Category Archive: Autodesk

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Choosing the Right Tools to Successfully Implement ArcGIS in Your AEC Firm

The move to incorporating CAD or BIM data from programs with rich Geographic Information System (GIS) data is growing quickly in the AEC Industry. Project design data from Autodesk Civil 3D, Revit, Infraworks, BIM 360 and AutoCAD, paired with project...

Missing Maps Error Using Arnold

These days, most users are applying their materials through the Revit models, assigning them directly to the families. This is necessary when rendering directly in Revit and is quite useful as well when using software like Enscape or Twinmotion. It...

Introducing: MG Civil Focused Improvement Packages

To help your team achieve greater efficiency in a concentrated area, our team has put together various focused improvement package offerings within the civil space. These services shorten turnaround times, strengthen workflows and automate mundane, repetitive, time-consuming tasks. See the...

Autodesk’s Named User License Transition – Considerations for Clients with Multi-User Licenses

As you may have heard, Autodesk is retiring software subscription plans based on serial numbers and replacing them with new plans based on people. This change will have the greatest impact on customers with multi-user licenses, and anyone with a...

Revit Rendering in the Cloud

A picture is worth 1,000 words, so let your design speak for itself. For most, a Revit drawing may be hard to visualize with the mind’s eye so take the guesswork out of the equation by translating your work into a 3D-view rendering. Doing...

Model Health Check, Insight to Trends, and Visualize Issues

Time flies; here it is already June! A project that I started working on at MG early in 2020 revolves around using Revit, data extraction, and Power BI dashboards to analyze and report Revit model issues - either locally on...

Collaboration for Civil 3D with BIM 360 Design

BIM 360 Design brings a new level of connection, efficiency, and integration to even the largest teams on the most complex projects. It's the infrastructure you need to make your infrastructure project work succeed. CONFIDENTLY COLLABORATE ACROSS TEAMS Find out...

Autodesk’s Transition to Named User Plans

Autodesk is launching new plans based on people, and retiring plans based on serial numbers. Transition to named user plans beginning May 7, 2020. Autodesk is moving away from plans based on serial numbers and will instead be assigning each...

What’s New in Revit 2021 – MEP

Autodesk introduced a number of improvements to the MEP workspace within Revit. Learn what tools and upgrades Autodesk Revit 2021 is bringing to workflows. Electrical Circuit Naming Better flexibility with circuit naming schemes Circuit naming schemes enabled in electrical settings....

What’s New in Revit 2021 – Structure Updates

Revit 2021 has released a number of enhancements and features benefiting structural engineering and fabrication disciplines. See what's new for structure oriented workflows. Create New Standard 3D Rebar Shapes Introduce new, intelligent 3D rebar shapes Enable shape codes completeness. Extract...
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