Material take-off report functionality available to the Professional Edition of the SketchUp 3D piping extension with customization in the Enterprise Edition.
May 1, 2015 09:00 CDT
OAKDALE, Minn. -- OnApplied has released an update of the popular 3D PipeDraft extension for SketchUp application. The new release provides detailed piping material take-off (MTO) reporting capabilities to paid subscribers of the Professional Edition (PE) as well as custom format capabilities to subscribers of the Enterprise Edition (EE).
Typical MTO reports include pipe cut-lengths and component quantities exported in the vendor neutral CSV spreadsheet text format. Enterprise Edition subscribers can also export reports through custom templates in both the CSV and XLSX formats, which can be integrated with procurement and material management systems.
"We're excited to extend this important interoperability functionality to our Professional Edition subscribers. The ability to customize the report export structure has often been requested by our Enterprise Edition subscribers, so we're pleased to provide them with this capability to automate their work process data-flows."
OnApplied LLC is an IT consulting and technology development business. OnApplied helps customers achieve their business objectives through sustainable deployment of innovative IT solutions. OnApplied was founded in 2000, is privately held, and located in Oakdale, Minnesota USA. For more information, visit www.onapplied.com.
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