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Scott Hallmark

PD2297: AutoCAD Plant 3D: Tricks of the Trade

(Duration 01:06:10)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Route pipe in various ways for different scenarios and create and store equipment templates to be used across multiple projects
  • Adjust graphical view options to suit the modeling needs and generate templates with specific layers for modeling
  • Generate isos to include various messages and breaks to speed up the clean up time
  • Change sizes of components and move components without deleting and rerouting

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

In this class, we share some of the tricks we have learned over the years for working with AutoCAD® Plant 3D software. We cover various ways to route pipe, including rolled offsets, L2P, sloped, F as you go, elevations, and compass settings. We teach you to create equipment templates and use Viewports in Plant 3D modeling. We cover X-ray view, layer and template options, and iso messages and breaks. We explain the model symbols, such as triangles, pluses, inverted triangles, arrows, and the red line of connectivity. Finally, we cover the proper method of making line and inline asset size changes.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Beginning Plant 3D users, designers, and CAD managers

Speakers

Speakers

Scott Hallmark

Scott is a Lead Designer for Robins & Morton, a multidiscipline engineering and construction firm based in Birmingham, AL with 8 offices in the U.S. Based in Birmingham, he provides piping design as well as end-user support and customization efforts for AutoCAD® Plant 3D, P&ID and Inventor. He is an Inventor 2013 Certified Professional as well. Prior to working for Robins & Morton, Scott had been in the Autodesk® Reseller Channel for five years working for Applied Software in Atlanta, GA and ALACAD in Birmingham, AL. As a Senior Application Specialist, Scott traveled the eastern U.S. and Canada instructing users on Plant 3D and Inventor, performing installations, implementations, and customizations for many industries utilizing the applications. Scott is proud to have landed at Robins & Morton in November of 2012 where family and safety come first, and support and development of the employee are second to none.

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Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • PD2297
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Plant Design Suite

Industries

  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas

Topics

  • Plant Design