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AutoCAD Plant 3D: How To Customize The Line Number To Match A Client Standard

By on January 30, 2014 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, Autodesk, News, Your Plant Buddy with 8 Comments
AutoCAD Plant 3D: How To Customize The Line Number To Match A Client Standard

Brian Lister Greetings Readers, and welcome to another edition of Your Plant Buddy. Today’s blogger is Brian Lister. Brian is a Technical Account Manager with Autodesk and has been working at Autodesk since March 2012. Brian’s focus is in the Oil & Gas industry with many of his clients specializing in this field. Based out […]

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Efficient Xref Management for AutoCAD Plant 3D

By on January 13, 2014 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, Autodesk, Featured, News, Your Plant Buddy with 2 Comments
Efficient Xref Management for AutoCAD Plant 3D

Jarrod Mudford A successful 3D Model in AutoCAD Plant 3D relies on many efficient foundations. One of these foundations is Xref Management within your project. There is countless number of times that I come across projects that have a poorly managed xref system and the consequences from such a system can cause delays in your […]

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AutoCAD Plant 3D: Editing Default Descriptions in Spec Editor

By on December 3, 2013 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, News, Your Plant Buddy with 1 Comment
AutoCAD Plant 3D: Editing Default Descriptions in Spec Editor

Hello readers! Today’s Blog, Face Plant with Ken, is here! How many of you edit the component catalogs so you can have the proper component descriptions? Well with the AutoCAD Plant 3D Spec Editor that is no longer necessary. You can create description styles that will globally update the component description inside your piping specification. […]

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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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