Pinnacle Series Partnership

Pinnacle Series Partnership

Press Release 22/07/2021, 02:38PM Eagle Point Software’s Pinnacle Series has announced a partnership with CADPRO, a New Zealand-based provider of design and data management solutions for manufacturers, designers and contractors. “We are thrilled to welcome CADPRO into the Pinnacle Series family,” shared John Biver, President and CEO of Eagle Point Software. “We are excited to partner with…

FAQ’s for Autodesk’s three new Cloud offerings: Autodesk Docs, Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro

FAQ’s for Autodesk’s three new Cloud offerings: Autodesk Docs, Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro

An overview of each new Autodesk Cloud offering: Autodesk Docs: Autodesk’s centralised document management solution on Autodesk Construction Cloud and included in the AEC Collection next year. Autodesk BIM Collaborate: Autodesk’s new offering for non-authoring team members will help project stakeholders to follow along with real-time design progress and annotate design clashes BIM 360 Design…

Project Explorer in Civil 3D

Project Explorer is an Add-on to Civil 3D and an all-in-one hub for managing the contents of and extracting information from Civil 3D models. Project Explorer has been released with the Civil 3D 2021.1 update and also works with Civil 3D 2020 and is available exclusively with Civil 3D in the AEC Collection. It has a tabbed…

Revit 2021.1 – Shared Views

Revit 2021.1 – Shared Views

Up until now, the only method to communicate markups and design changes is by creating a BIM 360 Project, which takes some planning, or sending pdf’s back and forth with markups. Shared views allow you to share your live model with collaborators and get their input right back into the model, without them having access…

Introducing BIM 360 Assets – Tracking Key Milestones

Introducing BIM 360 Assets – Tracking Key Milestones

In June, Autodesk added a new module to BIM 360 Build called Assets. Assets is used to track key milestones in the asset lifespan, from design and fabrication to delivery, installation, commissioning and ultimately handover. Assets can be defined as the following; Systems Components – such as Mechanical Equipment or Windows Moveable Equipment – such as…

Bluebeam Revu Home-Use License?

We’re often asked about a home-use license for Bluebeam Revu.  While Bluebeam’s licensing is very clear – one device, one license – you can help yourself by learning about Bluebeam Studio Sessions.  This is not a cost option, every license of Revu has access to Studio Sessions – so it will only cost you the…

Working in isolation

Working in isolation

Photo by Larisa Birta on Unsplash Working in isolation As self-isolation quickly becomes a reality for many, the challenge of figuring out how you’ll continue to work might be daunting.  To help, we’ve put together some information for working remotely and attempted to present the least costly options – this is no time for a sales pitch.  This…

Bluebeam Revu on a Mac

Bluebeam Revu on a Mac

Bluebeam Revu is (in my slightly biased opinion) the best PDF mark-up, creation, collaboration, and editing tool there is.  There are so many functions within Revu which make it invaluable people working with PDF’s who need to not only measure & mark up but extract useful data too.  Although Revu is now only available for…

AutoCAD Specialised Toolsets are timesavers

AutoCAD Specialised Toolsets are timesavers

AutoCAD Specialised Toolsets are timesavers Autodesk recently commissioned a study comparing basic AutoCAD to the AutoCAD specialised toolsets.  Therefore you can find out how they compared for performing common design tasks. You’ll be amazed at what timesavers you can achieve with AutoCAD Toolsets. When you subscribe to AutoCAD 2019, you can get access to all AutoCAD  “specialised…

Own that Markup in Bluebeam Revu

Own that Markup in Bluebeam Revu

Own that markup Following our recent Bluebeam 2018 webinar, we received some questions regarding “owning markups” in Revu.  With tools as powerful as those found in Revu, there’s always a chance that someone could accidentally (or intentionally) edit your markups.  Are you interested to learn a workflow where markups are only editable by the author? …