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  1. We are a plumbing and HVAC contractor looking for a 3D piping package for coordination drawings and prefabrication in the future. We do not do sheetmetal. I have heard that Revit MEP is overkill for what we are doing but on the otherhand also heard its the future. We are leaning twords AutoCad MEP but have been told that the librarys are not as up to date as a product like CadPipe or TSI which i believe are add ons?? Both CAD operators are very comfortable with AutoCad. It seems that alot of companies have revit models available for their equipment. If we went with a package other then Revit are these useless or can they also be imported into AutoCad MEP? Thanks in advance for he feedback.This forum has been a huge help to me.
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    Hello, I apologize if I've posted this in the wrong area of the forums. The company I work for uses AutoCAD 2010 with the TSI product CAD Duct; the project manager for on one of the jobs I designed has asked for a Bill of Materials. I know CAD Duct can generate a bill of materials, but the only person in the company who knew how to do it spoke poor english and gave us a 15 minute lesson before he quit 8 months ago. If anyone can lend me a hand in this I'd greatly appreciate it.
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