2016.03.17

AUGI HotNews -- March 2016, Issue No. 154

HotNews
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The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections — AUGI Forums (hot topics), Special Announcements (from AUGI), HP Z Workstations, AUGI Library (recently published articles), Heads Up (Service Patches and Updates for Autodesk products), Autodesk News (news relating to Autodesk), Want to Volunteer?, AUGI Members’ Blogs…

2016.03.03

AUGIWorld March 2016 Issue Released!

AUGIWorld March 2016
A common denominator among all Autodesk product users—newbies and veterans alike—is a love for tips and tricks. These productivity boosting hints are part of every user’s software arsenal and it seems the longer you’re in the business, the longer your list of these handy helpers.

Fortunately for everyone, AUGI members love to share their knowledge with others! The March 2016 issue of AUGIWorld is devoted to tips & tricks from our experts.

Kicking it off is Jaiprakash Pandey showing you how to keep your go-to AutoCAD tools close by in his article, “Easy Access to Favorite Tools.”

And in the CAD Manager column, “A Tip of the Hat to Old Tricks,” Mark Kiker helps you keep your software usage tricks in order, including recognizing when it’s time to retire some of your long-time favorites.

And there’s much more in this issue… enjoy!

Also in the March 2016 AUGIWorld…

Streamlined Rendering in ACA — Melinda Heavrin steps you through the rendering process in AutoCAD Architecture 2016. Learn how to create, apply, and modify materials.

Peer-to-Peer Learning Resources — Melanie Perry provides advice for navigating the AUGI Forums and putting a wealth of information at your fingertips.

Tricks with Scripts — Brian Chapman presents time-saving tips for designers with 3ds MaxScript language.

Using Revit Structure for More Than “Revit Structure” — Jean Goyat and Kaushal Dwan demonstrate some tips for using Revit Structure that smooth construction workflow.

Intel Integrated Graphics — Author Robert Green shows why integrated graphics, as opposed to add-on graphics cards, can bring better results.

Bridge Modeling — Oliver Langwich shares some insight from a feasibility study he conducted regarding German bridge modeling using Revit Structure.

Also in this issue…

Grade On! — Gabrielle DeAnda finds a lot to like about AutoCAD Civil 3D for grading projects.

Formulas & Families — Todd Shackelford helps Revit MEP users truly improve the design process by using formulas and families to handle redundant tasks.

When BIM Is BIM… Comparing AutoCAD BIM and Revit BIM — In the first in a series of articles, David Butts defines the common features in a BIM approach using different software products.

Helpful Tips for InfraWorks 360 — Tony Carcamo offers a handful of tips for improving your use of InfraWorks 360 and Civil 3D 2016 software.

Inside Track — Brian Andresen finds three productivity-boosting products for users. First, EasyGrid helps create grid lines easily and quickly. IRhino 3D lets users view Rhino 3DM files on their tablets, phones, and more. Finally, REVITKeys gives you a list of 158 keyboard combinations for Revit versions 2010–2012.

AUGIWorld March 2016 Issue Released!

2016.02.18

AUGI HotNews -- February 2016, Issue No. 153

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The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections — AUGI Forums (hot topics), Special Announcements (from AUGI), HP Z Workstations, AUGI Library (recently published articles), Heads Up (Service Patches and Updates for Autodesk products), Autodesk News (news relating to Autodesk), Want to Volunteer?, AUGI Members’ Blogs…

2016.02.04

AUGIWorld February 2016 Issue Released!

AUGIWorld February 2016
We’ve all been beginners at one time or another. Those in the design world often must start at the beginning—with new software, with a new twist on a familiar technique, or with something as perspective altering as BIM.

In the February 2016 issue of AUGIWorld,our experts offer great advice for everyone, from AutoCAD newbies to those just getting started with Revit Structure.

In “BIM for Beginners: An Introduction to Building Information Modeling within Infrastructure Projects,” Michelle Rasmussen focuses on three key benefits of working with BIM models,

And Sam Lucido helps AutoCAD beginners find their way to great learning resources in “CAD Advice from an Expert Elite.”

There is much more in this issue—for beginners and everyone else.

Also in the February 2016 AUGIWorld…

Two-Click Coordination — Jerad Meidinger presents a dramatically simplified procedure that allows Revit MEP users to visually coordinate Revit model elements.

Don’t Over Kick the Revit Coverage — Jay B. Zallan expounds on the beauty of simple workflows.

What Makes Revit Structure Different — Jason Boehning puts Revit Structure users on the path toward mastery learning.

Annotations in AutoCAD Architecture — Melinda Heavrin explores AutoCAD Architecture 2016’s annotation capabilities from keynotes to callouts, and more.

Also in this issue…

Understanding Your Processor Options — Robert Green helps design professionals become discriminating hardware buyers.

Retopologizing a Mesh in 3ds Max — Brian Chapman offers a tutorial on “creating from scratch” or retopology with 3ds Max tools.

At the Risk of Repeating Myself, Let Me Repeat That — Mark Kiker demonstrates how media mixing can help with the all-important task of communicating.

Inside Track — Brian Andresen devotes this month’s column to Autodesk’s BIM 360.

AUGIWorld February 2016 Issue Released!

2016.01.21

AUGI HotNews -- January 2016, Issue No. 152

HotNews
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The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections — AUGI Forums (hot topics), Special Announcements (from AUGI), HP Z Workstations, AUGI Library (recently published articles), Heads Up (Service Patches and Updates for Autodesk products), Autodesk News (news relating to Autodesk), Want to Volunteer?, AUGI Members’ Blogs…

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