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When working on medium to large buildings, how are you managing your program requirements? How are you checking intended design area? In what way do you capture the number of a specific type of element needed in a specific space? This session will demonstrate one option for managing these key factors, using tools you may already have at your fingertips. Spreadsheet Link and Room Family Manager can be powerful assets when establishing building programs.
- How to establish a repeatable workflow
- Generation of reusable Excel® templates
- Execute object import and data export functions
- Validate program compliance on demand
Pipe Networks are often clumsy to work with, requiring tedious editing of parts one by one. With the new Pipe Designer and Parts Swapper from CTC working with Pipe Networks is just how it should be. Learn to design in a dynamic excel-like interface, interpolating slopes along pipe runs, forcing minimum pipe cover, and applying rules to parts in a single click. Swapping parts, including maintaining size while switching part type is now a breeze with Parts Swapper.
- Design pipe networks faster in a dynamic excel like interface
- Interpolate pipe slopes from a between parts to calculate slope
- Set a min cover across entire pipe runs in a single click
- Swap entire pipe networks while maintaining part size, but switching part family
The process of cleaning and repairing a Revit® family library can be very time consuming. Manually opening the family files and checking them for standards compliance can take months. Changing a standard can be painful if only core Revit workflows are used. This webinar will discuss workflows to leverage tools in the CTC BIM Manager Suite™ to streamline this tedious library maintenance. You probably have better things to do with your time than to manually open and repair families. Let us show you how this can be done quickly and efficiently!
- Planning for quality family standards
- Establishing consistent shared parameter standards
- Automating family content correction
- Repairing schedule fields automatically
Planning self-performed concrete pour sequencing can be a pain in the Revit®modeling environment. The creation of object properties, filters and view templates can be very time consuming. Further, updating and maintenance of these properties, filters and templates can eat up valuable time in the field-planning phases. Instead of manually working through these tasks, attend this webinar to see how Fab Sheets from CTC Software can help automate large portions of this process.
- Establishing view templates for pour sequencing
- Configuring Fab Sheets for best performance in sequence creation
- Experience simplified pour sequenced element selection
- Generate views and sheets easily and repeatably
Auto Grader is a game changer in Civil 3D site grading. Through dynamically linked feature line sets, users can create grading families for parking lots, ponds, subdivisions, and more. The latest release features a “template based” grading method, allowing automatic insertion of a user-defined set of feature lines, such as a building pad, along defined baselines, such as a roadway. Other enhancements include more detailed surface targeting, automatic surface boundaries, better family preview controls, and other user-friendly features.
- Learn to use the new "template based" grading family to insert user-defined grading designs.
- Benefit from automated surface boundaries, saving time with surface cleanup.
- Learn about the improved grading family previewer with user controls.
- Hear about a myriad of other improvements and enhancements to Auto Grader.
So the new HIVE™ CMS is in use and you want to know how to best maintain your content in the libraries. We will walk through the best practices and workflows for organizing your libraries, creating saved searches and updating families as they change on your network. In this live webinar, you can ask questions of the presenter and get real-time answers to ensure you are administering your HIVE libraries in the most efficient way.
- Learn strategies for HIVE library configuration
- Understand tag creation and assignments
- Obtain and use full library content reports
- Update content already in HIVE easily
Pipe Network labeling can be a tedious task. We often need different label styles depending on the part type. When you have 75+ parts in a drawing, that becomes a large task. With Label Genie from the CIM Project Suite, users can define label style mappings based on their parts list. When and entire network is to be labeled, each part and size will received the appropriate label.
- Define detailed label style mapping based on parts lists
- Automatically insert unique labels for different types of parts
- Label multiple drawings and labels at once
- When Pipe Network labels fall short, automatically insert Mtext or Mleaders on pipes and structures
Label Genie, with it’s recent debut, changed how we do Civil 3D sheet annotation. Allowing automated insertion of labels across multiple drawings and layouts at once, Label Genie turns hours of work into minutes. The latest release will feature labeling in Profile and Section Views, and add many new label types, such as dimensions, blocks, pipe and pressure networks. Additional anchor objects will be included and new data sources will be available, such as block attributes, property sets, objects data, and more.
- Automate labeling in Profile and Section Views
- Benefit from even more label types and anchor objects than before
- Add more data sources to your labels, including overriding of civil label contents
- Enjoy a new modeless window, allowing Label Genie to remain open while you work
Revit® project model maintenance can be disruptive to project teams. Also, this maintenance can be very time consuming to manually do on a regular basis. Instead of manually tracking issues and manually fixing common problems, CTC proposes that your team leverage tools to help automate the model maintenance cycle. In part 1 of this multi-part series, we will demonstrate how you can capture current standards deviations and begin to plan for the repair process.
- Establishing baseline standards in your modeling environment
- Capturing active model data
- Comparing model data to corporate standards
- Planning for future model repairs