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.”
Eric Wing gives you insight on digital twins and answers many FAQ’s around the subject with detailed answers and informative explanations.
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.
Daniel Davis looks at the process of creating prototypes, and 2D and 3D models. All secrets about creating prototypes in AutoCAD are unleashed.
Mark Kiker has a conversation with Robert Garza coming from the idea of focusing on education at Community College levels and how many offer CAD training that could potentially get the students into an engineering career.
Eric Wing lists off and goes into detail on his chosen delivery methods that are here to help everyone including: Video Recording, Video Conferencing, Onboarding, Production Staff, and many more.
Ivan Shchito takes it back to the first release of AutoCAD and mentions how, “the software was also designed to provide functionality first. It was not considered how many letters a person had to type to access a command or how long the mouse path had to be and how many clicks needed to be done… we can still see the ergonomics flaws which were planted at the dawn of computer technology.” He then leads into tons of educating about the shortcuts of AutoCAD.
Sam Lytle tells a story about his 30th birthday and incorporates his own insane and inspiring journey with Visualization.
Seriously? Another meeting? YES! Mark Kiker gets serious about things getting done. Find out why you need to have meeting, what they should cover and what to have and what not to have.
Eric Wing explains everything you need to know about customization by comparing Revit and AutoCAD and leading you step by step through the new methods.
Brian Chapman talks about how we can use Maxscript to create an interface to work with HDRI environments and the Arnold renderer built into 3Ds Max.
Oscar Castaneda focuses on a few key elements that make ORD not such a bad guy coming from the Civil 3D experience.
Mark Kiker talks about the upcoming topics about building a Project Team and inviting the right mix to that team.
Brian Chapman explains how lighting is arguably the most critical element in 3D and that lighting guides the viewer’s eye and provides a tone that invokes emotions relative to the scene. He also mentions that lighting helps describe shapes, form, and depth.