Getting Started with Plant 3D Boost

Plant 3D Boost provides valuable content and better documentation in a training style format to teach users about customized configurations. With it, you will be able to start billable work sooner with the implementation guides getting you started.

With your purchase, you  should have received an email  with license information, and let’s get started with adopting Plant 3d Boost!


Plant 3D Boost has two parts that need to be setup for you to take full advantage of the product. First, download the content installer.


Next, you use an Autodesk ID to request access to the documentation and configuration guides. This is typically the email address of someone like a CAD Manager who will be accessing and utilizing the guides and resources. 


After you receive the email from Autodesk indicating you have access to the BIM 360 portal, check out the implementation guides and content!


For more insight into getting started (like where does the installer put stuff or what’s the latest update), the Plant 3D Boost Guide has more detail and the latest news.

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