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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What is Autodesk Inventor R2?

November 25, 2015 By April Raque Leave a comment

For months, all anyone has talked about is R2... And for months, I've had no idea what they meant by R2. Was it a new droid in the upcoming version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Is it the new R2D2?

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Using Autodesk Products in Windows 10

October 12, 2015 By Justin Eckhardt Leave a comment

Did you upgrade to Windows 10 before checking the compatibility listings for Autodesk 2016 products?  

Now, you can join the queue of folks wondering when Autodesk will officially support Windows 10. Don’t pull out your hair or start sending deep space distress messages hidden in your robot androids, just yet... There is still hope!

To get you started, I'll address a couple of typical Windows 10 compatibility concerns and status for a few different Autodesk products.

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Explore the Future of Design with Autodesk 2016 Software

June 04, 2015 By April Raque Leave a comment

 

 

The Future Shock with Autodesk 2016 Software virtual event will begin on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 and run through Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Through the registration link, participants will be directed to a dynamic landing page with detailed descriptions of each session, event highlights, presenter biographies, a full agenda, and frequently asked questions.

Once the registration is closed and the event opens, event attendees will enter the virtual conference hall and gain access to:

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Autodesk Inventor 2016 What’s New – 3D Printing Environment

April 13, 2015 By Craig Bashor Leave a comment

Welcome back to another post about Autodesk Inventor 2016 What's New. I will be your host Bob Barker... Just kidding, my name is Craig. I was just trying to lighten the mood. Now, on with the serious and cool stuff.

It seems to me that more and more companies are investing in 3D printing and/or rapid prototyping. The market is exploding for end-users looking to purchasing a 3D printer. Some of the major 3D printing providers are Ultimaker, RepRap, Makerbot and now even Autodesk has jumped in the game with Ember. In fact, Advanced Solutions has even developed a printer for the bio-medical printer industry.


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Autodesk Inventor 2016 What's New - Home Dashboard

March 26, 2015 By Craig Bashor Leave a comment

Ahhh... Spring is in the air, the snow has melted, the temperature is rising, and the days are lasting longer. During this time of the year, many people increase their physical activities and others have to increase their mental activities.

This spring Autodesk is releasing its 2016 products and those who enjoy receiving new products, love this time of year. Even more important, those who love receiving new products, also like to know what new enhancements and tools can be used to increase their design and documentation efficiency. In this post, I will touch on the Home dashboard for Autodesk Inventor 2016.

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