AEC Feed iPad app

Do you work in architecture, building engineering, civil engineering, or construction? Then this app is for you. Autodesk® AEC & Civil Engineering Feed is a free and easy-to-use information resource that helps you stay up to date on your industry and Autodesk® software at your convenience. With a wide variety of material—including articles, customer stories, […]

Coming Soon…Revit Collaboration=Project Skyscraper

Project Skyscraper to bring Revit Collaboration to the Cloud Project Skyscraper is a technology preview for Revit that will allow architects, engineers and contractors to collaborate on the Autodesk 360 cloud platform, eliminating the need for firms to invest in costly IT set-ups. With collaborative workflows across teams spanning different firms and locations becoming more and more […]

On Learning Revit

On a private newsgroup I frequent (composed mainly of Autodesk discussion group expatriates), I gave a friend of mine some advice on learning Revit. Melanie Perry picked it up and re-posted it to her blog here: http://mistressofthedorkness.blogspot.com/2011/05/moving-forward-when-your-company-wont.html Writing this, I was reminded of what it was like for myself as I went through the process […]

Creating Complex Linetypes in Revit

One of my customers emailed today with a question on creating complex custom linetypes Line Patterns in Revit like you have in AutoCAD, with characters in the linetype for delineating fencing, gas, etc.. In the past I’ve used several methods using Repeating Details (one of which was published on Autodesk’s support site that is, honestly, […]