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At 10:50pm on April 11, 2013, Daniel.Lou said…

Hi,This is Daniel from China,Hope we can learn more each other in here,also hope get your more support.

Best Wishes To You

Jevny Technology Service

At 12:13pm on February 9, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…
I thought the weather is not hot in Pakistan! specially because of the heights!
At 10:35am on February 9, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…
I want to aware you that in DM HVAC you must set your drawings in inches, and all the data must be English Units (that is: BTU/hr, sq. feet, etc.)
At 10:30am on February 9, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…
DM HVAC has no starting icon, because it is an Autocad add-on application. You must install it over autocad 2004 and/or later version. Once you are in ACAD environment, you must open a top view drawing of your building, and begin to set the room, the wall isolation values, an so on using the icons on the DM HVAC tool bars. I usually closed the tool bars and prefer to use the DM HVAC MENU next to the HELP MENU in the upper side of my ACAD window.  Sorry If I am not able to explain myself better in English, as Spanish is my native language. O.K.?
At 9:29am on February 9, 2011, Mirela V. said…

I used Solidworks a very short amount of time and on my own (meaning I did not worked in a company that used it), so I can't say I am too familiar with it.

As far as the second question, I guess none of the software is "necesarry" to be an engineer. They are just awesome tools for engineers because it saves a tremendous amount of time and can do part of your work. Any software is useful, depends what's your industry and how you are using it.

"...or being and expert in ProE will suffice" - I quoted you

I can't even say I am an expert in ProE and I think that nothing will ever suffice for me as far as it concernes engineering. Maybe I am too eager to learn too many things in a so short life....

Being an expert is such a big word and there is for sure somebody out there that can prove you wrong (meaning that it can be proved that the expert is not an expert) you know what I mean?

At 6:18am on February 9, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…
by the way, in the case of Cuba we only are concerned with cooling, heating is not a necessary issue because it's a tropical island
At 6:14am on February 9, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…

I'm using this software (in fact, I'm using the Demo version but is totally functional)


Must people around me are using  Carrier HAP (DOS version).

For other purpose I use AutoCad, Solid Edge and Inventor

At 6:11am on February 8, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…
what kind of industry are you involved to? what cad tools are you using?
At 5:30am on February 8, 2011, Mario Luis Leyva Carballo said…
Hello Tahir, thanks for your comment on my wall, Yes, I'm dealing with HVAC instalations design. I am Mechanical Engineer, and began to work on a firm which make projects for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries
At 10:44am on February 6, 2011, Mirela V. said…
That will also have something to do with licenses. It is very tricky to install ProE on another computer with the same license. It remembers mac address and stuff like that. Try that, maybe you'll trick it. Good luck!


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