AEC Magazine

Autodesk Design Review

Posted by - August 23, 2006
Autodesk has, yet again, reworked and re-branded its viewing and mark-up solutions for AutoCAD, Revit and Inventor. Autodesk Design Review is the company
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On the right track

Posted by - June 27, 2006
Leading rail network engineering consultancy Holland Railconsult generates up to two million technical drawings and specifications every year. The company enhanced its file sharing and archiving processes with Acrobat Professional…
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The BIM experience

Posted by - December 3, 2007
Blair Gray, Technologist at Dyer Architects, shares his mixed experiences on the path to Building Information Modelling with Graphisoft
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Scan to PDF

Posted by - November 30, 2007
PDF is ubiquitous, and is becoming an increasingly popular format for storing scanned drawings. However, there
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Scanning uncovered

Posted by - October 22, 2007
Steve Hannath of Softcover looks beyond the marketing hype and tells you all you need to know when buying a wide format scanner for CAD.
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The light fantastic

Posted by - August 25, 2007
The way we see our world is thanks to the way light is absorbed and/or reflected by the objects around us. In Revit and 3ds Max this can be re-created…
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Look around you (closely!)

Posted by - December 7, 2006
James Cutler, CEO at eMapSite explores how the explosion in the ability to capture, store and mine all kinds of data digitally allows CAD and GIS practitioners to play an…
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Getting ready to get it right

Posted by - October 9, 2006
CAD and/or GI requirements remain one of the more frequently overlooked aspects of a project scope, in terms of resources, budget and time. Yet experience suggests that the more such…
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Max vs Maya

Posted by - October 9, 2006
A 3ds Max user for ten years, Chris Hobbs, application specialist at CADline, recently started using Maya. But which is the right product for in design visualisation users?
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