There's a risk involved in being at the top of your game, especially when the tools you've become so proficient in are a few (or more than a few) releases old. Mark Kiker offers a challenge in the form of a checklist - have you tapped these new tools?
Design with confidence using workstations that bear the "Certified for AutoCAD" label from Autodesk, namely the HP Z200 and Z200 Small Form Factor Workstations.
TIPniques columnist Brian Benton continues a series of articles about new and enhanced features in the latest version of AutoCAD. This month, hatches and gradients, polylines and splines are explored.
The AUGI.com site gets a major overhaul and some time-honored AUGI programs are enhanced dramatically. AUGI makes a big, splashy show at Autodesk University 2003.
Are you watching AUGI from the sidelines or are you "in the game" as an active member - sharing your expertise and interacting with fellow members? Here are some of the ways you can get more involved.
CAD managers stand firmly in the middle of everthing. Between upper management and the front line worker. Betwixt standardization and disarray. Here's how to cope, and thrive, in this unique position.
HP is offering the latest line of ATI FirePro professional graphics cards from AMD. Take a closer look at these top-of-the-line products.
Christian Barrett offers a basic approach to AutoCAD Civil 3D. Here, the author details his Quick Start method.
Brian Benton continues his look at new and enhanced features in the latest version of AutoCAD. This month: one fun new feature and several enhancements to existing AutoCAD capabilities.
A new AUGI CAD Camp sponsor is helping AUGI to streamline logistics and trim costs. But attendance is critical. If you and your colleagues haven't attended an AUGI CAD Camp, now is the time.
Even long-time Civil 3D subscription customers might not be aware of all the benefits their Autodesk subscription offers. Here, The Civil Side columnist Christian Barrett details many of the perks.
It is tough to fix a problem if you don't have a firm grasp on the nature of the problem. In this aricle, Mark Kiker demonstrates how to determine if the problem is technical or adaptive - program or process.
While you're upgrading to the latest release of your Autodesk product of choice, why not take a hard look at the machines on which your software is running? Check out the results of a series of performance tests conducted by renowned AutoCAD expert David Cohn on behalf of HP, Autodesk, and NVIDIA.
Brian Benton concludes his series on new features and enhancements in the latest version of AutoCAD. This month, he investigates the software's 3D features including workspaces, object snaps, solid modeling tools, surface modeling, creation, and editing, among others.
AUGI began 2006 by fine-tuning its growing list of programs including the AUGI Forum, the AUGI Training Program, and AUGI CAD Camp. The organization began the formal roll out of AUGI Country Chapters, greatly expanding AUGI's international presence. And membership continued to climb.
Autodesk University returns to Las Vegas with an impressive array of classes, the latest technology on display in the Exhibit Hall, and unparalleled networking opportunities. Then there's the other "fun" stuff. Need a good reason to attend AU 2011? We give you 10.
The Civil Side columnist Christian Barrett has heard from the "ribbon critics" and has another opinion. He'll show you how to customize the ribbon and, yes, you'll learn to love it!
Spending on technology is a roll of the dice that may pay off in rewards that can benefit your firm if it can think that far down the road. But when is the right time to do that? Mark Kiker offers some advice.
A properly configured workstation will allow you to take full advantage of Revit and its formidable capabilities. HP delivers a host of options.
Brian Benton offers a closer look at AutoCAD WS, a product recently introduced by Autodesk to facilitate file sharing, editing, and collaboration in the cloud environment.