CAD

August 31, 2016
Top 10 AutoCAD Hacks from Autodesk University premium
It’s hard to believe it, but AutoCAD is now 34 years old! Which is why you’ll find hundreds of AutoCAD courses at the upcoming Autodesk University (AU) live and online (dating as far back as 2011). Autodesk prides itself on continuously upgrading and enhancing AutoCAD so that it puts users at the forefront of design, […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
July 13, 2016
4 Ways to Brush Up on your Digital Design Skills this Summer premium
The dog days of summer are officially here. So what better time to brush up on your digital design skills. Here are some options for getting ahead of the curve this summer. Autodesk University Online Did you know Autodesk University (AU) offers free training year-round? These virtual classes include a useful combination of hands-on design […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
March 9, 2015
A CAD Blog with a Public Sector Twist premium
If there’s one certainty in the world of CAD and 3D design software, it’s change. New tools, new features, new use cases. Keeping up isn’t easy, but we’ve got you covered. Meet Acronym Online – our sister blog dedicated to CAD and 3D design professionals in the public sector. With contributions from the pros including […]
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Government Writer
May 15, 2013
3 Signs that your BIM Process Needs a Health Check premium
If your agency has decided on a BIM process and a technology to support it – how do you know if your BIM process is efficient? Are you getting every benefit available? Here are some simple checks, recommended by IMAGINiT Technologies, that you can follow to determine whether you’re getting the most out of your investment in BIM
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Government Writer
February 19, 2013
The Next Chapter in Hi-Tech Material Innovation is in the Open premium
We live in a convergence era of infinite computation, sensors, and materials that can be combined to create brand new possibilities. The speed of making a material transition from concept to production has increased and the cost has decreased exponentially. Decades ago, it would take you years and thousands of dollars to develop a product, but now it can take you hours and less than one-hundred dollars. This has happened because digital manufacturing is now mostly open source and open design, allowing people to utilize a community to create a better product.
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February 8, 2013
Three Questions with Lynn Allen, Autodesk Evangelist premium
A CAD event isn’t one without a certain Autodesk Evangelist showing up. Thankfully, Lynn Allen not only made an appearance during [acronym] Magazine Public Sector’s CAD Awards virtual event, she gave the keynote talk. 60 AutoCAD Tips in 60 Minutes provided users with more valuable tricks and shortcuts than a magician carries up his infinite sleeve and within his endless hat. We caught up with Lynn afterward to bring you her thoughts on her most useful tips, cloud, and the next five years of digital design.
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January 25, 2013
[acronym] Virtual CAD Awards & Expo – 5 Reasons You Can’t Afford to Miss this Free Event premium
Did you register yet? Don’t’ forget to join [acronym] for the 2nd annual virtual [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards and Expo on Wednesday, February 6, 2013, from 10.00 AM – 3:00 PM.
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Government Writer
July 22, 2011
Public Sector CAD Awards – Share Your Innovations and Achievements premium
It’s very rare that the public sector gets the attention it deserves for its innovations and achievements in the field of digital design. Whether it’s saving tax dollars by using computer aided design (CAD) software to introduce efficiencies in waste water management or helping the war fighter with precision weapons design and simulation - the examples, across federal, state and local government are endless. Well, with the newly announced [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards, finally these agencies have the opportunity to share the creative ways they have used digital design/CAD software to improve the performance of their agency and enhance the delivery of citizen-centric services.
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