in ReCap. No prior use of ReCap on a project is required, although it would be helpful to take a peek at the sample data provided with the application just to gain familiarity with the interface prior to the lab.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to select equipment for exporting as its own file
  • Learn how to tag and label for asset tracking and simplified viewing
  • Learn how to do advanced dimension features and document information for search
  • Learn how to compress ReCap projects with the undocumented feature

Speakers

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Mark LaBell has a passion and unparalleled dedication for the practice of virtual design and construction methods in the AEC industry. He has served as a user and customization expert in BIM/CAD software for over 15 years, and he provides support and training for users to educate them on how to maintain a sound and practical user environment. Always looking for the next best thing—whether process improvement, software, or hardware when it comes to practical design and user experience. He has learned that there is never a “one size fits all” approach, no matter what the client requirements dictate. He has spearheaded and hosted SSOE Group’s annual hackathon, which is a business planning process that enables all staff to participate in business planning and new business opportunities. Over the past 18 months, he has presented at numerous conferences, including Autodesk University, BIMForum, SPAR International, PSMJ AEC Thrive Summit, BIM Integration Congress, and Midwest University.
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