The Revit out-of-the-box (OOTB) Electrical Equipment do not have the ability to host generic annotations (symbols). Now a typical workflow when creating Revit families is to start with one type of family and to change it to another.
When AutoCAD drawings (DWG) share a common origin, it might be necessary in Lumion to place them to a common origin. This is because very large models are often composed in separate files in CAD packages.
What Autodesk has done is tweaked AutoCAD to have what everyone has been asking for in a user interface and that is (drumroll please…..) DARK THEME!!!
Have you ever received a drawing in PDF format and had to rescale it to a precise length. This short video will take you through importing a PDF into AutoCAD and then scaling it appropriately to the 1:1 values that you need to complete the design.
Traditionally when you were looking at purchasing a CAD software package using software you had 2 choices. AutoCAD and then a product that would be specific to your industry. [...]
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Introduction I have recently been asked on how to add bolts in Revit. Since Revit 2019 a new set of structural detailing tools have been added to Revit under [...]
The Design Center in AutoCAD is great for transferring blocks and styles and standards from one drawing to another. To open the Design Center navigate to the View tab/Palettes [...]
The Design Center in AutoCAD is a very useful tool when it comes to sharing design elements both within your own drawings as well as between colleagues and external [...]
AutoCAD Tool Palettes – a quick intro. Tool Palettes have been around for a while yet not many people are using it in their daily routine.
Autodesk Desktop App 2019. The new Desktop App has been launched and it makes activating Autodesk software so much easier.