AUGIWORLD February 2017 Issue
WANT THIS ISSUE?Join AUGI Today
Tips for Beginners and Others
Every beginner benefits from having a mentor. If you’re just getting started in your career or are using software that is new to you, resources such as the AUGI Forums and AUGIWorld magazine put scores of mentors within easy reach. For example, the February 2017 issue of AUGIWorld gets Back to Basics.
Our authors (aka mentors) provide tutorials, step-by-step instructions, help for sidestepping some problem areas, and best practices to get you on the road to productivity. Dive in and enjoy.
Connection Basics — Philip Russo takes you through the connection features in Revit Structure 2017. Specifying and assigning connections and placing beam to column are among the items discussed.
Introduction to MassFX — Brian Chapman offers a lesson on making a 3ds Max scene more interesting with the MassFX tool.
Troubleshooting AutoCAD for Beginners — Murray Clack provides lots of quick tips to help AutoCAD users deal with issues that often plague those new to the software.
A Brief Overview for Beginners — Matt Wunch with an introduction to the benefits available from InfraWorks 360.
Learning Through Teaching and Managing It All: A Revit Autodidact in Practice — Andrew Fastman presents lessons learned during a large Revit project.
Can You Help Me? What Your Users First See and Hear — Mark Kiker shows tech managers how words and actions impact those seeking their help.
Also in this issue…
- Working with Annotations in AutoCAD Architecture — Melinda Heavrin leads you through the software’s annotation abilities. This article covers keynotes, notes and labels, callouts, dimensions, and more.
- The Surveyor and Civil 3D — Jason Jenkins revisits the Field to Finish workflow in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017. You’ll get the basics and some time-saving tips.
- Intel Xeon with Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 — In this month’s Tech Insights column, Robert Green demonstrates the speed of the Intel Xeon processors.
- Inside Track — Brian Andresen with three new AEC-related offerings. This month: Enscape, a VR and rendering plug-in for Revit; C3D Parcel Tools, a collection of seven tools for AutoCAD Civil 3D; and Autodesk Site Designer Extension for Revit, software to convey building site planning concepts to engineers.