October 29, 2019

Corridors. We all know what they do, right? Ask anyone in the Civil 3D world and they’ll tell you: “Those are for designing roads!” Well . . . they’re not wrong, but they’re not right either. Yes, corridors are commonly used for roads but that’s not all they can do for...

October 23, 2019

Rendering is an artistic representation of a potential reality. Being able to visualize the model is helpful for clients and owners in the design process. Renderings are often used in marketing materials and should be top quality. While many add-on programs for renderi...

October 17, 2019

Working with sheet metal is a breeze using BricsCAD Mechanical. When you combine standard sheet metal operations such as flanging and hemming with BricsCAD’s direct modeling interface, you get a powerful tool for creating sheet metal designs in a matter of minutes!

To b...

October 15, 2019

Inventor Professional has the option for simulating the fabrication of a part using various standard manufacturing processes such as milling, cutting, drilling, and turning. By simply entering parameters and selecting geometry, you can generate the entire sequence of m...

October 8, 2019

The default or Architectural templates in Revit are sometimes used as a starting point for structural drawings. However Structural templates in Revit contain unique features that comply with standards for structural drawings.

Starting a new project using Revit’s default...

October 1, 2019

One of BricsCAD’s unique features is the incorporation of parameters into a 3D model. A parameter is a user-defined or dependent value that can be linked to a 3D constraint. As the parameter value is modified, the relevant geometry is updated.

Using this feature, we can...

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