AUGIWorld February 2016 Issue
Back to Basics, for Beginners and Others
We’ve all been beginners at one time or another. Those in the design world often must start at the beginning—with new software, with a new twist on a familiar technique, or with something as perspective altering as BIM.
In the February 2016 issue of AUGIWorld,our experts offer great advice for everyone, from AutoCAD newbies to those just getting started with Revit Structure.
In “BIM for Beginners: An Introduction to Building Information Modeling within Infrastructure Projects,” Michelle Rasmussen focuses on three key benefits of working with BIM models,
And Sam Lucido helps AutoCAD beginners find their way to great learning resources in “CAD Advice from an Expert Elite.”
There is much more in this issue—for beginners and everyone else
Also in the February 2016 AUGIWorld...
Two-Click Coordination — Jerad Meidinger presents a dramatically simplified procedure that allows Revit MEP users to visually coordinate Revit model elements.
Don’t Over Kick the Revit Coverage — Jay B. Zallan expounds on the beauty of simple workflows.
What Makes Revit Structure Different — Jason Boehning puts Revit Structure users on the path toward mastery learning.
Annotations in AutoCAD Architecture — Melinda Heavrin explores AutoCAD Architecture 2016’s annotation capabilities from keynotes to callouts, and more.
Also in this issue...
Understanding Your Processor Options — Robert Green helps design professionals become discriminating hardware buyers.
Retopologizing a Mesh in 3ds Max — Brian Chapman offers a tutorial on “creating from scratch” or retopology with 3ds Max tools.
At the Risk of Repeating Myself, Let Me Repeat That — Mark Kiker demonstrates how media mixing can help with the all-important task of communicating.
Inside Track — Brian Andresen devotes this month’s column to Autodesk’s BIM 360.