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The new Autodesk Structural Precast Extension for Revit 2019 – continuing the automation journey

The Autodesk Structural Precast Extension for Revit 2019 is now available,  delivering even more automation of structural precast modelling-to-fabrication workflows.

Automation has three major benefits:

  • Better quality –eliminating the manual component of repetitive tasks reduces the risk of error, for example that may occur when copying rebar from one element to another
  • More efficiency – by delivering rule-based processes that require less user input,
Dan Peticila

Small residential design firm delivers on homeowners’ dreams with Revit and VR

Written by Ian Hintze, owner Brayjam Construction

Brayjam Construction is a family-owned and operated residential design and construction firm located in New York state.

Over the past decade of building out residential projects, it became apparent to us that most clients can’t fully comprehend a design until the project is actually built. 

Sylvia Knauer

From Collaboration for Revit to BIM 360 Design — what the Revit user needs to know

Autodesk has released updates to BIM 360, our project delivery and construction management platform that supports informed decision-making across the project lifecycle.  BIM 360 now centralizes all project data in a single data repository, connecting project stakeholders and workflows – from design to construction to operations.

Part of update is the release of BIM 360 Design,

Sasha Crotty

Engineer confirms accuracy of Autodesk energy analysis tools

Written by Heather Johnson

It’s a dilemma faced by architects and engineers when considering early-stage design analysis:  which is more important– accuracy or precision?  Accuracy refers to the closeness of a measurement to an actual or known value, while precision is related to variation between multiple measurements of the same element.

Sarah Sharifi

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