Category Archives: Revit

Revit – How to “Partial Load” like in AutoCAD

With it being a new year, 2017, you may have recently decided to upgrade your Revit models to version 2017. This trick of how to open a Revit file, without links loading is something I’ve found necessary so that Revit … Continue reading

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Revit Space Naming Utility: Families & Rooms

Revit Space Naming Utility & Revit Links:  Associate Revit Families to Rooms This article describes how to use the Revit Space Naming Utility (SNU) to create Spaces that a Revit Family can look up parameters from. A great simple example … Continue reading

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Future of Building Design Demo

CAD Masters hosted a free hands-on demo of the latest technology from Autodesk as it pertains to the future of building design. CAD Masters’ expert, Brian Lee, led the event and discussed the following topics: Benefits of Using Dynamo Studio … Continue reading

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Expanding Previous Version Eligibility for Desktop Subscription

Starting on August 14, 2015, customers with certain Desktop Subscription products will have access to additional previous versions. Access to previously released versions of Autodesk software is a benefit of Autodesk Subscription licensing. If you do not already own a … Continue reading

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AutoCAD and Autodesk Subscription Center Download Install Now vs. Browser Download

Installation disks are starting to be considered obsolete, and a digital download is becoming the default distribution method. We’re all familiar with how long downloading software takes; some longer and some shorter depending on file size and download speed. Whatever … Continue reading

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