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Autodesk University Class Voting Open!

In All by Ryan CunninghamLeave a Comment

The Autodesk Univesity 2018 class voting started today and lasts approximately a month. Several members from the Applied Software technical staff will be back at AU this year teaching classes, so let us know the classes you are interested in by voting for the classes our techs have submitted below!

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A Success Story: Wohnrade Civil Engineers Leading UAS Development

In All by Cassandra VagherLeave a Comment

Mary Wohnrade, P.E., is soft-spoken and humble, yet, when you ask her about her work her eyes light up, and you can feel her excitement. “We are at the forefront of developing precision UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) topographic mapping and then using it for final civil engineering design,” she says.

Wohnrade is the owner and principal engineer of Wohnrade Civil Engineers (WCE). The progressive firm is comprised of six key team members based out of Broomfield, Colorado for the past 16 years. The firm provides civil engineering services, precision UAS aerial mapping services, and virtual reality (VR) modeling for both the public and private sectors. Wohnrade has the distinct honor of declaring that her firm is one of the “select few early adopters of UAS technology in the State of Colorado and in the United States.”

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Civil 3D Description Key Basics (Part 1)

In All by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

I’m surprised that after all these years there are folks who are not fully aware of how description keys work in Civil 3D. This is my attempt to better clarify them.  

This is part 1 of a series explaining how Civil 3D description keys work and how to manage them:

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Activating Autodesk Entitlement Products

In All by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

First off. . .what is an entitlement product? These are the products such as Recap Pro, Infraworks, BIM 360 Design, BIM 360 Docs, Green Building Design, Revit Live, Insight, Fusion 360, Simulation for Fusion 360, Formit, and Cloud Rendering.  These products require access to the internet and, for some actions, cloud credits. 

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Director of AEC Sales Earns MBA

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

In a company like Applied Software® where customer and industry needs are always changing, it’s important that everyone on our team continues to learn and grow professionally. With that mission in mind, we’re pleased to congratulate Brad Kramer, our director of AEC Sales who recently earned his MBA from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business.

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Bluebeam Revu – Compare Documents vs. Overlay Pages, Why Not Both?

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Brian HaileyLeave a Comment

The other day I was with a client and showing them some of the features available in the new Bluebeam Revu 2018, and they asked if they could somehow get the functionality of the Compare Documents and the Overlay Pages at the same time. There’s no way that I know of to get either command to duplicate the functionality of the other one but, there is a nice trick you can do.

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eVolve 2.0 – New Families

In All, Construction, Fabrication by Mike MasseyLeave a Comment

eVolve 2.0 has over 87 new or modified families.  This is the largest increase in content since the product was first created.  Most of the new content was added because of customers’ requests.  I will try to give a brief overview of the some of the new content that has been added in the new release.

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Bluebeam Revu – Compare Documents vs. Overlay Pages, Why Not Both?

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Brian HaileyLeave a Comment

The other day I was with a client and showing them some of the features available in the new Bluebeam Revu 2018, and they asked if they could somehow get the functionality of the Compare Documents and the Overlay Pages at the same time. There’s no way that I know of to get either command to duplicate the functionality of the other one but, there is a nice trick you can do.

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Geolocating Revit Models for Use in InfraWorks

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Coordinate Geolocation and customize a 3D view in Revit for importing a model to InfraWorks. To import a Revit model to InfraWorks you need to ensure that the Revit model has the correct physical location data and that an appropriate 3D view is available. The topics in this section provide the steps you need to ensure that your model …

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System Requirements for Revit 2019

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, IT Services by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

On April 17, 2018 Autodesk published a very useful article about the System Requirements for Revit 2019. What’s great about it, is that the main hardware configurations are workflow related. Below I have outlined a modified SUMMARY of my top recommendations:   Minimum: Entry-Level Configuration Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or …

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VR in 3Ds Max Interactive 2019

In All, Architecture and Engineering by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Autodesk’s 3Ds Max Interactive helps produce visually stunning, immersive, and interactive experiences of every kind. It includes a real-time engine that you’ll use to experience your 3D content on multiple platforms — including desktop, mobile devices, game consoles, over the Web, and on virtual reality and augmented reality (VR & AR) devices. With the accompanying set of editing tools, you can build up your scenes and make them come to life with interactive behaviors and visual effects.

