AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

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Raking Drawings to create BOM

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06-07-2004 07:25 AM
I'm a new user to AutoCad and currently have LT 2004. I will be upgrading to AutoCad 2005 and have a couple questions. First, I hear about "raking" drawings such as, utility or communication drawings to determine lengths, type, and numbers of, say, 4" PVC conduit. Where do I find this and what is this capability called? Is it an add on utility for AutoCad or does it automatically come with the full blown version? Thanks for any help and advise!
*Joshua Verdin
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Re: Raking Drawings to create BOM

06-07-2004 07:31 AM in reply to: allenrs16
Greetings, I think your loking for building systems. Building Systems is a software that runs on top of ADT. It can create pipe schedules and the such with that software. Joshua Verdin Applications Engineer MasterGraphics, Inc. www.masterg.com "allenrs16" wrote in message news:8740250.1086618358691.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I'm a new user to AutoCad and currently have LT 2004. I will be upgrading to AutoCad 2005 and have a couple questions. First, I hear about "raking" drawings such as, utility or communication drawings to determine lengths, type, and numbers of, say, 4" PVC conduit. Where do I find this and what is this capability called? Is it an add on utility for AutoCad or does it automatically come with the full blown version? Thanks for any help and advise!
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