MEP Detailing and Fabrication Software
Fabrication CADmep™, Fabrication ESTmep™, and Fabrication CAMduct™ software use manufacturer-specific content to create more accurate detailed models, generate better estimates, and help drive MEP fabrication.
Fabrication for Detailers
Extend Revit to create a fabrication-ready model. Available stand-alone or as part of the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection.
Fabrication CADmep Features
Autodesk Fabrication CADmep supports detailing and installation workflows for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) contractors. See some of the latest and greatest features that come bundled inside of Fabrication CADmep.
Shared databases help produce detailed models for fabrication.
Easily export and import Revit and AutoCAD MEP models.
Design Line Detailing
Draw with real components and connections.
Model several parallel services simultaneously.
3D Spooling Capabilities
Create detailed fabrication shop spool sheets.
Clash Detection Tools
More effectively identify and resolve service issues before fabrication.
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