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Use an industry-specific toolset for plant design and engineering to create P&IDs and integrate them into a 3D plant design model.
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Place instrumentation directly from the Instrumentation tool palette, and place in the same way as piping components.
Easily create a local backup of your project.
Find project design files faster.
Better integration with Vault data management software.
Tools improve the representation of skewed lines in piping isometrics.
The toolset makes the most of hardware graphics acceleration for speedier performance.
Many project commands are right-clickable in Project Manager. This makes workflows, like editing piping specifications, easier.
Display lines and components in colors by property value.
Check for piping specification consistency in P&ID.
Supports data consistency across P&ID for process and instrument lines.
The P&ID and the AutoCAD Plant 3D toolset model are tightly integrated.
In-context AutoCAD commands help make P&ID drafting easier.
Symbol representations are visible in the tool palettes and organized by type. Includes PIP, ISA, JIS, and ISO/DIN.
Create and customize tags and labels to meet project standards.
Quickly identify possible errors. The tool scans P&IDs for data consistency, according to user-definable rules.
Use engineering data from Excel to update the P&ID. Use the data updates for output in reports.
AutoCAD P&ID uses ISO 15926. Read the white paper for more information about this standard.
Parametric equipment definitions help you model more quickly.
Lay out steel stairs, ladders, and railings using standard steel sections. Includes AISC, CISC, and DIN steel catalogs.
Locate center of gravity of piping spools of individual piping components and combinations of components.
Add BOM tables and linked annotations to orthographic drawings. Customize project-specific table formats, as needed.
Intelligently integrate simplified Inventor models and connect piping.
Place pipes quickly and produce detailed material takeoffs. Supports AWWA, BPE, and other piping catalogs.
Include multiport valves in your model.
Create a single pipe with pulled pipe bends.
Display the isometric dimension in the extracted isometric.
Create pipes from an isometric PCF file.
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