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Something for Everyone
Who doesn't love a smorgasbord? There are plenty of choices and nobody walks away without finding something that pleases. For AUGI members, the educational menu is equally varied in the May 2013 issue of AUGIWorld magazine. Yes, there's something for everyone.
For example, help yourself to "Execution is Key to Implementation," Philip Russo's article targeted to Revit Structure users. If your interest is Autodesk Simulation CFD, you'll savor John Evans' look at the latest release in
Or perhaps you want to do what you have been doing, only better. If that's the case, sample Walt Sparling's "Using AutoCAD Efficiently" with a bonus AutoCAD tip from Michael Beall. There are many more choices in this issue, so dig in.
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Also in the May 2013 AUGIWorld...
Nested Families and Parameter Controls – Cassandra Watts uses a real-life project to demonstrate the proper use of parameters in Revit MEP.
Reporting, on a Curve – Marcello Sgambelluri shows you how to report the length of a curve or series of curves in Revit Architecture.
What's in Your Profile? – Sam Lucido shows civil designers how to gain an advantage by creating profiles within AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Take Advantage of Annotations – Melinda Heavrin examines the annotation abilities in AutoCAD Architecture including keynotes, notes and labels, dimensions, hatches, and lots more.
Property Set Definitions – Elisha Sage explores how AutoCAD MEP helps to create and modify data within drawings.
Also in this issue...
Making a Game of Model Navigation – Kevin Miller and James Christensen play around with the idea of using a video game controller for model navigation. •
Converting Revit to 3D PDF – Marcello Sgambelluri reviews the 3D PDF Converter for Revit product from 3DA Systems.
Inside Track – Lee Ambrosius with new software for Autodesk product users. This month, featured selections address xrefs, images, and a workflow capture and sharing tool.