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Hello everybody, I would like to inform you that in July 2019 a new concept CAD called DMoving was born. DMoving contains over 200,000 ready-made designs inside, while a burgeoning community of designers will continually enter new elements into the system. The designs will grow in number, complexity and quality with each new release of the application. An internal search engine allows to identify in a few seconds the "dynamic drawing" that comes closest to the need of the moment. Each "dynamic drawing" "moves" as if it were an integral part of a "cartoon made up of technical drawings". Special graphic elements, called sliders, allow the design to be adapted to the needs of the moment. Attention, the sliders are not simple grips, they are associated with pre-established rules, imposed by the designer who entered the drawings in the system. For example, if the slider acts on the width of a brick arch, the system will enter the number of bricks necessary to cover the width of the arch in the drawing, at the following link it is possible to see an example. https://dmoving.eu/libraries/ DMoving has a very low cost, which is why it is normally used alongside CAD or BIM already in use. We are firmly convinced that a conspicuous basis of ready-made and quickly reachable "dynamic drawings" makes the drawing process faster and helps in the design choices. Whoever uses advanced design processes such as BIM, will be able to divide the life of the project into two phases: 1 DMoving + CAD 2 BIM The DMoving + CAD phase avoids starting from the "white sheet", produces drawings in a very short time and has the purpose of making very quickly the preliminary project presentation. Once the project has started, it will be possible to switch to BIM for all the in-depth analysis of the case. We are currently strongly committed to two fronts, introduce DMoving and to expand the community of designers who can put quality content into our system. If you have specific knowledge in a specific project area and have the desire to work with us, do not hesitate to contact us. In this case we could calculate a DMoving Professional license for free. I also kindly ask you, if you have the opportunity, to spread the message. Our site is www.dmoving.eu At the link below you can download a free first version of the program https://dmoving.eu/download-request-en/ For each question, such as how we interact with AutoCAD or other CAD, or how the application generally works, please contact us. I cordially greet you and thank you very much for your attention.
I just typed this whole thing up and my explorer crashed….. Here it goes, short version this time. First off, I would like to thank everyone on here for sharring information and providing help to those in need, it really does make a difference, so thank you. I work for a small drafting company and wespecialize in BIM coordination. I amusing MEP 2012 and love it for coordination with other trades. Most of my work is electrical. One of the companies we work for is going tostart a Pre-Fab division and wants us to create all of their Pre-Fab drawingsafter the work is coordinated. Last weekwe went to a meeting on TSI’s CADElect/CADPipe, and almost everything theprogram has to offer can be done in MEP. I prefer the level of customization available with MEP vs theCADElect. However, the one thing thatdid stand out was the couplings in CADElect. You can select a cut length for a conduit in both programs, but in MEPit will simply divide a conduit up into the specified length and in CADElect itwill place a coupling between them. Isthere a way to get these couplings to be automatically added in MEP? I searched the Google Machine and came upempty handed. Any input on this matteris greatly appreciated. I don’t want toleave the MEP, but I might have to….