CADDManager on September 14th, 2009

When creating a deployment image for 2010…  here is what is presented related to the licensing scheme. I am having conversations with Autodesk about my vision of how a license should work and what I want and this was offered at the time of deployment. They have two versions of licensing – Redundant and Distributed […]

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CADDManager on September 11th, 2009

Sorted by Discipline: Architectural: None – there is no text (in general) that I feel would be design text Civil: Contours Surface Item Callouts Pipe Sizes and Commodities Reference text used by other disciplines Building Names Stationing Street names Spot elevations Structural: Member Sizes Design Callouts Column Sizes Electrical: Fixture Numbers Circuit Numbers Room Names […]

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CADDManager on September 9th, 2009

Some of these types of charts might be good to include in your standard.

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CADDManager on September 7th, 2009

Text comes in many flavors. It is not all the same. You use the same tools to create text, but there are different reasons you use text. Some of it is static, some dynamic, some auto updates and others that are filled in as you place them. There is static text – using the DTEXT […]

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CADDManager on September 2nd, 2009

Here is some possible info you may want to add to your CAD Standard on text issues: The Standard Text size shall be 3/32”. All text shall be UPPERCASE. G-ANNO is the general layer for all text. The color shall be 7. All text shall use the font “ROMANS” or “ROMAND” where a bold font […]

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