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CAD & Construction – It’s Not Just for Designers Anymore

Jobsite with Procore

Things have changed, though, and more and more construction firms are making the move to simple 2D CAD systems. With CAD, they can reduce the number of RFIs they need to submit, check spatial relationships in real time, and do their own site layout and staging. I know what you’re thinking. That’s for architects and engineers, right?

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What are the type of Cadding work in Wall and Roof?

The Constructor

What are the type of Cadding work in Wall and Roof? The post What are the type of Cadding work in Wall and Roof? appeared first on The Constructor.

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Bluebeam Revu Tip: Complementing CAD

Carol Hagen

While many Architectural, Engineering and Construction firms use Bluebeam Revu to convert CAD to PDF, there’s an often overlooked capability that is as plain as the nose on your face. “Nowadays, I draw in Bluebeam equal amounts to sketching or CAD.” It’s sketching and creating floorplan illustrations.

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From CAD to BIM: The evolution of construction technology

Construction Dive

Construction industry news, trends and jobs for building professionals who want mobile-friendly content.

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XS CAD Blog: Last but definitely not least

Construction Marketing Ideas

As the popular voting nears conclusion on March 31 for the 2019 Best Construction Blog competition, it is appropriate that the final blog to be reviewed — the XS CAD Blog — is enjoying last-minute surge. The post XS CAD Blog: Last but definitely not least appeared first on Construction Marketing Ideas.

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Esri, Autodesk Deepen Data Connections With CAD, Revit Features Coming to ArcGIS Pro

ENR Construction

Esri President Jack Dangermond and Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost promise new GIS-to-BIM workflows as Esri and Autodesk's partnership works to bring planners and designers closer together.

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Import CAD - Orient to View

Revit OpEd

The World Coordinate System (WCS) is used to orient the CAD file in the view. If the current view is set to True North and True North is rotated away from Project North, then clear this option to align the CAD file with True North. If you select this option, the CAD file will align with Project North regardless of the view orientation.

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