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Revit: Little known or used Modify Tools (The Clipboard)

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Gabe HernandezLeave a Comment

In my next few blog post I will be discussing and demonstrating little known or unused modify tools in Revit. Because in Revit you can forget some of these tools, or you might take a different approach. These tools can help make you more productive, and streamline some basic processes. As a result users will gain simple steps and methods to add to your Revit experience.

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Keep Your Revit and CAD Files Properly Coordinated Geometrically

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Matt DillonLeave a Comment

In the last 15 or so years that I’ve been teaching and supporting Revit users from all disciplines, certain common coordination issues keep re-surfacing. Many of them have to do with a simple lack of communication between the various design team members, but one in particular that can cause a huge amount of frustration for all team members can be easily avoided if a few basic steps are followed at the beginning of the project.

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Uncovering Errors in Autodesk Revit Templates

In All, Architecture and Engineering by Matt DillonLeave a Comment

Recently, I was tweaking a Dynamo graph – adding functionality to write level information out to an Excel spreadsheet. In the process of developing this simple graph, I uncovered an error in the default Architectural template that ships with Autodesk Revit 2018.2 (default.rte). I haven’t checked yet, but I suspect that this same error exists in the other Revit templates, perhaps going back several releases. Relax. It’s not a HUGE error, and I doubt it’s causing a lot of problems, but being the OCD individual that I am, I felt it was worth correcting. To find out what the error is, you can view this VERY short Screencast video:

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Bluebeam Revu – Compare Documents vs. Overlay Pages, Why Not Both?

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Brian HaileyLeave a Comment

The other day I was with a client and showing them some of the features available in the new Bluebeam Revu 2018, and they asked if they could somehow get the functionality of the Compare Documents and the Overlay Pages at the same time. There’s no way that I know of to get either command to duplicate the functionality of the other one but, there is a nice trick you can do.

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eVolve 2.0 – New Families

In All, Construction, Fabrication by Mike MasseyLeave a Comment

eVolve 2.0 has over 87 new or modified families.  This is the largest increase in content since the product was first created.  Most of the new content was added because of customers’ requests.  I will try to give a brief overview of the some of the new content that has been added in the new release.

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Geolocating Revit Models for Use in InfraWorks

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Coordinate Geolocation and customize a 3D view in Revit for importing a model to InfraWorks. To import a Revit model to InfraWorks you need to ensure that the Revit model has the correct physical location data and that an appropriate 3D view is available. The topics in this section provide the steps you need to ensure that your model …

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System Requirements for Revit 2019

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, IT Services by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

On April 17, 2018 Autodesk published a very useful article about the System Requirements for Revit 2019. What’s great about it, is that the main hardware configurations are workflow related. Below I have outlined a modified SUMMARY of my top recommendations:   Minimum: Entry-Level Configuration Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or …

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Revit: Little known or used Modify Tools (The Clipboard)

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Gabe HernandezLeave a Comment

In my next few blog post I will be discussing and demonstrating little known or unused modify tools in Revit. Because in Revit you can forget some of these tools, or you might take a different approach. These tools can help make you more productive, and streamline some basic processes. As a result users will gain simple steps and methods to add to your Revit experience.

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360 Sync Update Released!

In All, Construction by Michael ReuterLeave a Comment

Autodesk recently improved some of their APIs associated with Document Management, and because of that, we’re happy to announce that a new version of 360 Sync is available! This new version (Version 2.7.2.3298) doesn’t add any new functionality to 360 Sync, however, it does address some of the API changes. So, if you are experiencing some strange activity with 360 Sync then it’s probably time to update!

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Keep Your Revit and CAD Files Properly Coordinated Geometrically

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction by Matt DillonLeave a Comment

In the last 15 or so years that I’ve been teaching and supporting Revit users from all disciplines, certain common coordination issues keep re-surfacing. Many of them have to do with a simple lack of communication between the various design team members, but one in particular that can cause a huge amount of frustration for all team members can be easily avoided if a few basic steps are followed at the beginning of the project.

What is the Building Material of the Future?

In Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Last December Autodesk’s Matt Alderton published an article in the RedShift newsletter describing Carbon Fiber as the choice material of the future. Innovations in composite materials and robotic-fabrication techniques will no doubt change the way we construct building in the future. Building such as the Research-Pavilion at University-of-Stuttgart, and others enjoy …

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eVolve 2.0 – New Families

In All, Construction, Fabrication by Mike MasseyLeave a Comment

eVolve 2.0 has over 87 new or modified families.  This is the largest increase in content since the product was first created.  Most of the new content was added because of customers’ requests.  I will try to give a brief overview of the some of the new content that has been added in the new release.

