In their “Civil 3D 2018 New Features” Skype chat, CADLearning’s Infrastructure Content Manager Heidi Boutwell and U.S. CAD’s Senior Technical Specialist KaDe King shared their favorite new updates to the Civil 3D 2018 release.
On April 13th 2017, Autodesk released the 2018 version to their dynamic duo hero products, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018 and Infraworks 2018. With these new releases comes several new features and enhancements that complement the other product. Here’s a look at the highlights in civil infrastructure in Autodesk 2018:
In their “Revit 2018 New Features” Skype chat, CADLearning’s Building Content Manager Jason Boehning, and U.S. CAD’s Technical Specialist Jack Trexler, shared their favorite new updates to the Revit 2018 release.
The annual Autodesk product release is upon us. For users on subscription, products like Revit, 3ds Max, etc. are ready to be downloaded and used right away! Whether you’re an architect, a contractor, an MEP designer, structural engineer or otherwise involved in building design and construction, here’s what’s new for you in Autodesk 2018!
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.
There have been questions about the backward compatibility of objects and drawings in Civil 3D with the new 2018 release. Here’s a quick chart to show you what is backward-compatible, what isn’t, and what depends.
Adopting BIM isn’t just about taking the information from blueprints (and anything that might be stapled to them) and putting them on a computer. BIM allows for cross-site and cross-team collaboration and real-time updates to ALL your project documentation. Here are 3 collaboration trends happening in the building and construction industry to keep an eye on this year.
Question:When working in AutoCAD MEP, how do the tools fit into the engineering and design process?
CADLearning Expert Solution: To gain the most advantage, using MEP tools in the correct sequence and for the appropriate task can help you to reduce errors, increase accuracy, and improve both productivity and coordination.