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2013.07.03

AUGIWorld July 2013 Issue Released!

Everybody's in management. Whether you're a CAD Manager with a staff and hardware/
software to tend, a project manager with looming deadlines, or a drafter overseeing a piece
of a bigger picture, the task of managing is yours.
The July 2013 issue of AUGIWorld offers tips for managing your environment - in whatever
form that takes. In "BIM, on a Smaller Scale" author Martijn de Riet discusses the differ-
ences between managing BIM in a large company and a small one.
Bryan Tanner covers the bases in "Managing Your Civil Design Software 
Environment,
"
which explores all aspects of management from drawings to people. In
"The BIM Manager's Balancing Act," Bill Campbell describes the challenges that BIM
managers face every day.

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Also in the July 2013 AUGIWorld...
Highs and Lows of Moving DWG into a Database – Gordon Luckett offers some stellar
tips for using a database to manage DWG files.
Fantastic Filters – Greg Hale explores the finer points of using filters in Revit Structure. 
You'll learn about using filters for documentation; management, review, and coordination;
and analysis.
Simulation, Vault, and You – John Evans shares his experiences with Autodesk
Vault and Simulation CFD and Mechanical.
On Display, in ACA – Melinda Heavrin provides a comprehensive overview of AutoCAD 
Architecture's display system.
Get a Grip on AutoCAD – Walt Sparling shows you how to get efficient with grips in 
AutoCAD. Michael Beall offers a bonus AutoCAD tip on changing the insertion point of
a block.
Revit Adaptive Components for MEP – Mark Green and Alan Jackson team up to bring 
you the features of Adaptive Components and their use in architecture, MEP, and more.
Also in this issue...
Navistools: Tools for BIM – John Foster introduces you to Navistools, which enable and 
support collaborative BIM processes and provide asset and facilities management.
AUGI Forums: String Theory – Melanie Perry with some highlights from the AUGI Forums.
Inside Track – Lee Ambrosius presents recent developments for the Autodesk world. This 
month: learning software and productivity boosters.

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