The CSI-48 catalog is the newer catalog with more than twice as many categories from the Construction Specifiers Institute. This video will instruct you on how to set up a takeoff using this method.
- [Voiceover] In this video, I'd like to focus on…the CSI 48 catalog format.…It's exactly the same as the CSI 16…only instead of 16 categories, we have 48,…which is the more current catalog that we would use…for a normal takeoff.…Let's get started by jumping in to Navisworks.…You can either be in Manage or Simulate.…On the Quick Access toolbar,…I'm going to click on Open.…I'm going to browse to where I'm keeping my model.…I'm going to grab my Navisworks quantity NWD…and I've said, you can grab any model that…you may be working on.…
I'm going to click Open.…On the Home tab,…let's go to the tools panel…and click on the Quantification button right here.…Let's click on Project Setup.…We'll remind ourselves later.…Let's grab CSI 48.…Let's click Next.…I'm going to go Imperial Units…and I'm going to click Next.…For my model volume,…I'm going to change this to Cubic Yards.…
I'm going to click Next.…I'm going to click Finish.…Here we are, broken down to our WBS.…We'll see we have all the 48 different categories.…I'm going to go to my sheet browser and close that out.…
- Understanding the Quantification dialog
- Using the catalogs
- Importing or creating a custom catalog
- Adding resources and viewports
- Showing and hiding takeoffs
- Selecting objects
- Grouping objects
- Taking off elements from a DWF
- Performing a 2D takeoff
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Project Creation
Using the wizard4m 20s
4. Object Selection
5. DWF Takeoff
6. 2D Takeoff
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