CADWorx Webinar: Synchronizing P&ID and 3D Models


with Werner Theron, Chempute

Aimee Ferguson
with Aimee Ferguson, Hexagon PPM

Date: March 26, 2019
1 hour
free eSeminar

View the recorded webinar here

As a 3D designer, you know how quickly a 3D model can get out of sync with the P&ID. Maintaining two separate deliverables is difficult to do when just one person is responsible but how do you manage when it’s a large project with separate people – or even teams – revising and modifying their respective model or P&ID?

CADWorx Plant 2019 has improved the workflows of its integration tool, P&ID View, and during this webinar we will walk you through the new interface and describe the latest methods to help you create your 3D model from the P&ID, and most importantly, ensure your 3D Model and P&IDs are synchronized and up-to-date.

Join us to learn how you can improve your efficiency and avoid costly rework when it is discovered that two of your deliverables do not match.

Speaker bios:

Werner Theron joined Chempute Software in 2006. He completed a Project Engineering Draughting/Design course from The Academy of Draughting (Durban Campus) in 1998. Werner started off his CAD Career doing mechanical design for a large Electronics/communications firm on AutoCAD R13, before working for consulting engineers and then later the manufacturing industry. He is currently a CAD Manager at Chempute and is responsible for CAD applications sales, tech support and training.

Aimee Ferguson, P.E., is the Technical Director at Hexagon PPM. She joined the company in 2008 after a career in Construction Field Engineering. Her background in structural engineering and construction with a large EPC has been leveraged in the development of several Intergraph products, including Smart 3D. Aimee has added agile software development skills to her technical experience and joined the CADWorx Structure team in 2016 in the product owner role to assist in launching and further developing this product. She is a registered Professional Engineer in Kentucky and Alabama.

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