MEP Design Software for AutoCAD and Revit
Use Design Master HVAC and Electrical to. . .
- Do your calculations and drafting in AutoCAD.
- Keep all of your work in AutoCAD with no need for external files.
- Save time with calculations, design, and drafting that all update at the same time.
- Automate complex calculations.
- Customize your design to make it look how you want it to look.
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Design Master HVAC -- Design Master Electrical
Design Master Electrical for Revit MEP
Improves Productivity and Profitability
Design Master Electrical has had a major impact on our productivity, turnaround time and the accuracy of our drawings. We’re a more profitable company because of it.
Tim Locklear, ELEN Consulting
San Diego, CA
More Work in Less Time
Design Master helps streamline our design process so we can accomplish more work in less time, with greater accuracy and improved team coordination.
Angie Hester, Trindera Engineering
Coeur d’Alene, ID
Easy to Use
Design Master is so easy to use, it’s fun! We’d be hard-pressed to run our business now without it.
W. Chelsae Knight, PE, APEX Engineering
- Duct Sizing:
ducts automatically using
constant velocity, constant pressure drop, and static regain
- Building Load Calculations:
heating and cooling loads
from within AutoCAD.
- Pressure Drop Calculations:
Calculate and document the pressure
drop in your ductwork.
- Ductwork Drafting:
your ductwork in both 2D
to check for collisions between the ductwork and your architect's Revit, Navisworks,
or other 3D model.
- Panel Schedules:
schedules directly in
AutoCAD without having to use Excel.
- One-line Riser Diagrams:
riser diagrams that update
as the rest of your design changes.
- Voltage Drop:
drop on feeders and branch
- Fault Current Calculations:
current at your panels.
- Arc-Flash Calculations:
Calculate arc-flash incident energy and flash-protection boundary distances.
- Feeder and Wire Sizing:
feeders, wires, and conduits
- Lighting and Power Design:
Design, draft, and circuit lighting
and power layouts.
and outdoor photometrics.
- Quantity Takeoffs:
takeoffs for estimation.
to check for collisions between the conduit, cable tray, switch gear,
and other electrical systems and your architect's Revit, Navisworks, or other 3D
Latest Blog Posts
June 10th, 2019, No Comments »
In 2011, we tested the startup performance of AutoCAD 2012 against earlier versions to determine whether it started faster than its predecessors. The following year, we compared the startup performance of AutoCAD 2013. This year, we decided to bring the startup performance test back for AutoCAD 2020. For good measure, we also included BricsCAD to […]
March 28th, 2019, No Comments »
All of our software is compatible with AutoCAD 2020.
February 4th, 2019, 1 Comment »
Results of our survey on the use of BIM in the MEP industry in 2018. Not much has changed in nine years.
September 24th, 2018, No Comments »
Design Master Electrical 8.5 is now available.
More blog posts. . .