Piping 3D Model first you've got to produce conceptual 2D Pipe Routing. Generally, 1 pipeline is drawn on one layer. This helps in segregating pipelines. The bundle offers tools to create various layers according to line number through a dialog box. Additionally, it supplies the facility to draw on that line number (It sets the line number as a current layer). At a Profession 2D drawing, all the pipelines have been drawn at z coordinate 0. Pipe centerline elevations are marked on every horizontal pipeline. This gives an idea about design in the plan view.
This may be converted into 3D Pipe Routing, by lifting the horizontal pipelines into the elevations of the middle line of the pipeline. This is sometimes carried out by a move command. In case the centerline altitude is 5000 mm, then pick the line, pick any stage as the first stage and indicate the next stage as @0,0,5000. In plan see no modification will be observable, but it's going to be observable in a 3D isometric view. To find the result, through the view pull-down menu, then select the 3D perspective and then SW Isometric (or someone of the four choices ). In the 3D perspective, the flat pipelines will probably be viewed in different Z coordinates. These could be combined by vertical lines by linking the end-stage of the top flat pipeline to the finish stage of the bottom flat pipeline. When one line routing in 3D is finished, the text signaling centerline altitude is erased and the line could be suspended, to prevent confusion.