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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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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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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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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.

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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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O365 is Sold Here!

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

O365 is Sold Here!   < style="margin-bottom: -25px;" img class="alignnone wp-image-2265" src="https://www.asti.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Microsoft-Gold-Logo-New-300x86.jpg" alt="" width="447" height="128" /> Did you know that Applied Software also offers Office 365 and Azure products? Applied …

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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.

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 …

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 …

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