CAD/BIM Tips & Tricks

10th Anniversary of Arguably the Most Comprehensive Renovation Project in U.S. History

If you are an engineer, architect, general contractor or CAD/BIM user, and you haven’t fully studied this project (or even if you have), you should enjoy this article.

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Newest Version of Microsoft Office Importer for Revit Sports Significant Upgrades Including Support for BIM 360, OneDrive and SharePoint

Axiom releases milestone version of their import software for Revit, Microsoft Office Importer, which contains new capabilities, increased speed and enhanced functionality for Revit professionals.

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The Lighter Side: How to Build a Bridge

How long have you dreamed of building your bridge? Can you envision it in your mind’s eye? Have you decided what style of bridge you’re aiming for? As you probably know, there are four basic construction-styles from which to pick: beam bridges, arch bridges, cantilever bridges and suspension bridges.

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Revit 2022: Top 10 Features with Architectural Appeal

Over the last few years, Revit has taken some criticism from architects who weren’t happy with the software’s growing cost of ownership coupled with what they perceived as unimpressive development from Autodesk.

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The Lighter Side: Half-Dressed for Half-Success?

If ever there were two consecutive years to stand out in history simply because they sucked in so many ways for so many people, we’re betting 2020 and 2021 would be absolute slam-dunks for that title.

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3D Printed Homes: Built Fast, Built to Last

Need a home in a hurry? Family expanding? In-laws moving in? You need a house with a home office and you need it now? Depending on the size of the home you need, you can have a custom home built to order in approximately 30 days.

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CAD/BIM Tech: 3D Scanning Is Your Sight on Site

What would you do if a prized piece of equipment valued at $125 million was destroyed on your watch because of a technical error to do with measurements?

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The House That Could Start a Revolution

Something magic has happened in The Magic City, Billings, Montana: a fascinating project that explores practical applications of sustainability.

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New Release for Revit: Designing for the Future With a Nod to the Past

Have you ever walked around inside a building and been struck by how modern it looks? Then you take a step back and think of the historical advances that are present in the architecture. It’s like time-traveling while standing still.

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