What’s so important about those Autodesk Customer Satisfaction Surveys?

August 08, 2016 By Todd Butler Leave a comment

Your email dings with another email from Autodesk… Bummer, it’s another Customer Satisfaction Survey… You don’t have the time to respond, you delete, and you move on with your day.

You've just lost an opportunity to comment on your Autodesk Channel Partner. A chance to let them know how they’re doing and how to improve their support of you, the Autodesk customer.

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Tagged with Customer Support, Customer Service, MFG, AEC, News & Events, Autodesk, CSAT

Design, Drinks & Digital Deployment at Dock1053 in Raleigh

August 02, 2016 By Lisa Brady Leave a comment

Don't miss this opportunity to tour the newly renovated Dock1053!  Learn more about this exciting project by Grubb Ventures as they take you on a tour of this amazing space. We will also hear from Kris Lengieza of Stiles Construction as he shares implementation strategies that have helped transform the way they do business and learn valuable techniques whether you are an architect, engineer, or contractor. Also, enjoy complimentary food and drinks while networking with peers in the Raleigh AEC community. 

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Tagged with Design, Raleigh, AEC, architecture, BIM, construction, Autodesk, engineering, Software Deployment, Implementation, Digital Deployment, Dock1053

Civil 3D 2017 What’s New: Pressure Pipes

May 12, 2016 By Leo Lavayen Leave a comment

In the new release of Civil 3D 2017, we gained a few more Pressure Pipe catalogs and a few more parts.  Using the SetPressureNetworkCatalog command we can see the complete list

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Tagged with Civil Engineering, Pressure Pipe, AEC, Infrastructure, Pipes Catalog, Civil 3D, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Civil Infrastructure, Civil 3D 2017

Civil 3D 2017 What’s New: Siteless Feature Lines

May 11, 2016 By Leo Lavayen Leave a comment

Since the release of Civil 3D Feature Lines, their interaction has plagued us.  We discussed this very issue in a previous 2014 blog article, Grading Gone Wrong.

 

 Autodesk took the hint and added in the use of Feature Line styles to control the Split point resolution within the Sites > Feature Lines > Properties…

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Tagged with Civil Engineering, Feature Lines, AEC, Infrastructure, Civil 3D, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Grading, Civil Infrastructure, Alignments, Software Alignment, feature line, Civil 3D 2017

Increase Profits with Autodesk's New Breakthrough Cloud Technology

May 04, 2016 By Lisa Brady Leave a comment

 

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Tagged with Building information modeling, AEC, architecture, BIM 360, BIM, construction, Autodesk, engineering, BIM 360 Docs

Understanding the AutoCAD Electrical .ENV File

April 26, 2016 By Brad Bland Leave a comment

In AutoCAD Electrical we have a WD.ENV text file that controls different environmental settings throughout the program. A user can generate their own alternate file to use instead. Always keep the original as a backup in case of file corruption.

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Tagged with AutoCAD Electrical 2015, AEC, AutoCAD, Manufacturing, AutoCAD Electrical, ENV, Environment Code

Using Autodesk Factory Design Suite to Layout More Than Just a Factory

April 25, 2016 By Brad Bland Leave a comment

If you have Factory Design Suite installed, a designer can break the mold of traditional factory layouts and design more than just a factory floor. The software can be used to layout a computer lab, break room, or the shop floor of your own building, for future renovations. Use Factory Assets to layout your current configuration of the shop floor, using existing forklifts, tool boxes, welding stations, and shelving etc.

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Tagged with Asset Management, Design, 3D, Inventor, Factory Design Suite, AEC, Autodesk Factory Design Suite, AutoCAD, Manufacturing, Autodesk, layout, factory layouts, Syncing to 3D, Syncing with AutoCAD, 2D, factory, Syncing with Inventor, Asset Browser, 3D Layout, Layer Manager, 2D Layout

To BIM, or not to BIM?

February 05, 2016 By Advanced Solutions Leave a comment

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Tagged with BIM 360 Field, Building information modeling, BIM 360 Glue, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 360, Recap, Autodesk Navisworks, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, Building Design Suite, AEC, 3ds Max, BIM 360, BIM, Navisworks, Revit, AutoCAD, Autodesk Subscription, News & Events, Autodesk ReCap, A360, A360 Collaboration for Revit, 3ds Max Design, VDC

Understanding Revit Build Numbers

December 23, 2015 By Justin Eckhardt Leave a comment

One of the most common and frustrating issues our support team deals with is trying to get everyone in an organization on the same level "Revit" playing field. If you utilize the worksharing features of Revit, Revit Architecture, or Revit MEP, then you're probably familiar with this issue.

Everyone in the worksharing group has to use the same version or build number of Revit, or face the consequences of data corruption and design errors. One of the most common support inquiries we get for Revit is, “My update won’t apply because of the following error message...”

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Tagged with Autodesk Revit, Tech Support, AEC, Infrastructure, Technology, Revit, Autodesk 2016, Manufacturing, Software, Revit Structure, Revit Architecture, Software Installation, Software Download, Software Deployment, Revit LT, Build Numbers, Software Alignment, Revit MEP, OEM Customer Download, Software Upgrades, CAD Manager, Revit R2, UR3, Software Support, Software Versions, Revit Build Numbers

Plan ahead... Don't wait!

December 07, 2015 By April Raque Leave a comment

What do you need to know about Autodesk Perpetual License Changes?

Mark Your Calendar... January 31st is the Last Day for Purchasing Autodesk Perpetual Licenses! 

What does this mean?

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Tagged with Tech Support, AEC, Infrastructure, Technology, Manufacturing, Software, News & Events, Autodesk, Autodesk Software, Network Licensing, Autodesk Maintenance Subscription, Autodesk Perpetual License

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