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AU Las Vegas: the Fab Forum is getting bigger and better

If you’re a trade contractor  planning to attend Autodesk University Las Vegas November 13-15, 2018, then we’ve got news for you. This year, we are expanding the MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum, which had previously been a standalone session, into AU.

What does this mean for you?

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Learn everything about building performance analysis: Autodesk Insight webinar series

If you’d like to explore more deeply how to use Autodesk Insight — the building performance analysis service that works with Revit– here are three in-depth webinars hosted by Senior Product Manager Ian Molloy that will set you on the right track.

In these webinars, which are free by the way,

Sylvia Knauer

Steel Workflow from Early Concept to Fabrication using AEC Collection – Part 1

Traditional structural engineering workflows involve a variety of challenges. Structural engineers typically start the design process by getting familiar with the architect’s design by interpreting architectural drawings or general 3D conceptions.

From those drawings most structural engineering offices will create at least two different visions of the project by creating a design of the physical models for documentation,

Tomasz Fudala

The MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum Expands at Autodesk University

If you’ve been a part of the MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum in the past, you know what a unique event it is—a place to learn how technology is changing the game for those who detail and fabricate MEP and structural systems.

What started as 1-day preconference to Autodesk University is about to get bigger and better.

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