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AutoCAD Fabrication CADmep Fundamentals

This is the introductory course for Autodesk Fabrication CADmep. It covers the essential core topics and commands necessary to use Fabrication CADmep at a fundamental level. This course is one of a series for the Autodesk Fabrication products.

Autodesk Fabrication CADmep is an essential application for all duct fabricators and contractors.

Additional courses will cover Autodesk Fabrication ESTmep and Autodesk TM Fabrication CAMduct.


The objective of Fabrication CADmep Fundamentals is to introduce the essential functionality of Fabrication CADmep so that a new user can produce basic designs and drawings. At the conclusion of this course, you will understand the most commonly used Fabrication CADmep commands and be able to create a detailed fabrication-intent Building Information Model for piping, plumbing and/or duct work.

You will also have the knowledge to create annotated spool drawings. You will be able to export BIM information for use in cost estimating and to create nested flat patterns for sheet metal fabrication. 


An A2K Technologies “Certificate of Attendance” will be issued following the 2 days of Instructor-led Training.

Course Contents

Training topics will be selected from: Introduction to Autodesk Fabrication CADmep, Deployment, User Interface, Sections, Drawing with the Attacher, Drawing with Design Line, Clash Detection, Importing Revit content into CADmep, Drawing Annotation, Reporting, Sectional Views, Point Data, Spooling, Exporting to ESTmep and CAMduct, Fabrication CADmep Customisation.

Delivery Mode

Traditional Instructor-led Group Training
2 consecutive days (09:00 - 16:30)

Who should attend and Course Prerequisites

It is recommended that students have:

  • A moderate level of expertise with Autodesk AutoCAD
  • Completed an AutoCAD Essentials or Fundamentals course or at least six months experience with a recent version of AutoCAD
  • Some familiarity with AutoCAD 3D features and commands, especially Views and the 3D coordinate system
  • Desirable, but not mandatory, some knowledge of the MEP detailing & fabrication industry and an understanding of Building Information Modeling and Levels of Development