[VIDEO] Why You Need to Properly Set Up Your Revit Library
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In the upcoming September 13 webinar of the From AutoCAD to Revit series, U.S. CAD Solution Consultant, Aaron Wagner will be discussing digital Libraries in Revit. 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.
From levels of development to containers and classification systems, there are several tools to help you create an efficient Revit library. How many of these are you using?
To discover all the tips and tricks, be sure to sign up for this webinar coming up on September 13th. Bring your list of questions for Aaron Wagner and get answers during the live Q&A!
If you’re a company or team that still uses AutoCAD for the majority of your design work, then the sermon of how much “better” Revit is than AutoCAD is a tired one. Why is there such a big push for making the switch from AutoCAD to Revit?
Loadable families are just one kind of Revit families that you can use in your Revit project. Join Daniel McCarthy on June 14, 2017 for the free “From AutoCAD to Revit” webinar to learn about the other two types: systems families and in-place families.
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In this video, catch a sneak peek from the upcoming Nov. 7th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar to see how KaDe King, one of U.S. CAD’s AutoCAD experts, sets up dimensions as annotative objects in a simple AutoCAD drawing.
The third Orange County BIM Workshops, hosted by U.S. CAD, was attended by more than 100 BIM professionals, representing 60+ companies. Read about more of the event highlights here!
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.
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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.
Many people think Dynamo isn’t for them based on the notion that it’s only useful for complex geometry or twisting towers. Lacking programming knowledge scares some others away. The reality, however, is that this powerful Revit add-on can be useful for anyone and everyone who uses Revit.
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:
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In this short clip, Aaron Wagner gives you a quick look at how you can use different views in Revit to make your project documentation more meaningful.
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.
Join us in July for a 5-part webinar series focused on technologies that can improve your workflow and productivity in Revit and Navisworks. During these 45-minute webinars, you’ll learn about the Top 5 tools, functions, or goals; you’ll also get a chance to ask questions of our Industry Experts!