After a hugely successful Inaugural BrisBIM Gathering back in April, the next one has rolled around already! It’s next Wednesday the 19th June:
Arrive from 5:00pm
5:30pm – Intro & Announcements
5:45pm – Introduction to the buildingSMART National BIM Initiative (NBI), Peter Scuderi(buildingSMART)
5:50pm – BIM: Why it should be [...]
This isn’t a new feature but still useful, especially if you have any beginners that you are trying to wean off direct support;
Pressing F1 whilst hovering over a tool not only takes you to the Autodesk Revit WikiHelp website, but directly to the page associated with that particular tool.
There’s been a lot of talk recently about scaling families in Revit. This was perhaps first stirred up last year by Marcello Sgambelluri in a blog post that stated, contrary to popular belief, that families could indeed be scaled. This was followed by various posts from others (including Andy Milburn, [...]
I recently attended the Autodesk AEC Technology Day 2013 (for the Autodesk 2014 release) in Brisbane. The morning consisted mainly of snippets and demos of the products. If you keep up to date with the software scene there wasn’t much new. The emphasis was on the suites, cross software workflows, and a focus on the new [...]
I read a post last week over at the Revit Kid.com that really got me thinking. It’s not often that you come across new ideas, even though the features may have been around for a while, just forgotten about (by me at least!). The topic was about exporting views as Linked HTML files [...]
I’m busy preparing for the Revit Technology Conference Australasia 2013 which is kicking off on Thursday in Auckland. If you haven’t booked yet it’s not too late…
If you’ve ever wondered how to highlight doors in a schedule if they don’t meet minimum clear opening requirements, or show a warning if they are used in a wall [...]
There has been a bit more interest in LOD recently. There was this extensive post not so long ago, over at Anthony McPhee’s blog, practical BIM. And just today I read that the first draft of the BIM Level of Development (LOD) Specification is finally available for public comment. I came across this at [...]
Wow, how time flies! It’s only just over two weeks away from the start of RTC Australasia.
If you haven’t registered yet, get in quick. If you register by 12pm on the 1st May you have the chance to take home a Dell M6700 17″ Mobile Workstation, as posted by Wesley earlier [...]
Just a quick post to remind you all that the Inaugural BrisBIM Gathering is tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd April.
There are some great presentations lined up:
Arrive from 5:00pm
5:30pm – Introduction & Announcements
5:40pm – My BIM’s bigger than your BIM!, Franz Hein (Woods Bagot)
6:00pm – Realising the advantages of [...]
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