Cadalyst Video Picks (Vol. 2, No. 15)

13 Aug, 2017 By: Cadalyst Staff

New from Cadalyst

Copy Multiple Objects out of Xrefs

Copy Multiple Objects out of Xrefs
If you want to copy a large group of objects out of an external reference (xref) and don't want to use the painful NCopy command that forces you to pick them one at a time, then you'll love this tip! Join Lynn Allen as she shows you the super-secret way to select as many objects as you want using standard selection set methods to make copies of objects found in xrefs for use in your current drawing. All done without disturbing the xref one little bit! Watch the video

From the CAD Community

Call for videos: Cadalyst editors invite you to suggest a video for inclusion in "From the CAD Community." Submissions must be previously published and nonpromotional. They should provide guidance on CAD technologies and trends; do not submit software tutorials or "tips and tricks"–type videos. Send the link to

Open BIM Basics

Open BIM Basics
This video from GRAPHISOFT, maker of ARCHICAD, presents and explains the benefits of open building information modeling (BIM) using real-life, practical examples. Over the course of this 40-minute presentation, viewers can learn how projects are shared among architects, engineers, builders, and clients. Watch the video

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