For Isometrics in Plant3D, you’ll want to lock them so that they start from one point all the time, check out how to do it in the video below
There’ll come a time when you need to add some Location Points to your Isometrics in Plant3D, and this is how you do that.
The third video for this week about Plant3D Isometrics talks about Floor and Insulation Symbols
Let’s have a look at adding Reference Dimensions to our Plant3D Isometrics
This week its all about Plant3D Isometrics. Lets look at how to put in manual breaks so you can issue neat Iso’s to the fabricators
FormIt doesn’t have a UCS as such, but it does give you the ability to manipulate the Axes to a direction you need
So I’m not a massive fan of messing about with the UCS in Plant3D, so check out the video on other ways to spin the connections around, and why I’m not a fan
The UCS is important in Advance Steel modelling, so lets have a quick intro to it
Let’s have an intro to the UCS and AutoCAD. What does it do, how does it get used in day to day modelling?
Let’s tidy up our model and import it to Revit