April 2013

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What's New from Autodesk 2014

Autodesk delivered its own brand of "March Madness" with the 2014 product releases. As always, cheering fans are eager for information about the newest versions of their favorite Autodesk products. And AUGIWorld authors are happy to deliver the goods in the April 2013 issue.

Brian Benton walks you through "What's New in AutoCAD 2014." Inventor gets "Increasingly Social," and John Evans describes how users of this robust release can easily tap support resources in the Inventor community.

Jay Zallan and Marcello Sgambelluri interpret some "ancient" predictions about the new features in Revit Architecture 2014 in "Predictions of a Present Future."

 

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Also in the April 2013 AUGIWorld...

Better Model Definition - Author Philip Russo discusses new features in Revit Structure, including rebar and structural element enhancements.

The Proof Is In the Pudding - Andrew Walther demonstrates how AutoCAD Civil 3D continues to improve with the newest version.

Navisworks Joins the Material Family – Michael Smith with a look at some exciting new features and enhancements that extend the use of models among Autodesk products.



Also in this issue...
 

Focus on Engineering – Todd Shackelford explores the "major changes and minor tweaks" in Revit MEP.

Behind the Scenes in AutoCAD MEP - Elisha Sage takes a look at lesser-known and under-utilized features in AutoCAD MEP that can boost your productivity.

Inside Track - Lee Ambrosius offers up details on some interesting new products.

 

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