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Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 8:33:55 PM | Setting up Views with proper pen weights and color for individual disciplines

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After I have all the consultants provide their updated information in the central model, we now want to create specific views for STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, and PLUMBING AND SPRINKLER to then create our sheets. My question is How do we set the views to properly show pen weights, grayed out components, emphasize the respective discipline and readable at the respective scale set up in each view.

Can anyone recommend a procedure? 

 

I am I correct in saying that once we establish all parameters and settings that this can be used / saved as a company template so the same information does not have to be customized again. So what command do I use to save the template?


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Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 9:39:43 PM | Setting up Views with proper pen weights and color for individual disciplines

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You really should not have all of your disciplines in one model.


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Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 9:56:13 PM | Setting up Views with proper pen weights and color for individual disciplines

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Who said that they are? Each discipline is LINKED back into the Main Arch Model we have control over weither using overlays OR worksets.

 

So what is used in specific situations. When are worksets used and when are overlays used to bets manage large projects with many disciplines and assemblign sheets as I had described above

Worksets or Overlays with individual disciplines linked back to arch main model?

Worksets with separate consultants in separate offices or overlays in separate offices? 

 

Also my original question remains unanswered.My question is How do we set the views to properly show pen weights, grayed out components, emphasize the respective discipline and readable at the respective scale set up in each view.

Can anyone recommend a procedure? 


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Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 12:33:36 PM | Setting up Views with proper pen weights and color for individual disciplines

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This is answered in your other post.


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