If your firm is transitioning from AutoCAD to Revit, but still has a library full of old AutoCAD Details, you can rest assured. There are several ways to convert your AutoCAD Details into your Revit projects. This process will involve cleaning up your AutoCAD Details, importing to Revit for scaling, cleaning, and importing it back into a separate “seed” Revit file. In the October From AutoCAD to Revit webinar, U.S. CAD’s Technical Specialist, Jack Trexler demonstrated this process in 4 simple steps:
In the October 10th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Nick Harper discussed four ways that you can coordinate data between Revit and Civil 3D. Read on to learn how you can share your project data in a meaningful way.
Instead of attaching PDFs as underlays in your drawings, you can now import geometries, raster images, and text directly as AutoCAD elements with the PDF Import command. In this video, I walk through how to use the PDF Import tool. I’m using Civil 3D, but this tool is available in AutoCAD, as well as any of the AutoCAD vertical products.
In the September 5th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Aaron Powell discussed three infrequently used tools and features inside Civil 3D you can use to reduce the size of your surfaces in Civil 3D and, consequently, speed up your drawings.
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! This month, I have a whole bunch of recent Autodesk software updates to share. I also have several must-watch videos for you to work better in Civil 3D. Read on for all the updates.
Hate the admin work that comes with your building and design documents? Here’s how Bluebeam can help take away the drudgery and win back your time.
When working on a project in Revit, it is crucial to have your resources well-organized. Projects involve several moving parts and efficiency is key to ensuring on-time productivity. That’s why having a Revit Library can save your company a great deal of time while also strengthening the company brand standards.