Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Gluing models from AutoCAD, part of Learning BIM 360 Glue.
- AutoCAD basically gets glued the same way Revit does.…What I want to do is we're going to start with…our add-ins, right, so I'm going to be in AutoCAD 2016.…A few enablers are set, so this is going to give you…the add-ins A60 and BIN 360.…Let's get started by opening up a drawing.…On the quick access toolbar I'm going to…click the Open button.…I'm going to browse to where I'm keeping my files…and I'm going to grab the Sprinkler drawing in AutoCAD.…You can grab any AutoCAD drawing that you'd like.…
If you're following along, just grab the Sprinkler drawing…in the Chapter three folder.…I'm going to click Open.…Once it's open I'm going to pan it into view.…Remember, AutoCAD's a little slower than Revit,…so give it a second.…Now notice we have a few different tabs here.…If we go to the Add-ins tab, we can't find it.…If we go to A360, we can't find it.…If we go to BIN 360, a-ha, there it is.…
There's a different button in here called Attach.…I'm going to click that to show you what that is.…So on the Coordination panel I'm going to click Attach.…
- Breaking down the BIM 360 modules
- Creating projects
- Inviting members to a project
- Gluing models
- Merging and aligning models
- Creating views
- Adding links and markups
- Finding and resolving clashes
- Using the BIM 360 Glue mobile app
Skill Level Beginner
AutoCAD 2016 Essential Trainingwith Scott Onstott8h 46m Beginner
1. What Is Glue?
2. Project Administration
3. Gluing Models
4. Managing Models
5. Model Navigation
6. Clashing Models
7. Mobile 360 Glue
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