A blogger that I enjoy reading has changed the name of his blog in the hopes of getting better stats. The name was changed to Zooming with Revit. It used to be “Life’s too short to drink cheap wine.” Great name that's really memorable but even more memorable is the great posts that are created on this blog. If you get a chance, bookmark his site... The more hits the more likely he will keep blogging. Ohh... and the site has more than just Revit on its posts.
Friday, August 29, 2008
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
I was browsing the web and found this site. While it mostly has Green Building articles it has the potential to be a very interesting Revit News site.
Check it out! http://www.revitcommunity.com
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Just announced today by Autodesk "New Versions of Autodesk NavisWorks Product Line Now Available"
Some key quotes from the announcement include:
Updates were made to the full Autodesk NavisWorks product line, whichenables seamless visualization of all types of models, precise replicationof designs, and accurate simulation of 4D construction schedules. TheNavisWorks products help keep all project stakeholders on the same digitalpage, whether they are creating, viewing or reviewing 3D models.
The updated version of the Autodesk NavisWorks line of products nowalso provides:
- Support for Revit assembly codes for "symbol" element types
- Properties support for new style DWF files (as exported from Revit)
- Asta Powerproject V10 support
- AutoCAD Mechanical 2008 64-bit support
- 64-bit exporters now included in the main installer
- Vico Constructor 2008 support
- Enhancements to application programming interface
Autodesk NavisWorks 2009.1 products are now available worldwide inEnglish, French, German, Japanese, Russian and Simplified Chinese.Additionally, Autodesk NavisWorks Freedom is now available as a free add-onproduct with Autodesk NavisWorks Manage, Autodesk NavisWorks Simulate andAutodesk NavisWorks Review installs. More information can be found at http://www.autodesk.com/navisworks.
Posted by Jason Grant at 9:40 AM
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Three months ago I accepted a position as BIM Specialist at a Boston, MA based Architecture firm with about 200 employees. After 10+ years of working on Architectural projects I have now begun supporting those teams producing the work. I am very excited about this change and the ability to explore Revit, BIM and many other programs with more depth than ever before. Now that I have settled into my position I would like to share with everyone some of what I have learned recently.
Posted by Jason Grant at 12:04 PM