What is the Building Material of the Future?

In Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Last December Autodesk’s Matt Alderton published an article in the RedShift newsletter describing Carbon Fiber as the choice material of the future. Innovations in composite materials and robotic-fabrication techniques will no doubt change the way we construct building in the future. Building such as the Research-Pavilion at University-of-Stuttgart, and others enjoy …

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The Single Source of Truth for Construction Data

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication, Manufacturing by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Recently in its Connect and Construct Blog [ https://connect.bim360.autodesk.com/ ] Autodesk published “5 Ways Disconnected Construction Data is Hurting Project Performance” [ https://connect.bim360.autodesk.com/disconnected-construction-data ]. This article contains very interesting diagrams depicting The Single Source of Truth in regards to Construction Collaboration. Download the Free “Beginner’s Guide To Connecting Construction Data and Documents” …

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Revit 2018.2 Update: A Few Goodies for All Disciplines

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Revit 2018.2 Update:  A Few Goodies for All Disciplines   Harlan Brumm with Autodesk wrote: “Revit 2018.2 update has a few goodies that provide improvements for all disciplines.” These new features will benefit everyone, regardless of your discipline. Check it out here: What’s New in Revit 2018.2 All Disciplines Improved Section box …

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Navis 2018 NOT Loading Object Enabler

In All, Fabrication by David Ronson3 Comments

Navis 2018 NOT Loading Object Enabler   Problem – When loading .dwg into Navisworks 2018, Fabrication elements are not displayed Cause – Path in the Registry is pointed to the wrong folder Solution – Fix the Registry Step 1a) DONT LOAD DWGs INTO NAVIS – see previous vlog for details …

Autodesk Fabrication ESTmep Security Alert

In All, Fabrication by Scott HendricksLeave a Comment

A word of warning to all companies using Autodesk Fabrication ESTmep, your CAD department may be sharing all your costing and labor information without even knowing it. The Autodesk Fabrication CADmep Configuration Editor has a setting that reads “Do NOT Save Est Tables with DWG Database”. This option is unchecked …

Creating Design Line Symbols In Opus

In All, Fabrication by Garrett TiceLeave a Comment

Creating Design Line Symbols In Opus This video will display how to create symbols for use in design line, within OPUS. Using CADmep when placing a node onto the design line, a symbol appears indicating what item you placed as a node.

Managing Multiple Sheet Sizes with CAMduct

In All, Fabrication by Garrett TiceLeave a Comment

Managing Multiple Sheet Sizes with CAMduct I often see different companies with multiple locations utilizing one database. However, at those multiple locations they have different hardware available on the floor. An example would be Location A having one size of plasma requiring certain sheet sizes and Location B requiring a …

View and Sheet Creator

In All, Fabrication by Rick BuckmanLeave a Comment

View and Sheet Creator Want to see what all the fuss is about ? eVolve’s new view and sheet creator is now available in the latest version of eVolve. It allows you to set up spools using phases, worksets, or a .txt file. For detailed instructions view the link below. Let us …

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System Requirements for Revit 2019

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, IT Services by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

On April 17, 2018 Autodesk published a very useful article about the System Requirements for Revit 2019. What’s great about it, is that the main hardware configurations are workflow related. Below I have outlined a modified SUMMARY of my top recommendations:   Minimum: Entry-Level Configuration Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or …

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O365 is Sold Here!

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

Did you know that Applied Software also offers Office 365 and Azure products? Applied Software offers a wide selection of great products. One of my personal favorites are the Microsoft Office 365 products. Not only is Microsoft Office the product everyone uses it is the most flexible.   Depending on your …

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Robots In the Workplace

In All, IT Services by Clinton CookLeave a Comment

Robots In the Workplace   Recently we heard Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost discuss automation in the workplace and the effects it will have on our workforce during his keynote presentation at Autodesk University this year. I share his optimistic view and I think the below video summarizes Andrew’s thoughts of …

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Bad Rabbit – Ransomware Outbreak

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

Bad Rabbit – Ransomware Outbreak   There is a worldwide outbreak of the Bad Rabbit Ransomware.   Below is an excellent article on what you need to know to protect yourself.   Read on and be safe.    https://blog.knowbe4.com/worldwide-bad-rabbit-ransomware-outbreak-starts-with-social-engineering

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Security Alert – CCleaner Users Beware

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

Security Alert – CCleaner Users Beware   CCLeaner  – Certain versions of the product made available between August 15,2017 and September 12, 2017 contained malware added by a hacker.   Please see attached article for more details. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/how-to/security/ccleaner-malware-incident-what-you-need-to-know-and-how-to-remove/

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Blueborne exposes Millions of devices

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

Blueborne exposes Millions of devices   Armis labs revealed a new attack vector that exposes millions of devices that use bluetooth.  The attack is as close to actual airborne virus in the computer world that you can imagine.  This story is so under reported due to other recent news stories (Equifax, …

To Uninstall/Reinstall? That Is The Question!

