2021.08.05

AUGIWorld August 2021 -- Managing Your Workflows, Staff and Projects

AUGIWorld August 2021
Nothing beats experience. Join us as seasoned professionals within the AEC Industries share their wisdom and experiences managing workflows, staff and projects.

Read about how our authors accomplish this using the latest in computer technologies.

In the August issue:

BIM Management Mistakes To Live By — Jason Lush takes a look at a few lessons learned on mistakes easily made on the way to BIM Management success and how they can be turned into a successful journey.

Autodesk Civil 3D: Simple Management Tips — The management team outlines several of the topics they would be sure to spend a bit more time getting up to speed on.

Scene Management with Pulze for 3ds Max — Brian Chapman talks about the Pulze Scene Manager being an interface built to work with 3ds Max for scene management.

Leadership Cloning — Mark Kiker explains what leadership cloning is and how you probably think you are a good leader and think that others who pattern their leadership after what you have learned will be good leaders also. Also adding that as you bring people along, they will start to act like you.

Revit Project Setup in a Multi-Trade Environment — Eric Wing article talks about basic production and discussing his checklist and how he starts every project regardless of the size.

Letter from the Editor (The Beginning!) — Todd Rogers talks about stepping up to the job of Editor in Chief and more about him and his plans for AUGI.

Inside Track — Brian Andresen brings us more opportunities to advance our skills, processes, and workflows in our firms using the most current AEC related software and hardware updates that are available.

AUGIWorld August 2021 Issue Released!

2021.07.28

AUGI HotNews -- July 2021, Issue No. 218

HotNews
Read the full issue—must be logged in to read our online version.

The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections — AUGI Forums (hot topics), Articles by AUGI Members, Autodesk Product Updates (Service Patches and Updates released by Autodesk during the past month), Autodesk News (recent news relating to Autodesk), AUGI Volunteering (opportunities), AUGI Members’ Blogs…

2021.07.08

AUGIWorld July 2021 -- 3rd Party Add-ons

AUGIWorld July 2021
The foundational software options out there right now are already awesome, but with these 3rd Party Add-ons, we can achieve an even higher level of production and efficiency or in other words overall success.

Read about how our Authors accomplish this in their daily workflows using 3rd Party Add-ons.

In the July issue:

AEC Partnerships, Esri — Matt Torma explains how Esri announced a strategic alliance with Autodesk to develop and offer more tightly integrated BIM and GIS workflows to offer more efficient workflows and capabilities from plan to operation, hoping it helps the world meet our infrastructure and development needs.

Autodesk Revit Inside the Factory — Kimberly Fuhrman sheds some light on the process and tips to possibly get selected for a live Autodesk Inside the Factory event.

CIM Project Suite — Jason Artley explains the benefits and use cases for the CIM Project Suite; a tool targeted towards the everyday Civil3D user.

Streamline the Process of Designing a Secured Building — Brad Brown talks about how Overtur makes the entire process of making a building and its occupants safe, secure, and less tedious.

Twinmotion and Unreal Engine 5 — Brian Chapman’s article talks about when Epic Games released the beta for Unreal Engine 5 and improvements for Twinmotion, offering more power, flexibility, and control to 3ds Max artists and creative professionals worldwide.

3rd Party Add-Ons for Revit — Eric Wing's article talks about how this month is all about the add-ons. As well as mentioning a few reasons why they don’t like most add-ons and some guidelines they have in place for themself.

Tell Me More — Mark Kiker shows us where to go to find whatever you might need for your Autodesk software. It mentions the applications are all categorized based on the specific Autodesk software as well as the need the app addresses. You’ll find apps that are free that provide small solutions and apps that have a price tag that provide more in-depth solutions.

Inside Track — Brian Andresen brings us more opportunities to advance our skills, processes, and workflows in our firms using the most current AEC related software and hardware updates that are available.

AUGIWorld July 2021 Issue Released!

2021.06.29

AUGI HotNews -- June 2021, Issue No. 217

HotNews
Read the full issue—must be logged in to read our online version.

