Autodesk is the leading cross discipline and industry software company covering a wide range from architecture to visualization including plant design. We released the AutoCAD P&ID a few years back, and now we have released our AutoCAD Plant 3D. I am of course referring to process plants such as oil, gas, power, food processing, and chemical plants, not plants in the sense of a garden. Those that know me may know I come from a piping and process equipment background and have designed many pressure vessels, heat exchangers, and routed piping in my days so AutoCAD Plant 3D is an exiting milestone to me. They also had the coolest tee-shirts given away at Autodesk University 2008.
Congratulations to Mark, Keshav, Peter, Ursula, Abel,Jeffrey,Damian, AJ, Partha, Katy, Bryan, and the many others who made this AutoCAD Plant 3D product a reality.
From the press release: “Built on the familiar AutoCAD platform, AutoCAD Plant 3D features specification-driven design and standard parts catalogs to help streamline the placement of piping, equipment, and support structures. Also included in the product is integrated AutoCAD P&ID functionality and quick generation of isometric and orthographic drawings. The new product joins AutoCAD, AutoCAD P&ID, and Autodesk Navisworks software products in a line-up of Autodesk products built specifically for the plant design and engineering industry. “
- New Product Brings Modern 3D Modeling to Mainstream Plant Design and Engineering Projects
- AutoCAD Plant 3D Blog Announcement : AutoCAD Plant 3D 2010 Released!
Find Out More About AutoCAD Plant 3D:
- Explore AutoCAD Plant 3D Features
- Get a Free 30-day Trial
- AutoCAD Exchange Plant Group
- AutoCAD Plant 3D Blog
- On Twitter @Ursula_by_day & @Autodesk_Plant