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

To Uninstall/Reinstall? That is the Question! Most of us are well aware of the licensing change that is going on with Autodesk software.  The move to subscription software from traditional perpetual licenses has left some users questioning. . . “Do I need to uninstall my current software and reinstall it …

Autodesk Offers Cloud Based Workflow Software

In All, IT Services by Clinton CookLeave a Comment

Autodesk Offers Cloud Based Workflow Software Autodesk is beginning to promote a new free offering called Praxis. Praxis is similar to Microsoft Visio for workflow mapping with the exception that Praxis is currently being offered for free and it is also cloud based. It could be used as a great …

Basic Maintenance to Ensure Smooth Sailing

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Basic Maintenance to Ensure Smooth Sailing There are times when you’ll be working in a drawing and you find that it’s slow to navigate (pan and zoom), save, or just simply work in the file.  Before you do your best Bruce Lee impression on the system you might want to …

Autodesk License Service – 5.1.5 HotFix

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Autodesk License Service – 5.1.5 HotFix. . .A very important update! Users of Autodesk 2018 products who are running single-user subscriptions may experience intermittent crashes. The crash occurs when it has been 24 hours or more since the last successful authorization check. What exactly does that mean?  For term licenses, …

Autodesk Network License Installation Guide (Step 1)

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Autodesk Network License Installation Guide (Step 1): How to generate an Autodesk network license file You’ve purchased your network software and you’re ready to install it.  The first step you need to take to install your network software is to generate a license file. There are three ways to generate …

How to install Autodesk Network Licensed Software

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

How to install Autodesk Network Licensed Software You’ve purchased your network software and you’re ready to install it, but the burden of installing the network software is new to you and appears overwhelming.  It’s actually a very easy process and only requires 4 simple steps.  These are steps along with …

Autodesk Network Installation Guide (Step 3)

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Autodesk Network Installation Guide (Step 3): Configuring the Autodesk License Manager By now you’ve found and installed the Autodesk Netowork License Manager.  If not, I recommend reading our “Where to find and how to install the Autodesk Network License Manager” guide. If installed correctly, you should now see an LMTools icon …

Autodesk Network License Installation Guide (Step 2)

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Autodesk Network License Installation Guide (Step 2): Where to find and how to install the Autodesk Network License Manager Assuming you’ve completed step 1 and obtained an Autodesk network license file, you’re now ready to install the Autodesk Network License Manager (aka ADLM or LM Tools). This step is the …

Autodesk Network Installation Guide (Step 4)

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Autodesk Network Installation Guide (Step 4): Install the Autodesk Network Software You’re ready!  You’ve obtained your network license file and installed and configured the Autodesk Network License Manager.  If not I recommend reading these first: Step 1:  How to generate an Autodesk network license file Step 2:  Where to find …

SSA 2017 Installation Error 1721

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

SSA 2017 Installation Error 1721 Lately we’ve been receiving quite a few phone calls regarding an issue where the installer fails installing SSA 2017 with an error 1721. Just last week Autodesk released this solution: The Installer Fails Installing SSA with Error 1721

Trouble Downloading Autodesk Software

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Trouble Downloading Autodesk Software You’re attempting to download your Autodesk software but you keep getting errors or it keeps backing out of the download. The odds are you’re probably downloading your software via the “Download Now” or “Install Now” method.                     …

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The Single Source of Truth for Construction Data

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication, Manufacturing by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

Recently in its Connect and Construct Blog [ https://connect.bim360.autodesk.com/ ] Autodesk published “5 Ways Disconnected Construction Data is Hurting Project Performance” [ https://connect.bim360.autodesk.com/disconnected-construction-data ]. This article contains very interesting diagrams depicting The Single Source of Truth in regards to Construction Collaboration. Download the Free “Beginner’s Guide To Connecting Construction Data and Documents” …

