Drop the Pad of Paper and Pick Up Bluebeam Revu for iPad
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.
Are you using a pad of paper to collect field information like dimensions, locations and quantities to bid a project? Consider Bluebeam Revu on the iPad.
In this short video we show you how to use the iPad version of Revu to create a quick and accurate bid for a roofing job. You will quickly see that this technology can be adapted to your business whether it is roofing, carpet install, landscaping, or any trade that requires collecting information on site for a bid.
The sale of Autodesk perpetual licensing is coming to an end on Jan. 31, 2017. Learn more about your options moving forward and some strategies to consider prior to the deadline.
Make the most of Bluebeam Revu tools like hyperlink, Snapshot, and Estimation. Here’s how to do it, with five video tutorials, courtesy of our friends at Bluebeam. How many of these have you used?
Bluebeam Revu now offers improved options for Studio Sessions. Now, the number of files in a session has now been raised from 100 to 5000, and individual file sizes went from 100 megabytes to one gigabyte each! Learn more:
In their “AutoCAD 2018 New Features” Skype chat, CADLearning’s Senior Content Manager David Cohn, and U.S. CAD’s Senior Technical Specialist KaDe King, shared their favorite new updates to the AutoCAD 2018 release.
If you’re an architect or general contractor, you have probably experienced the many challenges of collaborating with the other team in your projects. It’s time the AEC industries shifted toward a more collaborative project delivery method. Learn all about IPD:
The acquisition merges U.S. CAD’s expanded BIM portfolio with Mid-West CAD’s local industry expertise to better serve the needs of the AEC community in the Central U.S. Learn more about how this integration enhances our shared goal of quality and efficiency.
The acquisition merges U.S. CAD’s expanded BIM portfolio with Managed Design’s local industry expertise to better serve the needs of the Minnesota AEC community. Learn more about how this integration enhances our shared goal of quality and efficiency.
Thinking of using design-build for your projects? How should you weigh the challenges and risks against the benefits and gains? Here are some of the common trade-offs you may see.
The BIM Elephant returns, asking the popular question, “where is my ROI from using BIM?” My colleague Damon Socha and I dive in offering a different perspective.
If you’re a Bluebeam Revu user, you’re probably familiar with the Highlight tool that is found under the Pen menu on the Markups tab. Today, we’re going to look at a different way that I like to highlight objects in Revu with the Snapshot tool.
Creating a Transmittal Setup is an easy way to easily and quickly package your AutoCAD drawings to meet the specifications required by different clients. Learn how to set up your first Transmittal as I walk through the options with you.
Revit Libraries contain robust model content, annotative content, and many other items that support your team’s project processes, workflows, and overall experience in Revit. Learn all about why you need to properly set up Revit Libraries.
If you’ve ever played the “I’m not touching you game” as a child, you know how important boundaries are and our need for space. Revit families are no different. A 3D element provides a great parametric visual of what we can expect outside of the virtual world, but without the proper clearances the equipment may not be given the space it truly needs to function.
Many architectural designers face the issue of bridging the gaps between preliminary design, design development and construction documentation in Revit. Users needed a tool to seamlessly move their designs in and out of Revit throughout their design process. With FormIt, you can start producing your 3D model designs on your tablet before your morning commute, pick up where you started on your office desktop and switch back to your tablet during your lunch-time meeting with a potential client.
Eric will be responsible for leading U.S. CAD’s day-to-day operations throughout the Mountain States region and ensuring alignment with AEC industry in this region. He brings with him more than 30 years of technical and professional experience in AEC.