December 19, 2019

In this vlog, we'll discuss a modeling tool in BricsCAD that you can use to easily combine 3D solid models into a single object.

December 17, 2019

Unless you are an experienced photographer or have taken a perspective course, Revit’s Camera settings can seem a bit complicated. We will explore the settings of the Camera in Perspective views in Revit.

To create a new Perspective view, open a Plan view. Click on the...

December 12, 2019

In traditional parametric-based environments such as Inventor or Solidworks, sketching typically involves defining a “New Sketch” which is aligned to a face of the 3D model or with reference to the world coordinate system. Every object drawn on this sketch will be copl...

December 10, 2019

Ok, so in Part I of this blog we discussed creating and displaying the volume surface ranges, to get the colored background we want for our CUT/FILL maps. Today, we’re going to talk about getting the depth range labels (both +/-) values and color coding them as you see...

December 5, 2019

There are hundreds, if not thousands of commands in Autodesk Inventor. Some are used on a daily basis, others rarely. Although Inventor’s ribbon menus are very well organized, they are massive, sometimes requiring four or more clicks to access an uncommon command. To m...

December 3, 2019

A Cut/Fill map is a common requirement for any earthworks project. We want a nice, color-coded, series of depth range (like below) with labels of cut/fill depth for quick reference. It’s an area a lot of us struggle with but it’s actually pretty simple to accomplish on...

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