In this lecture, John Melbert helped users discover the differences and similarities of Design, Drawing and Sheet Models in MicroStation, highlight the tools and capabilities that “make your life easier”.
“Think of a model as a drawer within a file cabinet”
Design Model: consists of design geometry; can be 2D or 3D; typically has a black background.
Drawing Model: used to apply annotation; can only be 2D; typically has a gray background
Sheet Model: serves as an electric drawing sheet; normally 2D but can be 3D; typically has a white background
Common to all three models:
….Drawing Models add shared annotation capability!
John discussed folder structure and its relationship to basic project configuration before discussing specific elements of the workspace configuration. He reminded users as they work with project configuration they need to think about how they’re going to work with seed files.
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To share in the #Bentley15 learning, take the on-demand course available in the LEARNserver. Click here and scroll down to see Sheet, Drawing, or Design: Deciding Which One to Use.