February 15, 2024

“Revit failed to start” or “RevitWorker.exe was not found.” when launching Revit

We often see our customers running into the above error messages when opening Revit. Though these errors may seem intimidating, they are usually fairly straightforward to repair.  Issue When trying to open Revit, you will see one of the error messages above (depending on which version of Revit). Revit 2024 and Later Revit initialization Failure…

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Alan Birmaher

January 31, 2024

REG Architects Enhances its Revit Workflows – Success Story

Customer challenge REG Architects started their transition journey to BIM a few years back, realigning their focus on Revit as a defacto platform in mid-April of 2021. In February this year, REG’s Management wanted to provide their Design Team with the opportunity to enhance their Revit Workflows and expand the team’s knowledge in areas like…

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Alan Birmaher

January 31, 2024

Prime Design Implements BIM 360 to Increase Collaboration Abilities – Success Story

Customer challenge Prime Design wanted to expand their collaborative abilities beyond the confines of the office. They wanted to enable some of their employees with more diverse schedules to be able to continue to collaborate from home and they wanted to open the door to collaborating in models shared with and linked to those used…

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Alan Birmaher

January 31, 2024

G Alvarez Studio Adopts New BIM Templates and Standards – Success Story

Customer challenge G Alvarez Studio approached DDSCAD as a legacy Autodesk AutoCAD customer, who was highly interested in adopting Building Information Modeling (BIM), while maintaining the traditional appeal of their custom in-house graphic CAD standards. Project goals G Alvarez Studio wanted to train its production staff to use Autodesk Revit (BIM) software to successfully complete…

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Alan Birmaher

February 22, 2023

Material Annotations in Revit

In this post, we explore how to annotate a wall section using material tags and material keynotes. We use the example of a wall section here to illustrate this, but this same process can be applied to material annotations in other areas as well. For more information, please contact us at info@ddscad.com

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Alan Birmaher

November 7, 2022

Uninstall Procedure for Autodesk Software

There are many reasons why you might want to fully uninstall certain Autodesk software. Typically, we do this with the regular Windows Uninstall feature, but Autodesk has some tools to make the job a little easier. Join our Customer Success Manager, Alan Birmaher, as he demonstrates thorough uninstall procedures to help you clean up your…

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Alan Birmaher

March 29, 2022

Intro to Rendering in Revit Using Enscape

Enscpae is an extremely powerful Render engine that can bring your Revit models to life. This video walks you through the process of bringing your Revit model into the world of Enscape so that you can experience it in a much more realistic way! For more information, please contact us at info@ddscad.com

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Alan Birmaher

November 10, 2021

Autodesk reveals new logo, look, and feel

Today we’re excited to introduce a new look and feel for Autodesk, including a new logo, colors, and imagery. This change is the first of several bold moves we’re making as a company to reimagine the Autodesk brand—one that underscores our belief that a better world can be designed and made for all. Dynamic, modern, and…

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Alan Birmaher

August 18, 2020

Getting Up and Running with your Autodesk Software

Managing our Autodesk software can be daunting, especially if we have a specific collection of programs. There are many tools that can help us install, update, and uninstall our software efficiently. When we want to install our software, we can do so by logging into our Autodesk account and using the “Browser Download” option to…

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Alan Birmaher

August 11, 2020

Get to Know your Autodesk Account

Your Autodesk account is a hub for your Autodesk software licenses and downloads. Using your Autodesk account, an administrator may assign or remove licenses for their users. Instead of using complex serial numbers to manage users, each user has a unique name. Administrators can keep track of users, their role, and which products they’re currently…

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Alan Birmaher