AutoCAD Plant 3D

Chapter 1: Introduction to AutoCAD Plant 3D

  • Working in a Project
  • About Projects
  • Project Components
  • About the Project Manager
  • Opening a Drawing
  • Exploring the User Interface
  • Task Specific Workspaces
  • Task Specific Ribbons
  • The Welcome Screen
  • Tool Palettes
  • On-Screen Tools

Chapter 2: AutoCAD P&ID

  • Creating a New Drawing
  • Creating Project Folders and Sub-Folders
  • Creating a New Drawing
  • Adding Existing Drawings to the Project
  • Equipment and Nozzles
  • Adding Equipment
  • Adding Nozzles
  • Piping
  • Attaching Lines to a Component
  • Annotating Lines
  • Grouping Lines
  • Inserting Valves
  • Editing Techniques
  • Instruments
  • Adding General Instruments
  • Adding Inline Instruments
  • Instrumentation Lines
  • Off-Page Connectors
  • Validating
  • Data Manager and Reports
  • Description of the Data Manager
  • Generating Reports Using Report Creator

Chapter 3: AutoCAD plant 3D

  • Creating Project
  • Steel Modeling
  • Structure Tools
  • Part Modification
  • Configure the Settings
  • Equipment Modeling
  • Creating Equipment
  • About Nozzles
  • Piping Basics
  • Routing Pipe
  • Modifying Pipe
  • Pipe Support
  • Piping Editing and Advanced Topics
  • Working with P&ID Data in Plant 3D
  • Orthographic views
  • General Layout
  • Editing Views
  • Adjacent Views
  • Annotations and Dimensions
  • Isometric Drawings
  • Iso Annotations
  • Production ISO

What you’ll learn

  • Basic viewing, drawing, and editing commands.
  • Create, open and add drawings using the Project Manager
  • Add and control of the project using Project Setup
  • Create and modify P&ID’s
  • Annotation and Tagging
  • Creating Structural Model [Grids, Footing, Members, Platforms, Ladder, Stair and Railing]
  • Create, place, and modify the equipment in a 3D model
  • Adding and modifying nozzles in a 3D model
  • Routing pipe in the 3D model
  • Adding pipe support in a 3D model
  • Create, view, and edit a spec
  • Add parts to a spec sheet from a catalog.
  • Working on a Catalog Builder to create your own piping components.
  • Control and specify how annotations, dimensions, symbol scale can be displayed in your Iso drawings.
  • Define the title block for each isometric style
  • Create production iso from line number or multiple including BOM, Weld and Cut Piece tables.