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AUGIWorld January 2013 - Level Up!

With the end-of-the-world business behind us, it's time to look forward to a year replete with new challenges to meet and goals to achieve. Autodesk product users, never ones to let their skills get stale, will no doubt push themselves to become ever more efficient in 2013.

The January 2013 issue of AUGIWorld is a good place to get started on the year-long quest for excellence. Edwin Prakoso shows you how to Do More with Fewer AutoCAD Tools and offers some great time-saving tips.

For Navisworks Manage users, Mark Hunter demonstrates how to slash time spent on clash detection in Thousands of Clashes in a Thousand Seconds. And John Evans has an interesting take on Communicating Simulation with Showcase Rendering.

Also in the January 2013 AUGIWorld...

Display Themes and You – AutoCAD Architecture expert Melinda Heavrin explores the software's "under-appreciated" Display Themes tool.

Myth Buster: Revit & IFC, Part 2 – An article in the September 2012 issue led to a lot of feedback and the need for a sequel, so Martijn de Riet revisits IFC handling with Revit.

Plumb It, Don't Plummet – Dave Benscoter presents an option for creating plumbing systems in Revit MEP in a multi-model workflow process without disrupting that process between the architect and the plumbing engineer/designer.

Post-Tensioned Concrete Slabs – Anamaria Brown has developed a procedure for adding and modifying tendons (2D) by creating a number of new Revit families that can be used again and again.

BIM and Civil 3D – Fact or Fiction? – Andrew Walther sheds light on how AutoCAD Civil 3D software relates to BIM.

Also in this issue...

(SMART)x Game Changers – James Salmon begins a new series for the Built industry. The goal is to open thought leaders' eyes regarding the value of IPD, BIM, and lean processes.
Inside Track – See what's new in Autodesk and related software items.


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