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    Default Hello from Frederick Maryland

    Anyone on here use Bluebeam for interior glass estimating? We are just starting out and could use some pointers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eoin11822 View Post
    Anyone on here use Bluebeam for interior glass estimating? We are just starting out and could use some pointers.
    Hello Maryland...

    Under the measure tool you can use the FT2 tool to take off glass. You will need to make sure to calibrate your drawings first however. If you look to the right side of your screen you will see a little ruler. The ruler area calibrates your page.

    Check this link for more help

    https://www.bluebeam.com/us/bluebeam...12/measure.pdf

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    Default Estimating Glass/ Glass take off

    Quote Originally Posted by ericguizzetti View Post
    Hello Maryland...

    Under the measure tool you can use the FT2 tool to take off glass. You will need to make sure to calibrate your drawings first however. If you look to the right side of your screen you will see a little ruler. The ruler area calibrates your page.

    Check this link for more help

    https://www.bluebeam.com/us/bluebeam...12/measure.pdf
    Hello,

    I am also in Glazing and have a few questions if not suggestion for future measurements. When I do a take off i generally have over a hundred pieces of glass. I need to know the perimeter, area, width, height and type of glass. BB has recently came out with the "all measurements" option. Get idea but it is missing the width and height, besides doing a length measurement for both of these and then linking them by creating a space for each piece of glass is there a way to add those to the "all Measurements" list?

    Thanks for your time