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Will BIM Make CAD Irrelevant? At Larson & Darby, the Answer Is 'No'   26 Jan, 2011

A transition to Autodesk Revit doesn't need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Day to day, AutoCAD still gets the job done eloquently.More>>

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Simplifying Access to Laser-Scanning Data    17 Nov, 2010

As the popularity of laser scanning grows, being able to manipulate the data efficiently becomes ever more important. IMAGINiT Technologies' Scan to BIM software speeds workflows by giving Revit users direct access to point clouds.More>>

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Share BIM Models with Virtual Building Explorer   4 Nov, 2010

ArchiCAD Insights Tutorial: Communicate designs to your clients with Graphisoft's visualization tools.More>>

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Vectorworks 2011 Makes Leaps in Rendering, BIM, and 2D/3D Modeling   16 Sep, 2010

New Service Select subscription program rolls out to U.S. customers.More>>

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Use DWG Format Details in ArchiCAD   15 Jul, 2010

Archicad Insights Tutorial: Incorporate your existing CAD detail library into your workflow.More>>

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In the Eye of a BIMStorm   17 Jun, 2010

Onuma's online platform facilitates collaboration on recovery and reconstruction projects in Haiti.More>>

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ArchiCAD 14 Eases Model Sharing and Updating between Architects and Engineers   3 Jun, 2010

Latest version of BIM solution supports open design collaboration and boosts productivity and Teamwork 2.0 functionality. More>>

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Make Your CAD Resolutions Stick, Part 2   10 Feb, 2010

Following up on your BIM-based plans for 2010 requires strategy, research, and a lot of testing.More>>

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ArchiCAD 13 (First Look Review)   1 Oct, 2009

Graphisoft's ArchiCAD 13 has a familiar look, but its new 64-bit and multiple-processor support, BIM server, and improvements to team management, object handling, and production tools have the potential to rock the world of building information modeling.More>>

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What's the BIM Deal? Part 3   23 Sep, 2009

From users to IT to senior management, everyone in your company has their own expectations about BIM implementation. Communication, training, and planning will increase your chances of success and minimize the number of unhappy campers. More>>


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