[Webcast] The Future of Making Things Starts Now

Manufacturing
November 10, 2015

Join Autodesk for this webinar to learn more about The Future of Making Things and how Autodesk’s integrated product development solutions can improve your processes: Create the best possible design based on real world conditions that you define with Autodesk’s new Shape Generator functionality. Gone are the days of educated guesses and over-engineering your products. […]

Autodesk FormIt Updates

Building
November 9, 2015

Autodesk FormIt recently released the FormIt Converter add-in for Revit 2016 as well as other improvements to the product: Import from the Autodesk Material Library (Pro only) Layers for visibility control Saved scenes Applications consultant, Bill Knittle demonstrates the workflow Autodesk FormIt offers to your design process. Watch this webinar now.

Revit 2016 R2 update: Faster. Smarter. Better.

Building
November 4, 2015

Autodesk Revit 2016 R2 is available to Maintenance and Desktop Subscription customers worldwide. This update builds on the speed and project performance improvements that distinguish Autodesk® Revit® 2016 software products. With over 25 new features and user-requested enhancements, including Global Parameters, Revit R2 for Revit 2016 contributes to project productivity by helping users more efficiently and effectively […]

Inventor Technical Requirements

Manufacturing
October 30, 2015

Posted on October 30 2015, by Manufacturing Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster I’ve been using Inventor for many years now, but I’m always on the look out to learn something new about it. For example, the other day I stumbled across the Cadalyst article about a workaround in creating technical notes on your Inventor drawings. […]

Autodesk Screencast

Building
October 28, 2015

Posted on October 28, 2015 by Manufacturing Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster Many companies have certain ways of doing things in their CAD application. Sometimes communicating how that’s accomplished can be a challenge in itself. How do you communicate a CAD workflow to a new (or existing) CAD user? Do you spend time writing and […]

[Webcast] Synergis60: An even better BIM experience based on your workflow

Building
October 27, 2015

Register now for the November Synergis60. Synergis Applications Consultant Bill Knittle provides a workflow for an even better BIM experience. He’ll discuss how with Autodesk FormIT you now have the tools to freely sculpt and analyze, and iterate early-stage designs concepts on your tablet or web browser. While Dynamo provides you with a computationally interactive Revit design experience. […]

Highlighting Components in Inventor Drawing Views

Manufacturing
October 22, 2015

Posted on October 22, 2015 by Application Consultant, Jim Swain I was working with a class the other day and I was trying to figure out a way to visually show how some internal parts were configured. We got to talking about how we could show this on a drawing to help the assembly instructions. […]

Using Revit to add Building Control Points with Autodesk Point Layout

Building
October 20, 2015

Posted on October 20, 2015 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle Model-based field layout is a common trend in the industry today. In an earlier post, Revit was used to align coordinates from a survey to the Revit Site model. This process utilized the shared coordinate system of Revit to then push that shared coordinate […]

Avoiding Style Conflicts Completely – Inventor Drawings

Manufacturing
October 20, 2015

Posted on October 20, 2015 by Manufacturing Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster A couple of weeks ago I posted an article about the “Styles Conflict” message which may appear when you start an Inventor drawing using the New command.  This article describes why it appears and how to resolve it.  In one of the solutions […]

Improve your AutoCAD Performance

Building
October 20, 2015

Posted on October 20, 2015 by Darin Green, Product Support Manager Autodesk Solutions With the new 2016 release of the Autodesk AutoCAD based application, 2 out of 5 of our AutoCAD customers have noticed a performance hit on their machine. Some of them have purchased high-end machines with more memory and a better processor to […]