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United States of America Articles

  • The Content Conundrum (Making Revit Drawings Pretty)

    by Aaron Maller,

    October 29th, 2013

    Are you among those users who love Revit but wish it could make drawings that "pop"? Author Aaron Maller has good news for you.
  • Hope for the Slope

    by Mitchell Voss,

    October 25th, 2013

    Author Mitchell Voss offers some workarounds for sloped ceilings in Revit MEP.
  • Standardize for Success!

    by Brian Andresen-WSE22,

    October 23rd, 2013

    Brian Andresen explains why it is critical to establish, and adhere to, standards.
  • The Power of Properties

    by Sam Lucido,

    October 21st, 2013

    Sam Lucido steps you through the Properties Palette in AutoCAD.
  • Quick Tip: How to Export Your AutoCAD Settings

    by Michael Beall,

    October 17th, 2013

    Michael Beall offers this tip for copying your AutoCAD settings from one computer to another.
  • Product Review - Lenovo E31 SFF ThinkStation

    by John Evans,

    October 11th, 2013

    John Evans with a review of a solid, mid-level performer, the Lenovo E31 SFF ThinkStation
  • Quality Content with Max Plug-ins

    by Brian Chapman,

    October 9th, 2013

    Brian Chapman takes a close look at three 3ds Max plug-ins that help you produce high-quality content.
  • A Kick-Off FAQ Kick-Starts Revit Collaboration

    by robert.bell.WSA01,

    October 7th, 2013

    Want to avoid encountering the same issues in project after project? Author Robert Bell presents a "pre-game" document that will help you prepare.
  • Collaboration in Civil 3D with Data Shortcuts

    by Sam Lucido,

    October 3rd, 2013

    Sam Lucido demonstrates how, with thoughtful planning and the use of Data Shortcuts, collaboration is a breeze in AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Collaboration Defined

    by Glenn Jowett,

    October 1st, 2013

    Glenn Jowett shows how architects, engineers, contractors, and supply chain partners can bring the definition of collaboration alive.

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