CADDManager on March 31st, 2008

Check out the full color brochure for Revit Arch 2009

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CADDManager on February 20th, 2008

We had our monthly Revit User Group meeting (RUGIE) last night. Scott Davis of Autodesk discussed some of the highly possible features that may be in the next release. The official list of included features has not been definitively announced yet, but we got a good sneak peek. What was shown and the list below […]

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CADDManager on February 12th, 2008

From a Press Release today… Revit Architecture 2009 (BIM for architects and designers) allows customers to capture early design concepts with improved analysis and visualization capabilities via: Increased sustainable design and energy analysis capabilities through easy exchange with partner applications Improved visualization functionality with the new Mental Ray engine for rendering, improving speed, quality, and […]

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CADDManager on January 16th, 2008

When working in Revit you often have to work with other models that people provide or you have to share yours with others. How do you possibly line up the models when they are just floating in space? Revit Architecture projects have coordinates for all the elements. Those coordinates are stored in the project only. […]

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CADDManager on December 3rd, 2007

David Harrington – Technical Editor of AUGI World Magazine (among many other things) has started a blog. In his words… “Most of what I will post will be personal/professional in nature but also will include information about Autodesk products including AutoCAD, 3ds Max, and Revit Structure.” He calls it “CADDHelp” – take a look

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CADDManager on July 18th, 2007

I hosted the Revit User Group Inland Empire at HMC Architects last night. It was a standing room only event that gathered over 45 interested parties to see a couple of presentations. Bob Carpenter of Onyx presented on BIM and Green Design followed by Scott Davis of Autodesk presenting “What’s new in 2008?” Scott covered […]

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CADDManager on July 2nd, 2007

Hidden in the Help function in Revit Architecture 2008 is a tool that you may not have used before. It is great for beginners and veterans alike. New users will find the conceptual stuff a good foundation and seasoned users may find some nuggets of wisdom that they may not have been exposed to before. […]

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CADDManager on June 4th, 2007

Anybody want to volunteer to have Autodesk collect info about your working habits? Well at least they ask… Google just does it without asking. I saw this screen when I opened my newly installed copy of Revit Architecture 2008 Now I am not a “conspiracy theory” or “big brother’s watching” kind of guy, but this […]

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CADDManager on November 3rd, 2006

There are several benefits to participating in the Autodesk

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