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Adam Butcher

What’s New In Autodesk Inventor 2019

What’s New In Autodesk Inventor 2019
It’s that time of the year again to look at the new features for Autodesk Inventor 2019. We always look forward to these releases to see which improvements and new features have been added to help us with our day to day tasks. Inventor users from around the world have again provided feedback, which has contributed to the enhancements for the 2019 experience. This is a quick overview of the new fea...
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James Wood

Creating an Animation for Highwood Homes – North Stoneham Park

Creating an Animation for Highwood Homes – North Stoneham Park
Here at Graitec we were tasked with creating an animation for Highwood homes. Highwood was founded over 30 years ago as a privately-owned company with a commitment to acquire land selectively, build sensitively and sustainably whilst setting benchmarked standards of design and construction. The project in question was a new site in Eastleigh called North Stoneham Park, the site is set within a his...
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Alan Johnson

How To Use The Revit Linework Tool

How To Use The Revit Linework Tool
There are several tools available in Revit to manipulate, modify, and manage the way elements display in the drawing area. The Linework tool is one useful tool that does not create new model or detail lines in the view. Instead, it overrides the current line style of the selected line and applies a different line style. You can use the Linework tool to change the line style of projection edges for...
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Aleck Giles

A Guide To Advance Steel Dimensions

A Guide To Advance Steel Dimensions
The parametric dimensioning tools in Advance Steel are incredibly effective, handling different scales and clipped (shortened) views without the user even thinking about it. Unfortunately, the trade off for this functionality seems to be that certain dimension commands are a bit more fiddly to use than the plain AutoCAD equivalents. This seems to particularly affect the Arc Length, Angle and Radiu...
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Alan Johnson

Revit Tip - Placing an Angled Dimension

Revit Tip - Placing an Angled Dimension
Whilst using Revit, have you ever tried to place a dimension on an angled wall which is part of a larger wall system, but found that you couldn't configure the dimension to run parallel to the angled wall?   One option for correcting this would be to remove one of the walls adjacent to the angled wall, then select the angled wall, and a temporary dimension that is aligned with the angled wal...
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