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AutoCAD MEP 2013 Beginner to Advanced Video Tutorial Course


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AutoCAD MEP 2013 Beginner to Advanced Training on DVD-ROM
Over 12 Hours of training by a Certified Autodesk Instructor
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CADLearning for AutoCAD MEP 2013 offers lessons for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers, designers and drafters that cover topics including: accurately creating and modifying 2D and 3D geometry that represent MEP engineering components, applying intelligent data to objects, and using 3D models to produce construction documents.

Our DVDs put the control in your hands. Use when wanted or needed to answer a question, and watch again and again as often as you need.

A full-featured DVD-ROM covering beginner to advanced concepts, and everything in between.

To take into account

This is a DVD Video Tutorial Course which is shipped to you. Work through the video tutorials at your own pace. If you have the software you can practice along with the instructor using the same exercise files as the instructor which are included on the DVD. The narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques helping you to work faster and smarter. All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely. The DVD works on PC and Mac. You can jump to and from lessons and work at your own pace.

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What you'll learn on the course

  • AutoCAD
  • Mechanics
  • Engineering
  • Plumbing
  • Geometry

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Distance Learning

This is a Distance Learning Course on DVD-ROM. The Instructors are all experts in their field and many have authored multiple training courses and books. This is a Distance Learning Course on DVD-ROM. The Instructors are all experts in their field and many have authored multiple training courses and books.

Course programme

Getting Started

Introduction to CADLearning for AutoCAD MEP 2013

Starting AutoCAD MEP

AutoCAD MEP Workspaces

Overview - The Project Browser

Overview - The Project Navigator

Project Navigator Overview - Project Tab

Project Navigator Overview - Constructs Tab

Project Navigator Overview - Views Tab and Sheets Tab

Project Navigator Overview - XRefs and Project Files

Project Navigator - Creating Categories

Project Navigator - Adding Client Drawings as Elements

Project Navigator - Creating Constructs

Project Navigator - Modifying Constructs

Project Navigator - Adding Backgrounds to Constructs

Project Navigator - Creating Views

Project Navigator - Creating Views - Sections and Elevations

Project Navigator - Creating Sheets and Adding Views to Sheets

Project Navigator - Repath the Project

Solution Tips

Using MEP Snaps

Using the MEP Compass

Understanding Display Configurations

Schematic Drawings

Overview - Schematic Drawings

Creating the Schematic View Drawing

Using Schematic Systems

Adding Schematic Lines

Adding Schematic Symbols

Controlling Schematic Content

Setting Line Styles and Priorities

Annotating the Schematic View

Spaces and RCPs

Overview - Spaces and RCPs

Generating Spaces

Understanding Space Properties and Engineering Data

Adding Zones

Export and Import Space Engineering Data

Setting Space Hatching

Modifying Spaces

Adding Ceiling Grids to Spaces

Adding Holes to a Ceiling Grid

Modeling an MEP System

Understanding How AutoCAD MEP Matches Design Process

Understanding MVParts and Connectors

Display a Ceiling Grid in an MEP Model

Adding HVAC Equipment

Adding Electrical Equipment and Panels

Adding Light Fixtures and Devices

Adding Piping Equipment

Adding Plumbing Fixtures

Editing MVParts

Using Anchors

Setting Duct Layout Preferences

Editing HVAC Drawing Settings

Setting HVAC System Definitions and Options

Adding Duct

Extra Tips for Duct Layout

Sizing Duct

Setting Pipe Layout Preferences

Setting Pipe Routing Preferences

Setting Piping System Definitions and Options

Adding Piping

Extra Tips for Pipe Layout

Global Replacement of Pipe and Duct Fittings

Setting Conduit Preferences

Setting Cable Tray Preferences

Using Electrical System Definitions and Options

Adding Conduit

Adding Cable Tray

Modifying Runs

Setting Display Control Options

Adding Labels

Setting Plumbing Lines Styles and System Definitions

Adding Plumbing Lines

Adding Fittings, Valves and Accessories

Adding Universal Connectors

Electrical Systems

Setting Electrical Preferences

Panels and the Electrical Project Database

Using the Circuit Manager

Defining Circuits

Circuiting Devices

Adding Wiring and Home Runs

Analyzing Systems

Checking Connections

Detecting Interferences

Processing Interferences

Reviewing Electrical Circuits and Power Totals

Creating and Exporting Circuit Reports


Creating an Enlarged 3D Floor Plan View

Creating an Enlarged 2D Floor Plan View

Creating an Elevation View

Creating a Section View

Creating a Detail View

Placing a Title Mark

Editing Section/Elevation Styles

Using Refresh, Regenerate and Batch Refresh Section Tools


Adding Tags

Adding Schedule Tables

Adding Schedule Table Groups

Adding Panel Schedules

Adding AutoCAD Annotations

Construction Documents

Creating Sheets

Adding Views

Editing Sheets

Managing Subsets and Sheet Templates

Adding a Drawing List

Publishing Project Drawings

Transmitting and Archiving Projects

Project Management

Creating a New Project

Understanding Basic Project Properties

Understanding Advanced Project Properties

Leveraging Project Drawing Templates

Creating Typical Project View Drawings

Creating Project Sheets and Titleblocks

Setting Project Template MEP Options

Organizing Sheet Set Subsets

Checking Project Standards

Style Manager

Understanding Object Types And Styles

Reviewing Style Manager Tabs and Tools

Understanding System Definitions

Leveraging Layer Key Styles

Reviewing Rise Drop Styles

Reviewing Part Group Definitions

Reviewing Part Routing Preferences

Defining Electrical Device Styles

Defining Symbol Categories

Defining Electrical Load Categories

Defining Wire Styles

Understanding Fixture Unit Tables

Understanding Pipe Sizing Tables

Understanding Property Set Definitions

Defining Property Set Definitions - Manual

Defining Property Set Definitions - Automatic

Defining Property Set Definitions - Formula

Defining Property Set Definitions - Location

Defining Property Set Definitions - Classifications

Defining Property Set Definitions - Project

Defining Property Set Definitions - Anchor

Defining Property Set Definitions - Graphics

Defining Property Set Definitions - List Definitions

Defining Property Data Format Styles

Sharing Styles With Other Drawings

Display System

Understanding the Display Manager

Defining Display Configurations and Sets

Defining Object Representations

Setting Style and System-Based Display Controls

Setting Object-Based Display Controls

Setting Layers Versus Layer Keys per Display Component

Defining 2D Section/Elevation Styles

Content Development

Reviewing the Catalog Libraries

Reviewing the Content Builder

Reviewing the Catalog Editor

Creating 3D Model and Plan Symbols for Block Based Parts

Defining Multi-View Parts from Blocks

Adding MEP Connectors to Multi-View Parts

Adding and Editing 2D Symbol Content by Workplane

Modifying Block-Based Parts

Creating a Custom Catalog

Modifying a Parametric Fitting - Creating the Part

Modifying a Parametric Fitting - Defining Parameters

Modifying a Parametric Fitting - Editing Parameters and Catalogs

Using the Parametric Part Wizard

Creating Custom Tags

Creating Custom Schedule Tables

Working with Inventor Fusion
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