Expert Advice for Beginners
You don't have to be a first-time Autodesk user to appreciate fundamentals. Everybody - regardless of number of years in the workplace - needs to get back to basics eventually. Long-time AutoCAD users just discovering Revit are, in fact, beginners. They're starting anew and they need all the advice they can get!
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Livin’ the Dream – Adam Muñoz shares some words of wisdom he literally dreamed up. And Michael Beall offers a quick tip on how to create a tool palette from blocks.
Reconstructing the Architectural Practice: Success in AECO, Revit, BIM – Jay B. Zallan presents a detailed roadmap for finding success with BIM.
Working with Spaces – Melinda Heavrin leads you through a lesson on the use of spaces in AutoCAD Architecture.
MEP Families in Ceiling Coordination – R. Robert Bell offers a step-by-step tutorial on using the Family Editor in Autodesk Revit.
Understanding Line Weight Basics – Philip Russo will assist new Revit users in controlling the visibility and appearance of objects.
Also in this issue...
Convert Civil 3D Data to SHP Files – Collaborators Christopher Pitzer and Justin Comeau present a lesson on bringing AutoCAD Civil 3D data into ArcGIS for Desktop.
Inside Track – New stuff from Autodesk and related software developers.