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Joining the Nodes in your BIM career with Dynamo. by Shanoc Halliday

Remember when Lisp Routines were the in thing? I remember whenever somebody new started at the Company, I would ask “Are you good with AutoCAD? Can you make a Lisp Routine?” Most of the time the response was a sketchy [...]

December 21, 2016 Captain Bimcad, Tips and Tricks

Captains Log – Ansvar – Drones, PointClouds, Revit & Data. by Shanoc Halliday

BIM is creatively finding its way into more areas than I would have imagined. I was involved in the training of a Company that plan to capitalise on a wide range of BIM workflows, where frankly, I don’t know if [...]

December 5, 2016 Captain Bimcad, Industry

Autodesk Vehicle Tracking Workshop

Animate your vehicle swept paths directly within a CAD environment Join us at the Hilton Hotel Brisbane and discover how engineers, designers, and planners are using Autodesk Vehicle Tracking to evaluate vehicle movements on transportation or site design projects. Led [...]

November 28, 2016 A2K News, Events

Microsoft Surface just got more Precise

Microsoft has launched two new ‘Surface’ machines that are capable of running 3D CAD software, including Siemens NX and SolidWorks. This includes the Surface Studio, a desktop ‘workstation’ with a built in 28-inch screen and a new Surface Book laptop / [...]

November 23, 2016 A2K News, Technology

Portable Scanning and Autodesk’s ReCap 360 Pro

The laser scanning market has just experienced a shock wave with Autodesk and Leica teaming up to lower the cost of entry. While laser scanning has been growing in popularity the price and accessibility of scanners has been stubbornly kept [...]

November 22, 2016 A2K News, Technology

VR for Revit Workflows

Have you viewed your Revit Workflows through the lenses of Virtual Reality yet? From Google to Microsoft Virtual Reality is taking tech, productivity and project building/viewing to the next level. Now you can view and edit workflows in your reality  [...]

November 21, 2016 A2K News

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

The world’s first mini workstation designed for CAD users*

Made by and for design professionals, the revolutionary Z2 Mini gives you both performance and reliability in a small, elegant design for the best CAD experience. Small, but powerful HP has packed the performance of a traditional business-class tower in a [...]

November 16, 2016 Industry, Technology

Where can Autodesk take you?

Three and a half decades on, the world has been there to play witness to the inventions and innovations Autodesk software has delivered. From cars and motorbikes, to Lego, to surfboards and even prototype outer space parts; Autodesk has been [...]

November 15, 2016 Technology

Australia’s Largest Convention Facilities

The New South Wales Government is partnering with the private sector to create Australia’s largest convention, exhibition and entertainment facilities. This transformation of Sydney’s Darling Harbour will deliver a world-class events precinct and represents a major urban renewal for the [...]

October 19, 2016 A2K News, Industry