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Josh Asche

FAB22939: Fabrication Parts in Revit: Quickly and Easily Go from Design to Fabrication to Fabrication ESTmep and Beyond.

(Duration 01:02:42)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Review the Design-to-Fabrication workflow in Revit to go from Revit Project to Fabrication Parts
  • Learn how to export a Fabrication file that then can be opened in Fabrication ESTmep, Fabrication CADmep, or Fabrication CAMduct
  • Learn how to utilize new Estimating Summary features in Fabrication ESTmep to quickly review project contents and make modifications to price and/or labor on the fly
  • Learn how to take the modified file and review it with Fabrication CADmep, compare to it to the original file, and prepare ductwork for fabrication with Fabrication CAMduct

Description

Description

In this class, we will explore how to utilize Fabrication Parts in Revit software by taking a Revit project and going through the Design-to-Fabrication workflow. Once this has been reviewed and is complete, we will export a Fabrication file from Revit software into Fabrication ESTmep software. Once inside Fabrication ESTmep software, we will review the contents of the project and make any changes required. Then, utilizing the new Estimating Summary options, we will review pricing and labor and make any adjustments necessary. Once this is complete, we will review our options for sending the .MAJ to Fabrication CAMduct software and Fabrication CADmep software. This session features Revit MEP and Fabrication CADmep.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Autodesk Fabrication Users, Estimators, Purchasing, CAD Managers and users, Shop Fabrication Managers

Speakers

Speakers

Josh Asche

Josh is currently working at Comfort Systems USA as a BIM Integration Specialist. Comfort Systems USA has become America’s leader in installation and service for building mechanical systems and currently has 36 subsidiary companies with over 96 locations across the United States. CSUSA has a total of 24 companies, 7 sheet metal fabrication shops with 190 users sharing the same Autodesk Fabrication Database. Josh is responsible for implementation, training and advisement on best practices for these companies, developing standards within the organization and continuing to utilize new technology to the fullest extent. Previous to working at CSUSA Josh was a sheet metal worker for 12 years, MAP Software trainer for 3 years and a Regional Sales Manager for Technical Sales International for 2 years. Josh has been working with Autodesk Products for 16 years.

Bryan Miller

Josh is currently working at Comfort Systems USA as a BIM Integration Specialist. Comfort Systems USA has become America’s leader in installation and service for building mechanical systems and currently has 36 subsidiary companies with over 96 locations across the United States. CSUSA has a total of 24 companies, 7 sheet metal fabrication shops with 190 users sharing the same Autodesk Fabrication Database. Josh is responsible for implementation, training and advisement on best practices for these companies, developing standards within the organization and continuing to utilize new technology to the fullest extent. Previous to working at CSUSA Josh was a sheet metal worker for 12 years, MAP Software trainer for 3 years and a Regional Sales Manager for Technical Sales International for 2 years. Josh has been working with Autodesk Products for 16 years.

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Tags

Published

  • 2016
  • FAB22939
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit MEP
  • Fabrication CADmep

Industry

  • Building Products and Fabrication

Topics

  • Fabrication for AEC