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2022.04.12

AUGIWORLD April 2022 -- Collaborate and Create

AUGIWORLD April 2022
In order to be completely successful, you have to collaborate one way or another. Other people’s help and support can really boost your productivity and push you towards those end goals.

So, for this month’s AUGIWORLD issue, our authors are here to collaborate with you and help you! We hope you enjoy our April issue on collaboration and creation. Have a successful month!

In the April 2022 issue:

Successful BlM Implementation: Revit for MEP — Jason Peckovitch gives us insight on the key to being successful at using Revit and BIM on your project while staying connected and collaborating.

Meeting Minutes — Andrell Laniewiez gives out super time saving advice on taking meeting minutes. He talks about the new United Platform that helps eliminate some rework, creates trackable accountability of meeting items, and ultimately keeps that data connected in one place.

Collaboration as a 3ds Max Professional — Brian Chapman lists 1–6 essential factors when collaborating with a team as a 3ds Max professional you are responsible for personally, also including the responsibilities everyone has as the team.

Using 3D Typical Sections Beyond Roadway Design for Real-Time Urban Planning and Design — Sam Lytle looks at Beyond Typicals, a software that will soon be available to tackle these industry-specific visualization problems as well.

AutoCAD Plots & Scripts (The Prequel) — Paul Li writes all about plotting and scripts including ‘plotting in the blind’ and some ‘plotting enhancements.’

Collaborating When Your Path Has Potholes — Mark Kiker writes about how there are times when you’re collaborating with a team, but you do not have enough information to define the best route, and that you still have to predict the future and clearly define a path forward.

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 April 2022 Issue Released!

2022.03.16

AUGIWORLD March 2022 -- Tips & Tricks

AUGIWORLD March 2022
We all start somewhere at some point or another. But you don’t have to start alone this time around!

For this month’s issue, our own AUGI Authors have taken their time to supply articles of their own favorite, and most definitely helpful, tips & tricks they have up their sleeves. We hope you enjoy!

In the March 2022 issue:

Autodesk Civil 3D: Exploring the Geotechnical Module — Sam Lucido takes a look at the Geotechnical Module in Civil 3D 2021 software while also providing some insight to the future development of this dynamic geotechnical tool.

Communication in BIM 360 — Andrell Laniewicz tells us about some issues regarding BIM360 and how we can resolve, overview, and customize them.

From AutoCAD Expert to Revit Experience — Paul Li gives us insight throughout his experience consisting of over three decades with AutoCAD, including some revit comparisons.

10 Helpful Revit Tips — Rina Sahay takes us through the complexity of Revit software and gives very enlightening tips and tricks as well as enhancing your productivity in the area as a whole.

3ds Max Tips and Tricks — Brian Chapman explores ten tips for all users from beginner to advanced. He includes visual and literary instructions that are easy to follow and easier to memorize for the future.

Eight Messages Tech Managers SHOULD be Sending — Mark Kiker informs and teaches us about messages that you DO want to be sending and how that can impact others in a positive way.

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 March 2022 Issue Released!

2022.02.08

AUGIWorld February 2022 -- Advice for New Users

AUGIWorld February 2022
Everyone starts off new and ready with an open mind at some point in their career. This month’s issue makes that beginning stage a lot easier thanks to our own AUGI authors.

Read great advice and handy helping tools that can make sure you succeed with using CAD or BIM software.

In the February 2022 issue:

Trending Technologies: BIM 360 Design — Eric Wing informs us about his opinions and advice he has on “reliable technologies” and the background behind BIM 360.

From Novice to Master… Forge Your Career Path — Dana Rice writes from 22 years of experience and offers advice and gives over five wise and helpful career tips.

What is Classification and why is it Important? — Marin Ljuban introduces us to the digitalization of the construction industry and, “…many opportunities in all parts of the building lifecycle,” as Marin says.

