AUGIWorld July 2019 Issue
Autodesk’s long history of support for innovation among its user base has resulted in scores of third-party offerings designed to improve efficiency or extend the functionality of Autodesk products. These third-party applications can be found at the Autodesk App Store and elsewhere on the Internet and can be yours free of charge in some cases or at a reasonable price. The July 2019 issue of AUGIWorld highlights a number of offerings that have caught the eyes of our experts.
In the July 2019 issue:
Extending the Functionality of Revit – Nathan Mulder looks at RF Tools, a third-party add-in that provides the MEP consultant with functionality and support.
The eTransmit Add-In – Jason Lush explores file sharing with eTransmit. The versatility of this product streamlines Revit file sharing among team members and others.
Productivity Apps for Civil 3D – Tony Carcamo, searching for time savings with no sacrifice in accuracy or efficiency, focuses on the Red Transit Pipe Network Productivity Suite.
Third-Party Help for 3ds Max – Brian Chapman spotlights the work of independent artists and smaller teams who have made working in 3ds Max easier with their third-party apps.
The First Law of Tech Motion – With a nod to Sir Isaac Newton, author Mark Kiker expresses his love for change and reminds us of the need to move forward.
How an RC Car Taught Me To Be a Better CAD Manager – Jisell Howe shares a CAD manager’s approach to process improvement.
Epic Visualization with Twinmotion – Todd Rogers focuses on presentation with Twinmotion, recently acquired for Unreal Engine 4. Here, see the workflow from InfraWorks to Twinmotion and the results.
Quest for Hidden Efficiencies – Jay B. Zallan talks naming organization, one key to efficiency and effectiveness.
Inside Track – Brian Andresen presents new and enhanced AEC-related products. This month: Sweep Profile for a quick build of architectural profiles; Scatter, a random number generator; Free Copy or Move, a plug-in that allows users to make changes while copying or moving objects; Advanced Revision Cloud, advanced tools for managing revision clouds in Revit; and Trimsplit, which enables a streamlined workflow when working with 3ds solids.