I am on a closed network and I want to have a good CAD standard. My drawings are mostly architectural so I was thinking AIA. I tried to see what they use and I get varied info back.
Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
I have checked out the CAD Standard tab and realize that it would a great tool..but I need a standard first.
I'm not familiar with AIA standards, but as it sounds like you're developing standards from scratch - you might want to check out the NPS cad standards. While maybe a bit overboard for some uses, but they are very well documented and freely available:http://cadd.den.nps.gov/standards.html
If you upgrade to AutoCAD Architecture, AIA standards are built into the program for layering, dimensioning, and annotation. The AIA plot styles are available for download from autodesk.com.
The PBS CAD Standards set mandatory procedures for architects/ engineers (A/E's) to follow for the creation and delivery of all CAD drawings to GSA.
It is important to note that the Standards require that A/E's must use the United States National CAD Standard® (NCS).
It is the A/E’s responsibility to obtain a copy of the NCS. GSA regions and other programs may have further requirements.
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