AUGIWorld January 2013 - Level Up!
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.