How To Guide: Combining (merging) Surfaces

October 30, 2017 By Leo Lavayen Leave a comment

The question comes up often on how to merge surfaces.  Autodesk has an 11 step process listed on the web, but I found it only applies to particular scenarios and doesn’t fully explain other options.         

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Tagged with Surface, AutoCAD Civil 3D

Advanced Solutions PLM Presents “Keeping the Fusion in Fusion Lifecycle: How to Deliver a Successful Project” at Autodesk University Fall 2017

October 26, 2017 By Lisa Brady Leave a comment

Join Katelyn Wilson, PLM Specialist from Advanced Solutions and Andree Cordts, Director of NPI for Oxygen Development, at Autodesk University 2017 as they take a dive into what it takes to prepare for a successful Fusion Lifecycle implementation.

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Tagged with Autodesk PLM 360, Autodesk University, Autodesk Fusion

Revit Parameters have gone GLOBAL!!!

October 25, 2017 By Jamie Owens Leave a comment

Whether you are a novice or expert Revit user, you likely noticed the many different types of parameters: Family, Project, Shared, and Global Parameters.  Here is a review of the differences between each parameter and some good applications for each parameter type.

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Fave Five Revit 2018 Features!!!

October 10, 2017 By Jamie Owens Leave a comment

Recently I gave a presentation on the new features of AutoCAD, Revit, and Navisworks 2018 at the Central Florida Contractors BIM User Group.  A member of the group asked me, “What is your favorite new feature?” Answering this question is complicated with so many new features from which to choose. So, I figured I would give you, not one but five of my favorite new or enhanced Revit 2018 features. With the release of Revit 2018.1, I decided to include that version as well.    

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Tagged with Autodesk Revit, Autodesk, Revit New Features

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