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AUGIWorld June 2015 Issue


AUGIWorld June 2015 Issue

Third-Party Apps for Autodesk

There's no need to sell AUGI members on the power of Autodesk software. That said, there are areas within the products that could use a little extra efficiency or functionality that makes the base software a better fit for a particular niche within an industry.

Autodesk has a long history of not only encouraging and accommodating power users and software developers who wish to produce third-party applications, but has recently begun showcasing these third-party offerings on the Autodesk Exchange.

The June 2015 issue of AUGIWorld explores some of what is currently available from Autodesk third-party developers.

For Revit MEP users, Todd Shackelford presents "What's in the Exchange for Revit MEP," which features a nice collection of apps he found in the Autodesk Exchange.

In "Drawing Purge: Quick, Efficient Clean Up" Murray Clack goes in-depth on software that removes unused data from AutoCAD drawings for maximum efficiency.

Also in the June 2015 AUGIWorld...

Timesaving Add-Ons for Fabrication Detailing - Dan McCloskey shows how add-ons are being used to help structural engineers and detailers create fabrication models and shop drawings for structural components.

A Better Process for Construction and Design Input using Civil 3D and Revizto - Chris Roberts looks closely at Revizto, which enhances collaboration and workflow for AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Using Remote Graphics in CAD Environments - Author Robert Green shows how HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS) supports users working outside the office.

The Zen of Clean - Jay Zallan offers some helpful advice for Revit users on keeping Revit projects clutter-free.

Fabrication Parts for Revit MEP - 4 Years In - Joel Londenberg checks on changes in Revit MEP since Autodesk's 2011 acquisition of MAP Software.

Also in this issue...

Managing Your New Manager Role - You've moved up through the ranks at your firm and scored a management position. Mark Kiker helps you settle into the role.

Exploring the Style Manager - Melinda Heavrin demonstrates how to work with the Style Manager in AutoCAD Architecture.

Inventor Sheet Metal: Alternative Applications - John Evans with some techniques for working with sheet metal in Inventor.

Inside Track - Brian Andresen introduces new Autodesk-related software. This month: Revizto, collaboration and workflow software for Revit; BIManywhere, a collaboration platform for construction and facilities management; and buildingSMART IFC Coordination View 2.0 export certification.

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