Revit Columns – Architectural and Structural – some tips and pointers

If you’ve been using Revit any length of time, you’ll have seen that Revit has 2 types of columns, namely Structural and Architectural. The functional difference is obvious however, some explanation […]

The future of construction with BIM and VR

The potential for building information modelling (BIM) to shake up the construction industry is well documented, and adoption of new tools is expected to increase rapidly in the coming years. WhaTech […]

Making paperwork a thing of the past with digital tools

Digital solutions have introduced all manner of efficiency and productivity benefits to the workplace. Coupled with almost 3.5 billion mobile devices in use worldwide, according to Ericsson, people can now […]

Bluebeam Revu: Work with no limits

Architects and draftsmen have long been associated with the art of paper drawings and sketches. As we move into a digital world, however, we need powerful and exciting software that can […]

What you need to know about incoming BIM standards

The introduction of Building Information Modelling (BIM) has fundamentally altered the infrastructure industry, providing new tools and techniques that offer tremendous benefits. A report by McGraw Hill Construction found that […]

Bluebeam Revu 2016.5 – new features and improvements.

Bluebeam REVU 2016.5 Bluebeam have released a new version of their Revu PDF creation and markup tools. The new release covers Revu Standard, CAD, eXtreme and the MAC version. There […]

Advanced Copy Tool in Autodesk Advance Steel

Have you ever tried copying a Beam or Plate cut feature using the Copy tool and wondered why is this not working? Well the reason for that is Autodesk Advance […]

How to adjust the zero point of a Revit Project (Australian Height Datum)

You can happily work in Revit without worrying about survey height data. Indeed if you have started a project without any information about Australian Height Datum (AHD)  then you’ll usually just set […]

What’s the deal with AutoCAD 2017 & file formats?

Traditionally, Autodesk has updated the file format in AutoCAD every 3 years. These milestones meant that there was a major change to the format in 2007,2010, 2013 and so forth. […]
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