View Post

Inventor – New in 2020.1

All 0 Comments

Autodesk Inventor contains tools for engineering and design professionals to perform 3D mechanical design, product simulation, visualization, and documentation. Both 2D and 3D data can be integrated into a single design space with free-form, parametric and direct-edit options. A full virtual representation of the final product allows “testing” of its …

View Post

Managing Design with Michael LeFevre

All 0 Comments

Michael LeFevre is an architect by trade and a self-described dual agent, who shifted the focus of his practice from architecture to construction about 20 years ago. He is a cross-industry professional with over 50 years of experience, including collaboration education and processes. LeFevre’s 2019 book, “Managing Design: Conversations, Project …

View Post

5 Reasons You Should Look at Esri

All 0 Comments

Esri now provides the first truly roundtrip data scenario as a result of its partnership with Autodesk. For more about what this means to the CAD universe, see Brian Hailey’s Applied Software blog, “Who is Esri and Why Do They Matter?” With a more seamless flow of data between design and GIS, …

View Post

Getting More Results Out of the New Releases

All 0 Comments

As we learn more about the new and enhanced features in the Autodesk 2020 products, collaboration continues to float to the top. Yeah, it’s a buzz-word in the industry nowadays, and that’s because it’s changing the way projects are constructed. Organizations are working together to resolve issues and deliver successful …

View Post

NXTBLD: The Architect’s Role on Mars

and

All 0 Comments

Did you get a chance to check out the NXTBLD conference live stream on June 11?  Don’t worry if you missed it, because Rabi Sidawi was watching while eating breakfast! The annual conference explores emerging technologies for the built environment. Rabi lists his three favorite presentations below with links to …

View Post

Customer Success: CNC Machining

All 0 Comments

The designs that Ron’s company creates – wood pieces that are assembled at the construction site – are unique to each building construction project and run the gamut from pure utility to functional art. The creation process was slower and more complicated than Ron wanted and sometimes wasted raw materials, …