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Sengna

could you please recommend me some basic tutorial to learn how to use Auto Plant 3D?  I never heard of this? is this the same as AutoCAD but drawing 3D?  greatly appreciated.

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Cad64
50 minutes ago, Sengna said:

I never heard of this? is this the same as AutoCAD but drawing 3D?

 

No, it's a specific program for process plant facility design. There are lots of videos on Youtube if you want to find out more about it.

You can also find out more here: https://www.autodesk.com/products/autocad/included-toolsets/autocad-plant-3d

 

If you want to do 3D work in Autocad, you don't need any additional programs. The tools are already there in the program.

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Sengna

hi CAD 64,

thank you for the link above, I will look into it,   I am using autocad 2018 full blown, how do I open in 3D model?  you mentioned it is already in there. thanks

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Autocad has a Z dimension that is vertical with relation to the traditional 2d coordinate system (X, Y).

There are multiple ways of modeling objects in 3D in Autocad.

 

Check out the tutorials section of the website and scroll down to "3D Basics".

 

That should get you pointed in the right direction. 

 

There are tons of Autocad 3D modeling videos and walkthroughs online also.

 

-ChriS

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Sengna
5 hours ago, ammobake said:

Autocad has a Z dimension that is vertical with relation to the traditional 2d coordinate system (X, Y).

There are multiple ways of modeling objects in 3D in Autocad.

 

Check out the tutorials section of the website and scroll down to "3D Basics".

 

That should get you pointed in the right direction. 

 

There are tons of Autocad 3D modeling videos and walkthroughs online also.

 

-ChriS

which website are you referring to?

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