Autodesk Process Analysis is a web application used to model, study, and optimize a wide variety of manufacturing processes. By visualizing the process, you can optimize performance and identify potential bottlenecks before they occur on the factory floor.
Autodesk® Factory Design Utilities is an interoperable 2D and 3D factory layout and optimization solution built specifically to help you design and communicate the most efficient layout by creating a digital model of your factory.
Autodesk AutoCAD MEP software is a specialist building systems design solution for mechanical, electrical and plumbing building design professionals.
Autodesk® Inventor® Tolerance Analysis is a CAD-embedded, 1D tolerance analysis software that helps you more clearly understand the impact of mechanical fit and performance based on the cumulative dimensional variation.
Inventor Nesting is integrated software that helps you optimize yield from flat raw material. Generate multiple sheet nests in a single study, allowing for multiple material and packaging options.
In a sketch, double-click a dimension or click the Dimension command in the Constrain panel and then click the dimension. In the Edit Dimension dialog box, click the arrow and choose Tolerance from the pop-up menu.
AutoCAD MEP is simple AutoCAD with a mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) set of design elements and capabilities running atop. Autodesk offers this same experience in several other AutoCAD toolsets.
The main difference between AutoCAD MEP and Revit MEP is BIM and Computer-Aided Design (CAD). AutoCAD is primarily used as a drawing tool, while Revit is a robust design and documentation platform. Many AEC firms and design professionals often wonder which application is best between AutoCAD MEP and Revit MEP.
AutoCAD MEP Toolset Included with Official AutoCAD.