• Seiler provided an excellent training experience...including the pre-class setup, class training, as well as support...
     
    S.K.
    William Tao & Associates
  • Very good class.
     
    D.Z.
    Bartlett & West
  • A very sound fundamentals experience. Really helped me to understand the role of Revit in our workflow.
     
    J.M.
    PGAV
  • Thank you so much! The Revit family you worked up performed perfectly, and using the documentation you sent, I was able...
     
    M.T.
    Design & Development Division - Missouri Dept. of Conservation
  • Great course. Instructor moved at a steady pace and didn't hesitate to ask questions or slow down/speed up when...
     
    J.D.
    Bartlett & West
  • Appreciated the flexibility, answers and methods of teaching to accommodate our needs. Excellent Staff!
     
    J.L.
    Little & Associates, Architects
  • Great class – I learned much about Revit.
     
    Gary Tetley Architect
  • Mark does an excellent job communicating solutions to specific issues encountered by our company. He makes his classes...
     
    M.M.
    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
  • Great insight, and I think our set-ups and templates from training class will help our work.
     
    J.G.
    Weis Design Group
  • Excellent class. Easy to follow along.
     
    D.B.
    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.

For roughly the last 5 years there have been discussions if the Revit blends would merge back together into one product.  While not  "combined" into one software program they have now been combined into one install!  The Revit's have been combined into a Suite of products for a powerful,  relatively affordable offering.

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One of the most powerful features of AutoCAD's Properties Palette is its ability to sort your selections by “type”.  This means you don’t have to be very specific when it comes to selecting entities in your drawing.

Take this mechanical part for example…

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Video from the 2011 Conference in Las Vegas was posted to YouTube. I thought you might enjoy seeing it.

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The 2012 release of AutoCAD based products has a new Autodesk Exchange "start screen" when the program opens.

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One of the trickier tasks in architecture using AutoCAD has been working with seating arrangements in Auditoriums.  The new ARRAYPATH command in AutoCAD 2012 offers an array of options (pun intended) to solve this issue.  In the image below you can see a standard chair block (3D) and a path I drew with an Arc to indicate the path I would like it to take....

When creating a corridor in Civil 3D, it’s important to choose subassembly components that can meet the needs of your design. For instance, your design may require an edge of pavement to follow a horizontal alignment, or match an existing profile.

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When creating a corridor in Civil 3D, it’s important to choose subassembly components that can meet the needs of your design. For instance, your design may require an edge of pavement to follow a horizontal alignment, or match an existing profile.
Selecting the right subassembly means knowing its available “targets”.
A quick way to get this...

There is always many general questions when purchasing or upgrading to Civil 3D. So I’m always referencing the same websites or favorites over and over. I thought it would be great if I found all the links in one place. So I dug up an old email for a client and updated it and thought I would share them with our readers. Please post a comment if...

Just a quick note:

The latest releases of Autodesk Products are just starting to ship and have become available for download if you have Subscription. So far I see that AutoCAD 2012, AutoCAD LT 2012 and AutoCAD Architecture 2012 are available for download on Subscription Center.  Expect to see more products (Revit, etc) over the next 3+ weeks.

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