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Monthly Archives: April 2016
What Is Augmented Reality and How Can Engineers and Designers Use It? > ENGINEERING.com
Submittal Tracking with BIM | Jennifer Lanzetti, LEED AP, CM-BIM, EDWOSB | LinkedIn
Cn3D Construction Blog MEPF Equipment is one of the biggest changes a project undergoes from design intent construction documents to field install shop drawings. Keeping track of the three stages of
Source: Submittal Tracking with BIM | Jennifer Lanzetti, LEED AP, CM-BIM, EDWOSB | LinkedIn
Revit 2017 Advances BIM for Future of Designing Buildings
6 Career-Advancing Resources for CAD Professionals
Ignite your creativity, learn a new skill, and rediscover your passion. Revive your CAD Career with these six resources.
Importing Revit Into AutoCAD | How To Import Revit Into AutoCAD
CAD Links Worth Your Time: 3D Robotics Teams Up With Autodesk, Hasbro 3D Scanner Patent and More
Check out the latest updates in CAD news, including Autodesk and Onshape. Plus, get news about the latest uses of 3D design for 3D printing.
Source: CAD Links Worth Your Time: 3D Robotics Teams Up With Autodesk, Hasbro 3D Scanner Patent and More
Revit Tip: My Family Won’t Cut in Section Views | CADD Microsystems
You may have loaded a family into your Revit model, let’s say a piece of furniture, and you go to cut your section just like usual. But when you look at that section, you notice that you are looking at that furniture family in elevation, even though you are cutting right through it! Revit does a great job of cutting through walls and floors and casework and ducts and more, but some categories you can never seem to see a cut view of. It turns out, this is completely by design. Revit has divided its categories into “cuttable” and “non-cuttable”. The cuttable categories are:
Source: Revit Tip: My Family Won’t Cut in Section Views | CADD Microsystems