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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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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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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"Good Question", you say!
As the building industry evolves, design and construction firms are delivering more valuable information to building owners and operators, through the use of BIM-enabled processes. Owners are increasingly requiring BIM, due to its ability to help make better decisions early in the design process, as well as the long-term benefits it can provide for facilities and operations management.
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Why Networked Software Beats Out Standalone for Project Teams
Does your project team run its Autodesk software applications on their individual computers? If you’re still working in an environment where every individual is running software applications as standalone licenses, you may want to consider adopting a networked license approach to maximize efficiency within your organization.
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You've captured your building data and created your Reality Capture project, whether it was with Laser Scans or a Camera... Now you need to share it with your team. Let’s take a look at the steps you’ll take to invite people to view your project in the A360 Cloud.
The Ohio State University started requiring Building Information Modeling (BIM) on projects this year. Ohio State knows, as the building industry evolves, working within a fully engaged BIM project team becomes imperative to the lifecycle of a building.
On September 23rd, you'll be able to meet the team of industry experts responsible for the development of OSU's BIM Standards at the Partnering with Owners on BIM luncheon.
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BIM might very well be the goose that laid the golden egg for building owners. As the building industry continues to evolve, design and construction firms are delivering more valuable information to building owners and operators through the use of BIM-enabled processes.
Why not, Give Owners What They Want?
Have you ever wanted to use some of your Detail Components in a Repeating Detail and wondered… “How can I create a Revit Repeating Detail? The Brick Repeating Detail works for Brick Detailing, but I need a repeating detail from other Detail components.”
Let’s take a look at creating a Repeating Detail for Steel Decking in a Roof Detail.
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