|Paul Swaddle NBS|
Over the last three or four months Paul Swaddle our NBS Training and Education manager has been putting together some fantastic tutorials on NBS Create on our training blog.
The latest post looks and tips and tricks on how to get the best out of NBS Plus within NBS Create. This is the the sixth blog post in a series of "Top Tips for NBS Create".
In addition to the fantastic free online support, the NBS training team puts on public training events throughout the year and also on-site courses that are tailored to an organisations needs.
Direct links to the Top Tip blog posts are below...
- NBS Create Top Tips 6 - NBS Plus
This looks at some of the basics on specifying manufacturer products and also give some advice around the more advanced software functionality.
- NBS Create Top Tips 5 - Add to job with
If specifying a product (say concrete block) how do you link it to its parent system (say internal or external wall) to ensure that specification is "modelled".
- NBS Create Top Tips 4 - Searching the resources
There are 10,000+ clauses in NBS including 1,000 system clauses and 5,000 product clauses - with this much technical content - how do you easily find what you need?
- NBS Create Top Tips 3 - Using the system outline clause
NBS Create system outline clause
NBS Create is based around systems (walls, floors, heating, cooling, structure). The system outline clause is extremely powerful as it allows you to drill down specifying performance, products and workmanship in an object based environment.
- NBS Create Top Tips 2 - The additive process
NBS has traditionally been a subtractive process. The user is presented with 100s of clauses and subtracts what is not needed. NBS Create is fundamentally different. The user is presented with a check-list of keywords and then clauses are invoked in an additional method.
- NBS Create Top Tips 1 - Getting started
The basics of how to create a new job.
More tips and tricks are uploaded regularly - so please remember to bookmark the link below and also maybe follow Paul on twitter..