Design Flow Custom Data You can edit properties that are available for editing unlocked and not grayed out on the dialog and those changes are saved to the part database. For example, you can set Materials, Quantities, and Specifications using this dialog. The Item Properties dialog displays data for items that exist are placed in a drawing, as well as catalog items. The properties that display when multiple items are selected can be customized using the Multiple Item Properties feature. For more information, see Customize Multiple Item Properties.
The CADmep toolbar contains the primary editing and item manipulation tools for CADmep. For information on how to use the toolbar, such as initiating commands, docking, moving, and displaying the individual flyout menus, see Using the CADmep Toolbar. For information on how to use the commands available on the toolbar, see each of the topics in this section. The Item Properties dialog displays a variety of settings associated with an item. The dialog is organized into a variety of tabs. The tabs that display depend on the options that have been configured, as well as the Fabrication product that is being used to display the item properties. Using Fabrication Profiles for each project is a great way to maintain the Fabrication database without the need for project-specific groups within the database. Utilizing Profiles will help maintain a clean database to eliminate temporary database entries. If you plan to use Fabrication Parts in Revit software, this is a must-see.
It is typically used by detailers to create "fabrication intent" models of piping, plumbing, and or duct work systems. CADmep includes the following features: Added manufacturer content and patterns: Select from thousands of added imperial content items and pattern templates. Controlled renumbering: Use the Renumbering tool to exclude specific parameters, such as pallet number or order number, to assign identical item numbers to similar items.