The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections — AUGI Forums (hot topics), Articles by AUGI Members, Autodesk Product Updates (Service Patches and Updates released by Autodesk during the past month), Autodesk News (recent news relating to Autodesk), AUGI Volunteering (opportunities), AUGI Members’ Blogs…

2021.06.03

AUGIWorld June 2021 -- Implementation

AUGIWorld June 2021
In the Oxford Dictionary, implementation is defined as im·ple·men·ta·tion — the process of putting a decision or plan into effect; execution. Our authors this month tell us how they implement daily tasks and workflows in their work environment.

This issue is FULL, and we have some great new authors coming over to the AUGIWorld.

In the June issue:

An AREA That Needed Improvement — A newcomer to AUGIWorld, Paul Li, explains the AREA command using FIELDS and gives us a taste of his very own LISP program, Area Object Link (AOL), that is a free app on the Autodesk App Store!

Civil 3D and Revit — Shawn Herring explores the coordination between Civil 3D and Revit. How is this possible? Does it really work? Yes, it does. Read all about in this issue.

Implement Time Saving Techniques — As always, Brian Chapman comes in with some great time saving techniques for 3ds Max to create outstanding results like a smokescreen, concealing the simple and perhaps rule-breaking procedures behind them.

Implementation Within a Multi-Trade Environment — Eric Wing is back again with a great article on implementing between multiple trades. Is this possible? Read on to find out.

Letter from the Editor — David Harrington writes his farewell letter to the AUGI audience. He is not gone from AUGI, just handing over the baton to AUGIWorld’s Copy Editor, Todd Rogers.

Licensing — Another newcomer to AUGIWorld is Bryson Anderson. Bryson goes in depth about Autodesk’s decision to move to Named User licensing.

The Haves and Have Nots of Meetings — Seriously? Another meeting? YES! Mark Kiker gets serious about things getting done. Find out why you need to have meeting, what they should cover and what to have and what not to have.

What’s New in Revit Structure 2022 — Kenn Farr is making another appearance and covers the new features in Revit Structure 2022.

Inside Track — Brian Andresen brings us more opportunities to advance our skills. processes and workflows in our firms using the most current AEC related software and hardware updates that are available.

AUGIWorld June 2021 Issue Released!

2021.05.31

AUGI HotNews -- May 2021, Issue No. 216

HotNews
Read the full issue—must be logged in to read our online version.

The full issue contains the below article, plus sections — AUGI Forums (hot topics), Articles by AUGI Members, Autodesk Product Updates (Service Patches and Updates released by Autodesk during the past month), Autodesk News (recent news relating to Autodesk), AUGI Volunteering (opportunities), AUGI Members’ Blogs…

2021.05.06

AUGIWorld May 2021 -- What's New?

AUGIWorld May 2021
This is probably the best issue of the year, besides the Salary Survey issue. New year, new products. Our authors have put together their new and favorite features of some the 2022 products.

Make sure to check out the Jason Pohl interview, AUGI’s first celebrity spot light!

In the May 2021 issue:

What’s New in 3ds Max 2022 — Brian Chapman shares the incredible enhancements that makes this one of the most exciting releases yet.

New HVAC System Zones — Eric Wing explains the ability to create an entire air system based on an air handling unit, complete with water loops and the equipment that is associated with it.

Interview with Jason Pohl — AUGI’s Treasurer and AUGIWorld’s Copy Editor, Todd Rogers, did an interview with former Orange County Chopper designer (American Chopper), Jason Pohl. Get to know him and what he has been doing post OCC in this article.

What’s New in AutoCAD 2022 — Dzan Ta walks us through the new release of AutoCAD and what’s included with the new release. There are some new features we have been waiting on for years, and they have finally arrived.

What’s New in Civil 3D, ReCap, and InfraWorks 2022 — Shawn Herring brings us up to speed on the new features of all 3 aforementioned software releases. There are some great features in this article,

Inside Track — Brian Andresen brings us more opportunities to advance our skills, processes and workflows in our firms using the most current AEC related software and hardware updates that are available.

Project Involvement — Mark Kiker talks about the upcoming topics about building a Project Team and inviting the right mix to that team.

AUGIWorld May 2021 Issue Released!

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