Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening and viewing glued models, part of Up and Running with BIM 360 Glue.
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- So it's time to actually look at a model…and check out some properties.…Now that we have some Glued models,…I'm going to jump around to…the two different projects we have,…and check some stuff out.…So I'm going to sign in to BIM 360 Glue.…And I'm going to click Sign In.…And the first project I want to look at is Lynda.Com.…So let's click on Lynda.Com.…Now let's check out some Models.…I'm going to click on More on the bottom here,…and I'm going to click on Architectural.…
It's loading Architectural.…There it is.…Basically this is our 3D viewer.…Notice we have a 2D View, and we have a 3D View.…Off to the left we have a Modules panel.…Off to the right we have the Navigation panel.…And we have the ViewCube.…Up top, we kind of have a Window Explorer breakdown…of where we're actually at.…
We can refresh the model if any updates happen…while we're still in it,…or we can climb back out to Lynda.Com.…When we hover over Lynda.Com,…notice that we can choose between…the different projects we have.…I just want to click Lynda.Com…
- 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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