July 20, 2021

Sequences in Bluebeam Revu

When we need to place tens of hundreds of markups, we can use the “Reuse” function to allow us to click continuously instead of having to click on the markup each time after placing it. We can take this concept one step further by turning our alphabetical and numerical markups into sequences. A sequence can…

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Ariel Rejtman

July 16, 2021

Dynamic Blocks with Array Actions & Linear Parameters in AutoCAD – Part 5

This is the fifth part of our five-part series on creating dynamic blocks in AutoCAD. The process of copying an object and pasting it many times on a drawing can be tedious. By using a Linear parameter in conjunction with an Array action, we can create dynamic blocks that can be “stretched” and copied automatically…

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Ariel Rejtman

July 16, 2021

Dynamic Blocks with Visibility, Linear, & Lookup Parameters in AutoCAD – Part 4

This is the fourth part of our five-part series on creating dynamic blocks in AutoCAD. One dynamic block can replace tens of hundreds of similar blocks of differing sizes and attributes. By using the Visibility, Linear, and Lookup parameters, we can toggle different “states” and allow our blocks to transform with a couple of clicks.…

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Ariel Rejtman

July 16, 2021

Dynamic Blocks with Rotation & Flip Parameters in AutoCAD – Part 3

This is the third part of our five-part series on creating dynamic blocks in AutoCAD. There are many kinds of parameters and actions that we can associate with our blocks. The Flip and Rotation Parameters save us time by allowing us to toggle different “states” in which the object exists in model space. We don’t…

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Ariel Rejtman

July 16, 2021

Dynamic Blocks with Multiple Insertion Points & Alignments in AutoCAD – Part 2

This is the second part of our five-part series on creating dynamic blocks in AutoCAD. Blocks can be created from lines and other objects. We can add a base point to them, and if we want to insert them from different points, we can add multiple insertion points to our blocks. This allows us to…

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Ariel Rejtman

July 16, 2021

Using Dynamic Blocks & The Tool Palette in AutoCAD – Part 1

This is the first part of our five-part series on creating dynamic blocks in AutoCAD. Using and creating Dynamic Blocks in AutoCAD can seem to be a daunting and time-consuming task that requires a lot of preparation and expertise. This tutorial aims at simplifying the process and demonstrating how powerful Dynamic blocks can be. We…

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Ariel Rejtman

June 24, 2021

Autodesk BIM Collaborate & Collaborate Pro – Webinar

Join Autodesk’s Technical Specialist, Matt Wunch to learn how BIM Collaborate can help design teams co-author Revit models, easily understand incoming changes from collaborating teams, and make informed decisions to help deliver better designs with less rework. Autodesk® BIM Collaborate and Autodesk® BIM Collaborate Pro (formerly BIM 360 Design) are cloud-based design collaboration and coordination…

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Ariel Rejtman

June 10, 2021

Customizing our Interface & Toolbars in Bluebeam Revu

Many programs have an interface that can be changed and customized to reflect your workflow. The tools and functions in Bluebeam Revu are extremely flexible and can be moved, hidden, and customized with a few clicks. We can add and remove more shortcuts to our current toolbars. By hiding duplicate tools and showing important tools…

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Ariel Rejtman

May 28, 2021

The Scale Tool in AutoCAD

One of the most commonly used tools in AutoCAD is the Scale function. It allows us to resize lines, polylines, and shapes. It’s typically used to increase or decrease an object’s size by using multiplication and division. The Scale command can also be used with references, and we can specify specific points to set an…

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Ariel Rejtman

May 25, 2021

Fillet, Chamfer, & Blend Curves with AutoCAD – Part 3

This is the third part of our three-part series that explains how to use the Fillet, Chamfer, and Blend Curves tools in AutoCAD. This section focuses on the Blend Curves function. Drawing tangential and smooth curves is easy with the Blend Curves command. It can switch between both types of curves. The tangential curve draws…

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Ariel Rejtman