[VIDEO] Adding Custom Columns in Bluebeam Revu
This blog post was originally written for the Managed Design blog. Managed Design is now a U.S. CAD company, so please check back here at www.uscad.com/blog for more written articles from Ted Moberg and our new U.S. CAD Minnesota team.
Bluebeam’s built-in columns are great, but they might not fulfill all of your needs. Have a look at this video and learn how to add fields that deliver the information you need while extracting from your sheets.
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When you open a drawing in AutoCAD, are you getting an Associative Network Evaluation error message? Philip Charlson shares why this is popping up, and how to resolve this issue in AutoCAD.
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. Learn 4 simple steps from Jack Trexler:
If you’re having trouble working with MnGeo LiDAR data in Civil 3D, you’re in luck! Doug Benoit shares an easy 16 step guide to bring a LAS file into a Civil 3D imperial environment to create usable data and ultimately a surface.
Newport Beach, California, May 29, 2014 – U.S. CAD announces that its annual Hawaii Solutions Day user event has been scheduled for June 12, 2014. This half-day event features various sessions revolving around the latest in the Autodesk releases and this year, the event includes guest speaker Sasha Reed, the Director of Strategic Alliances at Bluebeam® Software.
If you’re an architecture enthusiast, you might also be a big fan of the designs of architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Philip Charlson shares his experience visiting Wright’s renowned Taliesin.
When working on a project in Revit, it is crucial to have your resources well-organized. A Revit Library can save your company a great deal of time while also strengthening the company brand standards. Learn 7 steps for getting your Revit Library started:
The much anticipated Bluebeam Revu 2015.5 is out! Troy DeGroot shares some of the most anticipated features, plus a how-to on upgrading. Read more from Troy DeGroot to learn about the Revu 2015.5 updates:
In the May installment of the From AutoCAD to Revit webinar series, Aaron Wagner covers how to create and use Revit Templates, while sharing how it can save you a great deal of time in your project workflow moving forward.
Question: I just want to view a Revit model. How can I do this?
Expert Solution: Download the Revit trial version and use the Revit Viewer.
Attention Steel Fabricators, Erectors and Estimators. Are you currently using 20 colored highlighters, scratch paper, a calculator, a Planimeter, cheater glasses, and Ibuprofen to complete your takeoffs/estimates? You’re in luck, I started my career as a Steel Detailer, so I understand the drawings you’re looking through. I also worked as a BIM Manager transitioning 70 team members in seven locations into 3D workflows. Now I teach and I can assure you, there is a better way to do estimates and material takeoffs with Bluebeam Revu.
This past year has been momentous for U.S. CAD in many ways. From new additions to our team to an expanded service offerings to the completion of a multi-city conference series, 2016 was a year to remember. Take a look at some of the highlights!
In Part 1 of this blog post series, we shared three Bluebeam workflows for dealing with RFIs, Measurements and Estimations, and Submittals. In this post, we’re concluding with two collaboration workflows every Bluebeam user should know about.
When creating building models within Revit, there are times when you only need show structural walls within floor plan views. Philip Charlson shares his process for controlling layers within walls in Revit. Read more:
At first glance, I thought AutoCAD 2019 seemed light on new features. But then I heard about One AutoCAD. Check out my conversation with CADLearning’s Senior Content Manager David Cohn about the new release and what it means for AutoCAD users.
Have you ever tried to import civil object layer settings from one file to another? Even if you try to use the Styles Import Wizard, those settings aren’t imported. In this video, I will show you how to do this quickly and easily!