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Don’t Be Afraid – Prologue

In AutoCAD Architecture, CAD / BIM Manager on December 18, 2009 at 12:24 pm

Due in large part to a recent thread on the Autodesk forums, I am going to be reevaluating my content storage and delivery systems in AutoCAD Architecture.  That is, the style templates and tool palettes.

Style Templates

Currently all our AEC content exists in a single ‘style template’ drawing file.  The biggest reason for this setup is the complexity of the Display System, Read the rest of this entry »


A Long Time Ago…

In General on December 13, 2009 at 7:28 pm

…in a galaxy far, far way –

Old-time BIM.

BIM, they used.


In General on December 11, 2009 at 11:28 am

I’m not quite sure how to start this off, so I’ll begin with an introduction.  My name is Anthony Mason.  I’ve worked in the Architecture / Engineering / Construction industry since 1998.  I began this career using AutoCAD release 14 with Architectural Desktop release 1.  I have access to the latest versions, but for now I’m using AutoCAD Architecture 2008 for production work.  What I’m excited about for now is Read the rest of this entry »