AutoCAD MEP General Discussion

AutoCAD MEP General Discussion

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does anyone use CAD-MEP from TSI within Autocad MEP?

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11-01-2011 01:35 PM

I am still on the fence as to using Revit or AutocadMEP.  One thing we would like is more accurate duct drawings and I have been told that TSI software works with AutocadMEP to produce usable shop drawings.  Does anyone have any experience with using this program, either within or outside of AutocadMEP?

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Re: does anyone use CAD-MEP from TSI within Autocad MEP?

11-04-2011 03:12 AM in reply to: jjcrocco


I don’t have much information on CAD-MEP. The only information I know is that CAD-MEP is a 3rd-party Autodesk® add-on software program that provides the “I” in BIM (Building Information Modeling). CAD-MEP offers intelligent 3D-Design to Mechanical (Ductwork and Piping), Electrical, and Plumbing Engineers and Design/ Build Contractors.


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Regarding Autodesk® Revit® MEP software is the building information modeling (BIM) solution for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers, providing purpose-built tools for building systems design and analysis. The software’s built-in analysis capabilities helps users create more sustainable designs and share designs using a wide variety of partner applications, resulting in optimal building performance and efficiency


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Regarding AutoCAD MEP software is the version of AutoCAD for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) designers and drafters. AutoCAD® MEP software automates drafting tasks, helping to enhance productivity, improve accuracy, and enable smooth integrations of discipline-specific design and documentation tools.


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