The What, Who, Why and How’s of Navisworks. Everything explained in this simple blog post.
Writen by Damien Jovica
Fuzor is the best VR Plug in for Solidworks, if you want to be able to simply press a button to get your Solidworks model into VR.
One of the most commonly heard points about building information modeling (BIM) - noted by professionals all around the Asia-Pacific region - is that it is not just a 3D model; BIM is capable of much more.
Everybody knows how much of a difference adopting a BIM workflow can make, but the obstacles to doing so can seem insurmountable. Enter Revit LT Suite.
If you’re having any trouble using Autodesk Inventor, we have a whole list of support articles you can access from our blog. While using Autodesk Inventor there may be times when you need to create lines that aren’t for sketch purposes.
Welcome to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to AutoCAD Basics. This is your free guide to the basic commands and features you will use to create 2D drawings with AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT CAD software.
One of the first things people do once they begin working with Autodesk Revit is expand the number of 'families' they have to work with.
With 3D CAD Giving Users So Many Benefits, Why Is AutoCAD Still As Strong As Ever?
It’s been around since ’82 and I still get calls today wanting to buy it no matter what other CAD packages out there can do. Even though Autodesk’s AutoCAD is 2D with limited 3D functionality (compared to 3D Solid Modellers) there are some good reasons why people still use it, so let’s briefly explore those.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a collaborative way of working underpinned by digital technologies. These technologies allow for more efficient methods of designing, delivering and maintaining physical built assets throughout their entire lifecycle.
In May 2011, the UK Government published the Construction Strategy aimed at reducing the cost of public sector assets by up to 20% by 2016.
The wait is finally over for all you Mac and Revit users thanks to Frame. No more Bootcamp, Parallels or switching between a PC and Mac, well, yes, but no. Autodesk don’t have a Revit for Mac version but there is an application called Frame that it can run through and Autodesk have certified it for Revit and AutoCAD.