PostalCAD Plant Layout
 

The goal of this course is to provide students with tools to design and lay out a Postal facility. The program addresses the specific needs of Postal employees designing and documenting mail-processing plants with the tools available in Autodesk Map 3D 2015 and PostalCAD 2015. The instructor provides real world working examples and methods to professionally design or document a plant layout. Students then explore the material and investigate the new techniques as a group, or at their own pace. This hands-on course will take students through the process of basic plant layout and design by mastering the following application areas.
 
Five Day Course Featuring:
 
 
  • Installing and Launching PostalCAD 2015
  • Exploring PostalCAD utility offerings for annotations, blocks, viewing, editing, layering, system and file settings, and annotation objects
  • Drawing scaling and setup (information bars, north arrows, and bar scale)
  • Architectural features (column grid, walls, doors, and windows)
  • Platform and dock layout
  • Space Management and reporting
  • AS-504 ® overview
  • Furniture and equipment placement
  • Conveyor design
  • Editing and updating existing drawings
  • Printing and plotting facility layouts
  • Computer and electrical wiring diagrams
  • Drawing postal equipment
 

  Maximum enrollment: 9 students

Course Number: (53201-38)

Course Prerequisite(s): Introduction to PostalCAD
(53201-39 )
or AutoCAD Fundamentals (53201-23))


This course is a required prerequisite for:
PostalCAD Standardization
(53201-34)
 

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