Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Measuring, part of Learning BIM 360 Glue Classic.
- Similar to the PC styles of measuring,…we can take measurements in the mobile app as well.…It's not as easy, but it's just as good.…The objective of this video is to open our model up,…zoom to a few areas, and check out the measurements.…Let's open up our lynda combined model.…I'm going to zoom in back on those windows…because they're kind of familiar.…I want to take some measurements…on maybe this window right here.…Let's remember we can zoom in with our finger gestures.…
I'm going to pick on this little guy.…Now, the last tool on the list is the measure tool.…Measures distance between objects, that makes sense.…So let's click on the measure tool.…We have two different types of measurements.…There's point to point, and there's distance between.…So what I'm going to do is I'm going to zoom in here,…and I'm going to take this measurement.…Now, we're point to point, so make sure that little line…with the two balls on the end of it is blue.…I'm going to click a point right on the end point of here.…
Notice that I get a little magnifying glass that shows up.…
- 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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