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How to get Revit’s Places to go where you want. by Shanoc Halliday

Back in the day when I used AutoCAD, any project that I was working on would be set up with little folders in the Open Dialog Box “Places”. Oh, the joy as I knew what was where and that I [...]

November 21, 2016 Captain Bimcad, Tips and Tricks

BrisBIM

Hey BIM Users, if you missed out last October catch up online with the pdfs. From Maturity and Change Models, Drones, Aerial Laser Survey Data and more, don’t miss out on the next BIM hit in 29 days. This November [...]

November 1, 2016 A2K News, Events

Facilities Management has gone Mobile

When it comes to asset and maintenance management, there’s an app for that. Now you fulfill all your facilities management needs from your smartphone. At the the airport, from the taxi or for emergency problems before your interstate or overseas [...]

September 30, 2016 Industry, Technology

Captain Bimcad – Revit 2017 Text Upgrade Workflows by Shanoc Halliday

As a long term Revit user, I welcomed in the 2017 new text editor, I mean how great is that?  My inner OCD child was ecstatic at the new workflows that would ensure consistency in the documentation for clients. Bringing [...]

September 16, 2016 Technology, Tips and Tricks

The Captain. by Shanoc Halliday

In my former roles, I sailed the data storms, sought to improve goods trades and sat amongst the crew talking of mutiny if management did sail this BIM ship towards LOD500 waters.  The curious thing is that it’s hard to [...]

September 1, 2016 Technology

End Of Autodesk Design Suites

As Autodesk continue our transition to a fully subscription-based business, we remain committed to providing you greater value, more flexibility and a simpler way to access the Autodesk software you need.vian34 On 1 August 2016, we will introduce Autodesk industry [...]

July 19, 2016 Industry

Webinar: 3D Visualisation Techniques for Civil Drafters and Designers

We are constantly producing a plethora of drawings… namely 2d drawings. As useful as these are they fail to demonstrate the “full picture” when it comes to complex details and sections. Native 3D visualization is a standard feature in almost [...]

February 18, 2016 Tips and Tricks

3D Printing: No more tumbles for Tumbles the puppy

The two-legged pup with a 3D printed wheelchair. A rescue puppy with only two legs is learning how to walk with the aid of a 3D-printed wheelchair. Tumbles, the runt of the litter, was born with only two legs before [...]

November 26, 2015 Technology

What’s New with Adobe?

The latest 2015 Creative Cloud and Photoshop CS6  updates have arrived. Creative Cloud has come a long way since its original release in 2012. Its’ newly released features include performance boosts to optimise the program by providing more computer cohesion. [...]

November 18, 2015 Technology

Adobe: CreativeSync Updated

Meet the new CreativeSync. As usual, there are too many small new features and updates across the Creative Cloud app to go into detail about every one of them, but Adobe is clearly putting the emphasis on a couple of areas. [...]

October 26, 2015 Technology