The Ultimate Guide on Collaborating with BIM 360 and Plant 3D

23 March 2020All, BIM 360, Industrial and Plant, Manufacturing, plant 3dDesktop Connector, Implementation



First, I love superlatives, so that title is fun. However, we have reviewed a lot of articles and workflows on using Plant 3d with BIM 360 and have not seen anything as comprehensive as needed to really implement BIM 360 and Plant 3d together. As a side note, this documentation is around integration Plant 3D with BIM 360 Design on a BIM 360 team up (Plant 3D 2018-2020).

Update 3/25/2020: We’re finishing up a guide for 2021 to be released shortly

On a side note, this type of documentation is exactly the type of work we put into our Plant 3d Boost offering. So, if you’d like to see more around Plant 3d on Vault or other workflows, be sure to check it out.

New call-to-action

Highlights of the guide are that you can use the Desktop Connector as a way to interact with AutoCAD files on BIM 360 Team, but you need to be careful. Also, you will need to make a way to synchronize non-project files. There are many more tips (including a sample project plan), but you can discover the goodies yourself! Here’s a sample of what the synchronize process would look like:

Download Free Guide



New call-to-action

System Requirements for Bluebeam Revu 21

15 January 2024All, BluebeamRick Kremer

following are minimum and recommended requirements when using Bluebeam Revu with office documents and construction project documents

System Requirements for Autodesk Revit 2024

10 April 2023All, Architecture and Engineering, autodesk, Digital Transformation, MEP, RevitEric Daniel

List of system requirements for using Autodesk Revit 2024 and Revit LT 2024, entry level and performance level, plus Citrix,…

Important Bluebeam Announcement

4 April 2023All, Bluebeam, IT Services, Services & SupportDiana Ramirez

Bluebeam has announced the updated End of Life (EOL) date for Bluebeam Revu 2019 and older versions will now be…