AUGIWorld February 2013 - Expert Advice for Beginners
You don't have to be a first-time Autodesk user to appreciate fundamentals. Everybody - regardless of number of years in the workplace - needs to get back to basics eventually. Long-time AutoCAD users just discovering Revit are, in fact, beginners. They're starting anew and they need all the advice they can get!
Fortunately for AUGIWorld readers, the February 2013 issue is packed with wisdom for those starting at "square one." Mark Flayler covers Basics for New Inventor Users. Chris Alexander offers up a lesson on Basic 3D Object Tools for Every User.
And that's just the start of what you'll learn in this issue.
Livin’ the Dream – Adam Muñoz shares some words of wisdom he literally dreamed up. And Michael Beall offers a quick tip on how to create a tool palette from blocks.
Reconstructing the Architectural Practice: Success in AECO, Revit, BIM – Jay B. Zallan presents a detailed roadmap for finding success with BIM.
Working with Spaces – Melinda Heavrin leads you through a lesson on the use of spaces in AutoCAD Architecture.
MEP Families in Ceiling Coordination – R. Robert Bell offers a step-by-step tutorial on using the Family Editor in Autodesk Revit.
Understanding Line Weight Basics – Philip Russo will assist new Revit users in controlling the visibility and appearance of objects.
Convert Civil 3D Data to SHP Files – Collaborators Christopher Pitzer and Justin Comeau present a lesson on bringing AutoCAD Civil 3D data into ArcGIS for Desktop.
Inside Track – New stuff from Autodesk and related software developers.