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AutoCAD Plant 3D: The Data Manager

Posted by Rick France on Sep 29, 2021 3:25:28 PM

AutoCAD® Plant 3D stores all of the data for your P&ID’s and 3D Models in a live SQL database running in the background. The Data Manager in Plant 3D lets you see all of this intelligent information in a user-friendly interface, enabling you to modify the data as needed. There are also tools for exporting and importing the data utilizing Excel, plus additional tools for configuring how you view the data and what specific data you would like to export or import. Setting up these configurations will enable users to maintain accuracy while lessening the chance of error within the information used in your project reports and bill of materials.

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Topics: Plant, webcast

Dynamic 3D Solutions successfully completes challenging construction project with Hagerman support and Autodesk software

Posted by hagermancompany on Sep 15, 2021 9:15:37 AM

CUSTOMER CHALLENGE

Dynamic 3D Solutions is a full-service design firm specializing in industrial plant design, 3D laser scanning, and 3D modeling services. They had a client in need of help on a large construction project, which involved installing a new storage tank and piping system to optimize maintenance access to the tank. The project had a tight schedule during a critical plant shutdown period leaving no room for error. The delivery had to be accurate and efficient.

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Topics: Plant, Case Studies, Navisworks

AutoCAD Plant 3D: Connecting Piping to Equipment between Drawings

Posted by Brett Barkman on Jun 1, 2021 10:15:49 AM

Intro

On any given project, you may want to divide equipment and piping into separate drawings. While AutoCAD® Plant 3D allows connections between drawings, it is helpful to know the differences in the behavior of connections. When everything is combined, you can connect pipe to equipment or equipment to pipe using all of the controls provided. When pipe or equipment is moved, the connections are automatically maintained.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Plant