[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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Now, with Revu eXtreme 2015.5, hand-written notes are automatically filtered through the OCR engine and text is added to the Comments field in the markup. Read more from Ted Moberg about this Revu eXtreme 2015.5 update:
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.
Do you use Autodesk’s Virtual Agent to download your Autodesk software? Have you ever mistook the ENU vs. ENG download? Doug Benoit explains the difference behind these different labels.
In the April From AutoCAD to Revit webinar, Aaron demonstrated how users can impressively tell their story with views in a Revit model. He covered creating graphical and non-graphical views, setting the view displays, and modifying the views.
CM-BIM stands for Certificate of Management – Building Information Modeling. It is an assessment-based certificate credential hosted by the AGC. It is gaining traction, similar to the LEED movement in early 2000. Soon architectural firms, engineering companies and general contractors will need at least one person on their staff to be CM-BIM certified to work on federal projects; even state jobs.
AutoCAD 2018 was officially released on March 21st, 2017, offering several new enhancements, features, and time-savers for the AutoCAD community. With their combined 64 years of experience using AutoCAD, David and KaDe covered 5 major topics: Tech and Performance, UI, PDF Import, Text to MTEXT, and Xrefs updates. Here’s a breakdown:
2016 is proving to be a great year for construction professionals and companies. As reported by Construction Dive, analysts had predicted 6% growth for the industry, with construction starts reaching nearly $712 million.
How many times have you reviewed documents on a project to find that a building has moved or been given a completely different footprint than what was shown in previous plans? Do you have a headache just thinking about it? Bluebeam Revu’s Compare Documents tool is an easy way to spot changes like this and address them right away.
One of the most powerful demonstrations of Building Information Modeling is a Record Model. So much that it deserves a two-part blog. If you have any questions after this first one, I can include the answers in the second part. I have shortened certain steps to keep the blog interesting. If you want the full procedure, contact U.S. CAD and we can give you the exact steps towards an incredible deliverable that has been tried and tested. Happy modeling!
U.S. CAD, a leading provider of BIM technology, consulting, production, training, and support to the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industries, celebrates 20 years of innovation and service, consistent business growth, and inviting company culture.
Revit 2019 is finally here! Check out my conversation with CADLearning’s Building Content Manager Jason Boehning about some of our favorite new features and what they’ll mean for Revit users.
Do you share design files with non-Autodesk users who need to review your design for approval or buy-in? Doug Benoit shares how to decide which Autodesk viewer to use depending on what software you’re using.
At the Autodesk One Team Conference, held in Las Vegas in March 2018, U.S. CAD received a 2018 Autodesk Platinum Club award in the “Net Subscription Growth – USA” category.
BIM is rapidly becoming more and more prevalent in the AEC industry. As this growth occurs, implementing 3D laser scanning can help designers and engineers process more information and create smoother workflows for a project. For architects, 3D laser scanning is beneficial at all stages of a project. Here’s why architects need to understand scanning:
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.