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AutoCAD Plant 3D: What is a Good Model Size?

AutoCAD Plant 3D: What is a Good Model Size?

Good day readers! Thanks for coming to our blog regarding the use of AutoCAD’s Plant 3D Tools. Today’s topic will be model sizes! What is a good model size? Well there are plenty of factors that can affect your models beyond size, such as custom parts, inserted parts from programs like Autodesk Inventor and other […]

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Announcing Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2012!!

By on August 31, 2011 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, Autodesk, Featured, Plant Software with 0 Comments
Announcing Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2012!!

  Why yes that is our beloved Project X on the cover. Suite! So, rather than post all the amazing features and benefits of Autodesk’s 2012 release of the soon to be industry leading Plant Design Suite. I decided to create a short video about it. You can find all of the answers to your […]

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But That’s the Way We’ve Always Done It!

By on June 7, 2011 in Editorial, Featured with 11 Comments
But That’s the Way We’ve Always Done It!

These are words I despise. They are like, the Hitler of excuses…and I want to punch them in the face. Technology is constantly changing, progressing, advancing. As a result, Piping Design tools and technology are becoming far more advanced. From software to hardware, everyone is looking for the edge, right? I mean, we have software […]

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Intergraph Moscow Leaves Back Door Open, All SP3D Training Manuals Are Available For Download

By on June 3, 2011 in Featured, News, Plant Software, Smartplant with 4 Comments
Intergraph Moscow Leaves Back Door Open, All SP3D Training Manuals Are Available For Download

Expert Smartplant 3D user and forum member “tim” discovered yesterday that every single SP3D 2009.1 Training Manual is now available for download via Intergraph Moscow’s ftp. You can see the post here: SEE ORIGINAL POST HERE I am guessing that Intergraph will be locking the door, soon.

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PDS to Smartplant – Are They Fully Compatible?

By on May 28, 2011 in Featured, Smartplant with 2 Comments
PDS to Smartplant – Are They Fully Compatible?

Irene asks this great question and gets many great responses. Click the link below and post your own thoughts! PDS to Smartplant – Are They Fully Compatible? Thanks!

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Project X featured on CNBC

Project X featured on CNBC

Our Project X video was featured on CNBC recently. The piece was titled: “The New Industrial Revolution – Building Better, Cheaper, and Faster” and featured a number of visualization videos. The story was telling how BIM (Building Information Modeling) is helping architects become more efficient by using “intelligent” design systems like Autodesks Revit. I have […]

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Setting up Toolbars in Workspaces for AutoCAD Plant 3D by Ryan Chiasson

By on May 9, 2011 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, Autodesk, Featured, Tutorial with 6 Comments
Setting up Toolbars in Workspaces for AutoCAD Plant 3D by Ryan Chiasson

Veteran Krusty Krew member, Ryan Chiasson, guides us through the time saving steps of setting up your toolbars for vanilla AutoCAD or AutoCAD Plant 3D. Huge thanks to Ryan for taking the time out of his busy schedule to set this tutorial up for us. Thanks, dude! AutoCAD Plant 3D is used in this “How […]

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How To: Show Existing Steel On Isometric by Ken Fauver

By on March 1, 2011 in Featured, Tutorial with 3 Comments
How To: Show Existing Steel On Isometric by Ken Fauver

What’s that? You say you’re having trouble getting that pesky existing steel to show up on ISOGEN isometrics?? You’re not alone! Luckily we have Ken Fauver to explain the method he uses to show existing steel on the ISOGEN isometric. Big thanks to Ken who took the time to put this document together and then […]

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How to Turbo Charge AutoCAD Plant 3D! by Jason Drew

How to Turbo Charge AutoCAD Plant 3D! by Jason Drew

This article explains how to configure a RAM disk for use with AutoCAD Plant 3D. The purpose of the RAM disk is faster access rates for project and catalog/spec data. Plant 3D reads the project database and catalogs often as you’re  working on models, so loading them into memory increases the performance in general (hard […]

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Krusty Krew Member Profile – Brad Bennett

By on February 22, 2011 in Featured, Profiles, The Krew with 7 Comments
Krusty Krew Member Profile – Brad Bennett

Name: Brad Bennett Location: Madisonville, TN Forum Handle: Yo-mama Training / Back-story: Some may say I was predisposed to a lengthy and rewarding life in engineering due to my dad. He is a long time PDS piper and was one of the first in the Southeast to get trained in it. I can remember visiting […]

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