Fabrication CAMduct uses manufacturer-specific content to create more accurate detailed models, generate better estimates, and help drive MEP fabrication.
Use manufacturer-specific content to generate better estimates
Create more accurate detailed models for installation
Produce sheet metal for fabrication
Create fabrication-ready models Create high LOD models of piping, plumbing, or ductwork systems in AutoCAD using CADmep. Your content libraries used in CADmep, ESTmep, and CAMduct may also be used in Revit to support a multi-discipline workflow. Available stand-alone or in the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection.
Shared data for better project outcomes Connect MEP workflows with shared libraries of manufacturer-specific content and project data. Break down team silos and reduce project risk by carrying data used for estimating and detailing through to CAM for manufacturing with no translation.
Comprehensive toolset Mechanical contractors can use a shared set of tools for content creation, optimizing CAD and BIM data.
Shared content libraries, databases Use a common library of data in ESTmep, CADmep, and CAMduct for a streamlined workflow with minimal data loss.
Transparent reporting Use reports to generate tabular output of project details, providing a transparent view into project data at all stages.
Sheet metal component library Use the vast spec-driven parametric component database.
Sheet metal and linear nesting Advanced nesting improves material use.
NC writing and machine support Built-in and custom post processors help speed production. You may need to purchase a post processor from a third party.
Advanced job costing tools Gain a better understanding of job costs.
Automatic nesting Arrange flat patterns to be cut from a piece of sheet material using “best fit” options for full efficiency and less waste.
Reporting and labeling Create nesting reports about material usage and efficiencies. Print labels for parts and fabricated items.
Collaboration and coordination Collaborate with others using the unique cross-discipline, multi-user environment of Revit.
Design to fabrication Convert your model with Revit LOD 300 design elements to a detailed model with LOD 400 MEP fabrication parts.
Revit to estimation/fabrication Use the Revit fabrication detail model with ESTmep and CAMduct for better connected workflows downstream.
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