Solar Studies with Autodesk FormIt

[fa icon="calendar'] October 11, 2019 / by Broderick Whitlock posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Broderick Whitlock, Technical Support Specialist, AEC

In this video you will see how to choose a site location, and create a solar study within Autodesk FormIT.

 

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Bluebeam Revu 2019: Transform the Way You Build

[fa icon="calendar'] October 04, 2019 / by TPM Admin posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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In this weeks’ video we will share a peek into Bluebeam 2019! Our fastest, most efficient version yet has arrived. With improved speed, enhanced takeoff functionality and a new tool to help you quickly standardize workflows across teams, Revu 2019 will help you get the job done faster than ever before.

 

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Are You Leveraging the Full Potential of Your Autodesk BIM 360 Subscription?

[fa icon="calendar'] October 01, 2019 / by Matthew Keck posted in Four Minute Friday

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Matthew Keck, TPM Technical Solutions Consultant

In this webinar, we will be discussing the new BIM360 overhaul and some of the functionality inherited with the integration of all the BIM 360 products in a unified environment. Many existing subscribers and some new ones are unaware of the powerful collaborative tools available within their existing BIM 360 Subscriptions.

 

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Upgrading Bluebeam Revu

[fa icon="calendar'] September 27, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, Technical Support Specialist, AEC

In this video you will learn how to upgrade your Bluebeam Revu License.

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Hyperlinking with Bluebeam

[fa icon="calendar'] September 13, 2019 / by Broderick Whitlock posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Broderick Whitlock, Technical Support Specialist, AEC

In this video you will learn one of the many methods on Hyperlinking drawings within Bluebeam. This will save you time on the backend from having to search large documents for specific details, and or enlarged plans etc.!

 

 

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Scratching the Surface: Creating Clean Contours in Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] August 30, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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In today's webinar we will discuss the best practices for cleaning up surfaces in Civil 3D.
One of the main reasons firms don’t use the 3D tools in Civil 3D is how jagged the contours can come in when creating surfaces. This video presents a solution to this problem.

Thank you for joining us for this week's webinar, if you enjoyed this week's video, be sure to check out other videos from our Four Minute Friday Series

 

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Using the Intersection Design Tool in Autodesk Civil 3d

[fa icon="calendar'] August 23, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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In this week's Four Minute Friday, we will show you how to use the intersection design tool in Civil 3D.

 

Thank you for joining us for this week's Four Minute Friday, if you enjoyed this week's video, be sure to check out other videos from our Four Minute Friday Series

 

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Autodesk University: Are You Going?

[fa icon="calendar'] August 19, 2019 / by TPM Admin posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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If you’ve been working with Autodesk software for any extended time and have started to reach out to other users or find resources to help with your knowledge or skillset, you are aware of the annual event that is Autodesk University (AU).

AU is an event that brings thousands of production users, experts, and business executives together to attend classes and seminars on topics that are relevant to production users or people and businesses that are looking for an advantage on how products are developing and often being used in creative ways. Topics range from real world uses and solutions, to custom programming. There is always a path of topics for anyone who attends AU.

AU will be held in Las Vegas, November 19th – 21st

One of the biggest issues facing anyone who wants to attend is how to convince your manager or executives within your company that it is worth the investment to have you attend AU. Among the reasons for attending are:

  • Learn real world applications and production solutions
  • Stay competitive with new solutions and products
  • How your company can adopt the latest solutions
  • Brings lessons and knowledge back to others within your company

The list of benefits and reasons to attend are numerous, but how to attend?

Autodesk has created a sample email that can be used, as well as an estimator for the cost to attend. The webpage can be found here: https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/convince-boss

When you do decide to attend please be aware that TPM can save you money on the registration fee:

Autodesk University registration normally - $1,750.

TPM offered University registration - $1,650.

The website to purchase Autodesk University Registration passes from TPM with $100 discount can be found here:

https://go.tpm.com/autodesk-university-2019-pass

 Autodesk University offers a tremendous opportunity to increase productivity, gain a competitive advantage and see how others are using the solutions that you use every day. See you in Las Vegas in November.

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Electrical Panel Feed Through Lugs in Revit 2020

[fa icon="calendar'] August 16, 2019 / by Bruce Harris posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Bruce Harris, AEC Application Engineer

This weeks’ video is going to show the new feature in Revit 2020 that allows us to connect a panel through a panel through feed through lugs. Let's go to Revit 2020 and take a look.

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Digitizing Forms with Bluebeam's Automatic Form Creation

[fa icon="calendar'] August 09, 2019 / by Broderick Whitlock posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Broderick Whitlock, AEC Application Engineer

In this weeks’ video you will learn the basics of using Automatic Form Creation in Bluebeam.

 

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