Now that you have created a spec and added a few items to a catalog, it's time to test them out in a 3D model.
- [Narrator] Now that we've created our new catalog parts…and our new spec, let's test them out in a piping model.…If you don't have plant installed, just follow along…with the video to see how it will work.…And if you do have plant installed,…let's open it up and see how we did.…Now, we're going to open the project spec test…and for you, you can find that by going…to drop down menu, open, desktop, exercise files,…0307, spectest, and selecting the project XML.…
And that will take you to this location.…And then once you're open, come down…to your plant 3D drawings and open the piping model.…So, if we check down here in our piping specs…we should see the linked in CS150 that we've created…through the duration of the course here…and that should be available for us to use in this project.…Okay, so now for the moment of truth.…So, I have the LI CS 150 spec already loaded in here…and you can see at the tool pallet--…You can see all the components that we added.…
It's a very small spec.…We only have a few components but it's enough…
- Using part filters
- Modifying parts
- Adding new parts to a catalog
- Using the Spec Editor
- Creating a new spec
- Adding components to a spec
- Editing parts
- Using Part Use Priority
- Editing specs in Excel
- Setting up and modifying a branch table
- Testing components and branch tables
Skill Level Beginner
AutoCAD P&ID Essential Training: Administratorwith Irene Radcliffe3h 35m Intermediate
AutoCAD P&ID Essential Training: Userwith Irene Radcliffe3h 36m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
4. Branch Tables
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