Tips, Tricks & Resources For MEP Detailers

AutoCAD MEP 2010 – Schedules

Posted by Rob W on September 20, 2009

Learn how to use AutoCAD MEP 2010 & AutoCAD Architecture 2010 Schedule Concepts.

PART 1 – Concept

PART 2 – Property Set Definitions

PART 3 – Tags

PART 4 – Tables

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4 Responses to “AutoCAD MEP 2010 – Schedules”

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  4. Luther said

    I draw a length of 4” conduit at an elevation of 0” for the center line of the conduit using AutoCAD MEP 2011. Measuring the outside diameter of the conduit it is 4 ½” the true outside diameter. Hovering over the conduit it gives me the Size Name (4.00 Conduit Grc Threaded US Imperial), Routing Preference (Standard), System and Elevation (0’-0” (Top: 0’-2”, Bottom: -0’-2”). The problem is the Elevation is from the conduit size of 4” not the outside diameter (you get 0’-0” (Top: 0’-2”, Bottom: -0’-2”)). How can I get it to give me the outside elevation of the conduit (0’-0” (Top: 0’-2 ¼”, Bottom: -0;-2 ¼”)? The other problem is if I make a tag for this piece of conduit it gives me 4 ½” for the conduit size not 4” and top of 2”, bottom of 2”.

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