Inventor 2018.1 Update Focus – Project Objects

In All, Manufacturing by Dave MorseLeave a Comment

Inventor 2018.1 Update Focus – Project Objects as Construction Geometry In Autodesk Inventor, we’ve all enjoyed the ability to project objects (edges) while in the sketch environment, since the dawn of time.  In addition, our understanding of how Inventor interprets acceptable geometry for 3D operations such as Extrude, Revolve, and …

Vault Professional 2018 – Incorrect Licensing

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication, Manufacturing by Dave MorseLeave a Comment

Vault Professional 2018 – Incorrect Licensing While working on installing my 2018 Autodesk products, I ran into an issue with the licensing mode of Vault Professional 2018. During the installation of the Vault Server, I noticed there is no option for selecting Standalone licensing, however, inputting the standalone serial number …

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Interoperability

In All, Manufacturing by Jason MilesLeave a Comment

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Interoperability AnyCAD and Translator Enhancements AnyCAD Enhancements (not available in Inventor LT) Newer Versions of AnyCAD Formats are Supported  You must have the latest updates installed for your version of Inventor. Updates can be downloaded via the Autodesk desktop app or from manage.autodesk.com …

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Drawing

In All, Manufacturing by Jason MilesLeave a Comment

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Drawings Drawing Open Enhancements The following changes occur in the lower section of the File Open dialog box:   The Find command is accessed via an icon  in the lower left section between the Help button and Quick Launch commands.  The Last Saved …

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Assemblies

In All, Manufacturing by Jason MilesLeave a Comment

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Assemblies Shrinkwrap and BIM Content Enhancements   Shrinkwrap tools have been enhanced for more control, improved user interface, and an improved workflow. The following are highlights of those improvements:   Access: Shrinkwrap is immediately accessible on the Assembly tab in the Simplification panel. …

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Parts

In All, Manufacturing by Jason MilesLeave a Comment

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – Parts   Model-Based Definition   Model-Based Definition (MBD), is a powerful new set of tools for adding annotations, GD&T, and other manufacturing information directly to a 3D part. Tip: Be sure to check out the guided tutorial in the gallery to help you …

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – General

In All, Manufacturing by Jason Miles1 Comment

What’s New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 – General Productivity and Performance Enhancements   Productivity Improvements Easier access to Express mode Open for assemblies. In drawing views, a delay has been added to the view update when you are editing the scale. The delay allows you to enter the new scale …

iLogic Design Copy

In All, Manufacturing by Scott HallmarkLeave a Comment

iLogic Design Copy Using iLogic Design Copy is a great way to copy an assembly that is set up to drive parts from an assembly by using iLogic code.  The process to do this is fairly simple. Make sure no files are open in Inventor.  The command will not exist …

Inventor 2017.3.1 Update (for Customers with S

In All, Manufacturing by Jason MilesLeave a Comment

Inventor 2017.3.1 Update (for Customers with Subscription)    Inventor 2017.3.1 Update (for Customers with Subscription)   Description of the Issues Addressed: When creating Break Out View Depth does not recognize tapped hole feature as selection with ‘To Hole’ option BOM export to xls no longer preserves trailing zero’s Shape Generator …

Inventor Hole and Thread Note Errors

In All, Manufacturing by Dave MorseLeave a Comment

Inventor Hole and Thread Note Errors In this post I wanted to share with you a discovery I made recently while teaching an Inventor fundamentals class.  I was actually demonstrating the new DWG Underlay functionality, and afterwards, illustrating the annotation tools within Inventor, including the Hole Note tool.  What I …

If It’s Broke, Here’s a Workaround – Inventor

In All, Manufacturing by Dave MorseLeave a Comment

If It’s Broke, Here’s a Workaround – Inventor 2017 CC A vast majority of software installs go without a hitch.  Inventor is no exception.  Occasionally though, installs can appear to go smoothly and it’s not until you try to use certain functionality, that you realize that there are some problems. …

Importance of IoT in Manufacturing: Get There

In All, Manufacturing by Amy WorthyLeave a Comment

Importance of IoT in Manufacturing: Get There with Fusion Connect By now, you’ve probably heard of the Internet of Things (IoT). You may even be a bit tired of hearing this buzzword. Like it or not, it’s much more than a buzzword, and it’s changing the way we work from …

Vaulting an Un-Vaulted Inventor Design

In All, Manufacturing by Dennis HowellLeave a Comment

Vaulting an Un-Vaulted Inventor Design Administrators of Vault can pack Inventor designs into Vault easily and in bulk via the Autoloader.  However, often times an Inventor user, who isn’t on the Admin list, has built an Inventor model or assembly ‘on the side’ and is ready to add it into …

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Director of AEC Sales Earns MBA

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

In a company like Applied Software® where customer and industry needs are always changing, it’s important that everyone on our team continues to learn and grow professionally. With that mission in mind, we’re pleased to congratulate Brad Kramer, our director of AEC Sales who recently earned his MBA from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business.

