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AUGIWorld April 2015 Issue


AUGIWorld April 2015 Issue

Autodesk Unveils 2016 Releases

The Autodesk user community looks forward to spring and the annual release of new versions of Autodesk software, and this year is no exception. AUGIWorld authors have been hard at work slicing and dicing the new releases to bring you the highlights of 2016 versions of AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, AutoCAD Architecture, and Inventor.

The consensus among the authors is that these releases may lack a big feature "wow" factor, but they nonetheless sport an impressive array of enhancements that are sure to please end users. And yes, there were a good number of AUGI wishes granted in these new releases!

In his article "Updates, Big and Small," John Evans was amazed at the number of enhancements packed into Inventor 2016.

Kimberly Fuhrman takes a close look at Revit Structure in "Bring in the Reinforcements (and More)." Here, she details improvements to, you guessed it, Revit Structure's Reinforcement features and others.

There's much more about Autodesk's 2016 releases in this issue, so read on and enjoy.

Also in the April 2015 AUGIWorld...

What's New & Noteworthy - Jay Zallan zeroes in on Revit Architecture's prime update: Reveal Constraints. This feature gives users a new level of model analysis.

Success by 1,000 Fixes - No so many "game changers" but lots of little improvements leaves Todd Shackelford wondering about Autodesk's development strategy for Revit MEP software.

Introducing AutoCAD 2016 - Brian Benton explores changes to the UI, annotations, editing tools, reference controls, and more in AutoCAD's new release.

Increasing InfraWorks Features - Shawn Herring details data exchange with InfraWorks as well as new modules, project management, and other updates in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016.

Also in this issue...

ACA's Update Variety Pack - Melinda Heavrin dives into the newest AutoCAD Architecture release with a comprehensive article about all that’s new.

Configuring Workstations: Getting RAM Right - Robert Green offers advice on determining how much RAM is required for optimum workstation performance.

Good News and Bad News - Mark Kiker urges CAD managers to share the spotlight when things are going well and get ahead of the story when things go awry.

Inside Track - Brian Andresen introduces new Autodesk-related software. This month: Timber Framing for use with Revit; a field management solution that helps to control construction quality; and software that transforms leader to Mleader.

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