3ds Max: Tips for Beginners — Brian Chapman goes through helpful tips for beginner users in creating better content using 3Ds Max while diving into details about Topology, UV mapping, and lighting.

Considering Making the Jump to Point Clouds? — Nate Philbrick writes and compares Propeller and Autodesk products to compute stockpile volumes.

LayerApps: Filling in the Gaps — Paul Li speaks on AutoCAD background and talks about the missing user needs in that area and gives advice to use her LayerApps tool to fill in your own gaps using AutoCAD.

Autodesk Civil 3D: Project Explorer — Shawn Herring takes a further look at Project Explorer extension in Civil 3D: How it’s used, capabilities, and design.

Eight Messages Tech Managers Should NOT be Sending — Mark Kiker talks about messages you might want to delete instead of send and how your messages that you have sent could’ve came off in a negative way.

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 February 2022 Issue Released!

2022.01.11

AUGIWorld January 2022 -- Trending Technologies

AUGIWorld January 2022
Starting off the new year right at AUGI with our AUGI authors informing you about their own favorite trending technologies. Read this month’s article with an open mind and prepare to be informed about the useful, creative, and up-to-date trendy technologies.

In the January 2022 issue:

Civil 3D: Grading Optimization — Shawn Herring takes us into a deep dive look into the new Grading Optimization extension in the Civil 3D 2022 software. He answers questions everyone needs to know the answers to!

Inventor iLogic Notes for Assembly Drawings — John Evans talks about his experience and gives us a look at his own personal notes and references regarding as well as relating to the iLogic Assembly, helping everyone out in the outcome.

AutoCAD: How to Develop an Automation Plan for CAD Systems — Jason Leinberger uses his experience of 20 years to tell you how to correctly develop an automation plan for CAD systems.

CAD Administration: Seven Songs About Scripts — Jiselle Howe walks you through a fun and comically creative article dealing with the question: How do we improve a CAD Manager’s world? Jiselle forms a well thought out way of incorporating famous songs into the mix making this an enjoyable experience.

3ds Max: Trending Technologies — Brian Chapman informs us all about 3ds Max and 3D art tools for marketing that are used to help sell ideas as well as products including in the field of architecture.

Making the Call, Part Two — Mark Kiker continues his past Making the Call article with a part two with even more wise knowledge of making decisions with the process behind it.

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 January 2022 Issue Released!

2021.12.09

AUGIWorld December 2021 -- Industry Insights

AUGIWorld December 2021
Our AUGIWorld authors talk about industry trends including BIM. New creative and informing insights prepare us and help us move forward to 2022.

Enjoy this new issue with favorite tools and impactful insights by our authors!

In the December issue:

What is a Digital Twin? — Eric Wing gives you insight on digital twins and answers many FAQ’s around the subject with detailed answers and informative explanations.

3ds Max: Civil View: What is it? And how do I use it? — Todd Rogers teaches you everything you need to know about Civil View. He gives a brief overview/introduction and then leads into interesting insights on how he uses it while teaching you all as well.

Creating an amazing prototype in AutoCAD: The process, tips and tricks — Daniel Davis looks at the process of creating prototypes, and 2D and 3D models. All secrets about creating prototypes in AutoCAD are unleashed.

Insight into a hybrid world as 3ds Max Professionals — Brian Chapman talks about what it takes to do all that he does. He includes how and what is important in this topic and industry starting with finding supporting companies.

ArcGIS GeoBIM: Connecting projects in context — Anthony Renteria brings up how firms are struggling to provide secure communicative and authoritative views. He introduces ArcGIS GeoBIM and explains how it provides a solution to many problems in that area and all that there is to know about it.

A blend of design tools — Mark Kiker has a virtual meeting with three team members from an engineering firm involved with the power and energy market. They discuss and introduce you to everything you need to know about, “their firm, their positions and duties and how they work in a blended environment of design tools.”

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 December 2021 Issue Released!

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