AUGIWorld March 2017 Issue
It's Time for Tips & Tricks!
Tips & Tricks are perfect for increasing your product knowledge and proficiency, one helpful nugget at a time. That may be why they are a topic on countless discussion boards, such as AUGI’s own Forums, why they are the subject of Autodesk University classes, and why they are frequently shared among coworkers passing each other in the hall or during lunch-and-learns.
In the March 2017 issue, AUGIWorld authors present some of their favorites.
In “Tips, Tricks & Timesavers,” Melinda Heavrin shares a handful of ideas for boosting productivity in AutoCAD Architecture.
And Jay Zallan challenges users to track down Revit Architecture tips in “Revit Hunting Season.”
Read, learn, and share.
Creating Custom Materials in AutoCAD 3D — Jaiprakash Pandey demonstrates how to create materials such as wood and glass in AutoCAD.
Cool, a Point Cloud… Now What? — Jordan Banning and Adam Muñoz team up to provide some basics on point clouds and tips for what you should know before you begin.
Tips for Increasing Efficiency — Matt Wunch shares some tips for InfraWorks 360 sure to save you time and elimination frustration.
Maintaining Your Environment — Mark Kiker advises that, just as you maintain your vehicle, maintaining your physical and technology environment is key to keeping things running smoothly.
Also in this issue…
- An Approach for Dynamically Linking Erosion and Sediment Control BMPs — Stephen Walz shares his method of linking erosion and sediment control symbology to storm drainage and/or grading design features in AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- Remove Graphics Software (RGS) for CAD Environments — Robert Green presents the highlights in HP’s Remote Graphics Software 7.3, a solid solution for remote access to CAD workstations.
- Inside Track — Brian Andresen introduces three new AEC-related products from Autodesk and other partners. This month, Matterport’s Pro Camera, which captures 2D photography and 3D data from job sites and stitches them into a complete, immersive 3D model of a real-world job site; Family Size Reporter, an app that reports the file sizes of loadable families in an Autodesk Revit Project; and Autodesk MatchMover, a camera tracking application that automatically captures 3D camera path and camera parameters from 2D video and film image sequences.