Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the projects page, part of Up and Running with BIM 360 Glue.
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- In BIM 360 Glue the very first thing you need to do…before you do anything else is set up a project.…You need to have a project set up before you can…start gluing models from other Autodesk applications.…So what does having the project do for us?…Well, the first thing,…it gives you a space for glued models.…Glued models is really just another term for…exported models from either Revit,…Navisworks, or AutoCAD.…These glued models are then collected in the project.…Then you have an opportunity to combine them,…or merge them, into one merged model.…
In that merged model, of course,…you can perform clash detection,…set up views, cut sections,…and take notes.…It allows you to invite and manage team members…and the member's administrative rights.…There are certain levels certain members are going to have…in terms of what they can do in a model…or what they cannot do.…It allows you to view project status.…This lets you know if there is any activity…between team members,…if anyone has uploded any models,…you can view it right here in the project.…
- 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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