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Remember to Disable the Disjoin in Revit Remember to Disable the Disjoin in Revit
By Steve Stafford, Revit OpED
The Move tool offers an option called Disjoin. When it is used Revit deletes the original and creates a new element at the new location. Avoid this.
BOXX Vs. Dell for Best BIM Workstation
By BOXX Technologies
Lanmar compares the BOXX APEXX S3 and the DELL PRECISION 7920 to see which one is best for Revit. See who wins in this must-see video!
How an Optimized Workstation Accelerates Your Design
By BOXX Technologies
Watch this BOXX video to learn about the right processors, how many graphics cards, and how much RAM is recommended for running AEC software.
What's New in InfraWorks What's New in InfraWorks
By Sarah Cunningham, Product Line Manager, Autodesk
InfraWorks now includes the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS, in addition to updates for users with access to projects in multiple BIM 360 accounts.
Tips & Tricks
Losing Your License When Disconnected from the Internet? Losing Your License When Disconnected from the Internet?
By Synergis EDS
Losing your Autodesk license when disconnected from the internet can happen for multiple reasons. Synergis EDS has a few tips to prevent this.
How to Launch a Specific Revit Version When Double Clicking How to Launch a Specific Revit Version When Double Clicking
By Cherisse Biddulph, IMAGINiT Technologies
We have all been told that double clicking on any Autodesk file to open it is a big no no but there are still some users who have been doing it.
About Curtain Wall Panels in Revit About Curtain Wall Panels in Revit
By ASCENT
You can select the existing panels and in the Type Selector, select a panel type with the material you want to use.
Make Sure that All Views Are in Printing Sheets Make Sure that All Views Are in Printing Sheets
By Jokubas Vaisvila, AGACAD MEP Engineer& BIM Application Engineer
AGACAD covers how to make sure all the views are loaded onto sheets and ready for printing. Check out this Revit workflow.
Case Studies
Glass Canvas Expands VR & Rendering Capabilities with AMD
By AMD
London firm, Glass Canvas maximizes its hardware capacity using AMD GPU and CPUs for its large architectural renderings and animations.
West Surrey Racing Accelerates Victory with AMD   West Surrey Racing Accelerates Victory with AMD
By AMD
See how HP's Z workstations and AMD's professional graphics cards help keep the British winning team stay ahead of its competitors.
AMD Helps BPA Power CAD and VR with a Single Card AMD Helps BPA Power CAD and VR with a Single Card
By AMD
See how packaging food company, BluePrint Automation, was able to design and visualize complex CAD models with AMD's CAD-to-VR solution.
Stantec Enhances Design Team Efficiency with IMAGINiT Stantec Enhances Design Team Efficiency with IMAGINiT
By IMAGINiT Technologies
Stantec used IMAGINiT Clarity with Revit to allow project teams to access data, automate tasks, and gain project and model level analytics.
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What's Important in Workstations to End Users? What's Important in Workstations to End Users?
By Jon Peddie
JPR's shares findings from an Intel survey on what end users think about workstations and how they use them in both manufacturing and AEC.
Workstation Processors Get Better with Intel Workstation Processors Get Better with Intel
By Jon Peddie, Jon Peddie Research
Jon Peddie takes a look at the new Xeon W Processors based on Skylake/Purley and provides some comparisons of Intel processors.
IMAGINiT Helps Firm Set the Stage for Future Growth IMAGINiT Helps Firm Set the Stage for Future Growth
By IMAGINiT Technologies
By implementing Revit with support from the IMAGINiT team Alban Engineering was able to increase efficiency and better collaboration.
Considerations for Sharing BIM Data with AEC Teams Considerations for Sharing BIM Data with AEC Teams
By Brian Haines, FM:Systems
FM:Systems' Brian Haines says the best way to define what data you need is by talking to the people who will actually be using the BIM data daily.