Autodesk Blog – Page 10 – DDSCAD | Digital Drafting Systems
November 15, 2019

Creating Stair Slab Openings Using Shafts in Revit

Some buildings include multiple stories, and a staircase is required for vertical circulation. Instead of cutting through each stair slab opening manually, we can create a […]
November 15, 2019

Conforming Walls to Spiral Staircases with Revit

Spiral Staircases save space and enhance the elegance of a room. In some instances, we want to create a circular wall that conforms to the shape […]
November 1, 2019

Customizing Your Ribbon & Workspace in AutoCAD

AutoCAD’s Ribbon contains tons of functions and tools, some of which we use more or less on a daily basis. We can modify our ribbon and […]
October 22, 2019

Creating a Parametric Family with Revit

Revit is a complex tool that allows users to model buildings and objects. We can use simple extrusions and void forms to create unique components, but […]
August 20, 2019

Using AutoCAD Map 3D Tools for Civil Projects – Webinar

AutoCAD Map 3D Toolset is a 3D GIS & Mapping Software from Autodesk. Did you know that Map 3D is included with Civil 3D? Have you […]
May 23, 2019

What’s New in AutoCAD 2020 with Lynn Allen – Webinar

The newest release of AutoCAD is here – don’t miss your chance to check out the new features first hand. Join Technical Evangelist and popular Cadalyst […]
May 1, 2019

What’s New in Revit 2020 – Webinar

Join us as Revit expert Alfredo Medina highlights some of the new features & enhancements to Revit 2020, Autodesk’s building information modeling design software. This new […]
March 29, 2019

Civil 3D for Surveyors & Engineers – Webinar

Everyone talks about Civil 3D for the engineering community, but what about surveyors? In this webinar we will discuss the many aspects of survey functionality available […]
October 3, 2018

Lynn Allen’s AutoCAD Tips Tricks – Webinar

Join our favorite Cadalyst Video Tipster and Technology Evangelist Lynn Allen on another one of her famous AutoCAD Tips & Tricks presentation. She will take you […]