AUGIWorld March 2019 Issue with Autodesk Portland on the Cover

Look what made the cover of Autodesk User Group Intl “AUGIWorld” magazine for March 2019! The photo on the cover is of the Autodesk Portland office stairs constructed of reclaimed lumber and the design by MacKenzie that was inspired by CAM cutting paths that some of our software generates.

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In addition to the awesome Autodesk Portland office on the cover, there is some great content.
https://www.augi.com/augiworld/issue/march-2019

  • Tips ‘n’ TricksShawn Herring uncovers some AutoCAD Civil 3D tools that are often overlooked.
  • Accelerate DesignMatt Wunch helps you speed design in InfraWorks with these tips on adjusting building heights using aerial images, and more.
  • Increasing Revit Productivity and EfficienciesKenn Farr gets you familiar with keyboard shortcuts in Revit Structure.
  • Beyond the Blank Page: Generative Design and the Future of the AEC IndustryAnthony A. Hauck discusses why generative design is vital to the growth of AEC.
  • Tips That Never Get Old – Brian Chapman offers up five tips to improve the 3ds Max experience.
  • New Manager: What Do I Do Now?Mark Kiker helps new managers figure out their next steps.
  • Working with Schedule TablesMelinda Heavrin defines some terms, then dives into a lesson on using Schedule Tables in AutoCAD Architecture 2019.
  • Inside TrackBrian Andresen presents new and enhanced AEC-related products. This month: CAD Monkey Lite, which takes care of tasks such as xref creation and linking drawings, thus freeing time for architects, engineers, and designers; Smart Unhide Elements lets you unhide elements simply; and ID Spec Plugin allows users to create an electrical power plan with the architectural layout of the building in the background.