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Applied Software Announces Partnership with ManufactOn

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator for the architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today its partnership with ManufactOn, provider of a collaborative, cloud and mobile solution for prefab production and supply chain management. ManufactOn is a SaaS (mobile/web) platform that helps construction firms plan, track and manage both prefabrication and regular material handling.

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Applied Software Acquires CAD-1

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, fabrication and manufacturing industries, announced today its acquisition of CAD-1, an Autodesk® Gold Partner and Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) with extensive expertise in consulting services delivery, software, training and support. CAD-1’s specialists have a deep understanding of the industry’s design needs and decades of experience developing effective solutions for customers. The acquisition expands Applied Software’s deep bench of skilled developers, trainers and service professionals with the additional skills of the CAD-1 team.

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Applied Software Named First U.S. Reseller Partner for dRofus

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

dRofus further expands Applied Software’s broad solutions portfolio for the AEC industries  ATLANTA – January 25, 2018 – Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today its partnership with dRofus, developer of the unique dRofus planning, data management and BIM collaboration tool that …

Applied Software Honored with 2017 Autodesk Platinum Club Award in “New Subscriptions Sold” Category

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

Applied Software Honored with 2017 Autodesk Platinum Club Award in “New Subscriptions Sold” Category ATLANTA, March 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today it has received a 2017 Autodesk Platinum Club award in the “New Subscriptions Sold” (USA/CDN) …

Applied Software Expands its Solutions Portfolio with Xinaps

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

Applied Software Expands its Solutions Portfolio with Xinaps ATLANTA, Feb. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator in the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today its partnership with Xinaps, developer of a suite of plug-ins that ensures data quality validation and compliance with local building regulations …

Applied Software Joins FenestraPro Global Reseller Network

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

Applied Software Joins FenestraPro Global Reseller Network ATLANTA, Nov. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator in the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today it has joined the FenestraPro global reseller network and will sell, train and support FenestraPro. Facade performance software that is an add-in to Autodesk Revit, …

Applied Software Named Exclusive North American Reseller of RADAR Construction Software

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

ATLANTA, March 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, is now the exclusive supplier of RADAR Construction Management Software in North America. RADAR is a cloud-based construction management application that provides intuitive and collaborative management tools for specialty trade contractors. Since it is cloud-based, it …

Applied Software Acquires Tekni

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

ATLANTA, Feb. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, Construction and Manufacturing industries, announced today the acquisition of Tekni, a reseller of Autodesk software for the manufacturing marketplace headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri. Since 1989, Tekni has focused on helping companies successfully deploy Autodesk Digital Prototyping solutions, enabling data management and …

Applied Software Launches 360 Sync for Improved Customer Data Integration

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

ATLANTA, Dec. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, today announced the launch of 360 Sync, a patent-pending platform for rapid custom development and deployment of BIM 360 Field data to back office systems.360 Sync gives developers the ability to accelerate creation of sync …

Applied Software Partners with GeoShack, Beck Technology and Southwire BEM Software at Autodesk University 2015

In All, Press Release by Todd WeyandtLeave a Comment

ATLANTA, Dec. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today that it will be exhibiting alongside partners GeoShack, Beck Technology and Southwire BEM Software at Autodesk University (AU), December 1-3 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. The partnering companies will be showcasing a wide range of …

Applied Software Acquires Enceptia!

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ATLANTA, Oct. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator to the AEC, Construction and Manufacturing industries, announced today the acquisition of Enceptia® (formerly known as DC CADD), a design technology firm that provides innovative solutions to building, fabrication, infrastructure and manufacturing companies. In addition to establishing Applied Software as the leading …

Applied Software Acquires Technical Sales International

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Applied Software Acquires Technical Sales International   ATLANTA and ROCKLIN, Calif., Aug. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Applied Software®, a leading systems integrator and consultant to the AEC, construction and manufacturing industries, announced today its acquisition of Technical Sales International (TSI), LLC, an Autodesk® Gold Partner specializing in fabrication and construction solutions for the MEP industry. The purchase …

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