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AutoCAD MEP software provides a simplified process for the creation of construction documentation, by providing discipline specific engineering tools that automate both the production and organization of your project documentation. Every engineering firm, architectural firm, contractor, and building owner who uses AutoCAD ® -based software has their own specific method for saving drawings, storing projects, and creating construction documentation. Of the many pain points Autodesk has focused on addressing, creating construction documentation and drawing management are two of the most important to users. Traditional Methods Over the years the AEC industry has adopted many different processes to produce construction documentation including. With the many improvements to AutoCAD software over the years, the method that seems to outshine the rest in efficiency and accuracy is using a combination of xrefs, architectural base sheets, working drawings, and plot sheets. A typical project setup may look something like this. Originally designed for AutoCAD Architecture, the Project Navigator has been included with AutoCAD MEP since the 2005 version of the software. AutoCAD has a similar tool called the Sheet Set Manager. Open AutoCAD MEP and select Project Navigator. If a previous project does not exist, then the Project Browser appears automatically. In the bottom-left corner of the dialog box is an icon to start a new project. You can also create subcategories under the Constructs folder to organize your project.
Create a few new subcategories under constructs: Architectural, Electrical, Interiors, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Structural. The next step is to create a view drawing of the HVAC design. View drawings are DWG™ files that automatically reference the appropriate constructs according to their location within the building.
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