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  1. So after much delay and debating, probably for 3 months, i have officially subscribed to Autodesk AEC collection. I had been meeting ends with others drafting services for submittals and with an old version of Risa3D (13) but no more. I will use Revit, Advanced steel for my submittals and shop drawings and i will fully immerse myself into Robot Structural Analysis again as i havent visited it as much as wanted since senior design many years back! I was hoping to have Risa last night before bed, but after speaking with them their subscription is all paid upfront. :-( while doable, it was a big setback on my budget, even for just the three core software 3D, Floor ES , and Foundation. I will miss it. And im doing all shop drawing in house now. Anyone have experience with ROBOT Structural Analysis theyde like to share?
  2. Anyone using Revit? IF so what CPU are you using? I'm using it more and more, and I"m a little annoyed by the rendering time. I have an X99 i7 3.3Ghz along with 32GB ram and a 1080 GTX Nvidia Video card. I believe Revit uses the CPU for rendering and I"d like to up my speed for the process. Any recommendations?
  3. Mangano

    RISA-Revit Link

    We have a file that is crashing Revit 2016 midway through the export to RISA, using the RISA-Revit Link. All software is on the same machine and update to the latest version. I am currently working with RISA and Revit support departments. Any advice?
  4. Has anyone found success in transfterring from Revit to Risa? I have found all sorts of problems in the transfer - and I'm not optimistic that it will ever be nice. I'm a little concerned because the principal structural engineer may think it's an untapped benefit, and I hate to be the killer of progress...
  5. andreyshka

    CAD MEP vs REVIT MEP?

    I'm wondering what is the demand for revit mep in the HVAC industry? autodesk is pushing revit hard. What does your company use?
  6. Description: LEIDOS has an immediate opening for an Electrical Designer reporting to Leidos Engineering Solutions group. The successful candidate will develop designs for power and lighting systems. The candidate needs to be capable of developing basic layouts, one-line diagrams, specifications, schedules, details, notes and associated calculations for commercial and/or industrial projects. In addition, the candidate needs a working knowledge of electrical engineering calculation software packages for lighting level, short circuit, and arc flash, along with a strong AutoCad background. Candidate will need to coordinate with other disciplines affected by design development and ensure completed layouts, drawings and specifications are checked for clarity, completeness, conformity to standards, and procedures. Qualifications: Qualifications: Requirements • Minimum 4 years electrical design engineering experience. • Associate electrical design degree or equivalent. • Experience in Commercial and Industrial facilities. • Computer literacy including MS Word, Excel and Outlook. • Experience with AGI or Visual software required. • Experience with SKM PowerTools or Easy Power required. • Experience with AutoCAD software required. • Experience in Revit or Microstation preferred. • Experience in all phases of design including construction administration. • LEED knowledge preferred. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Demonstrated leadership ability. Leidos Overview:Leidos is an applied solutions company focused on markets that are seeing converging business and technological trends, and address basic, enduring human needs: defense and national security, health and life sciences, and energy, engineering and infrastructure. The Company's approximately 20,000 employees serve customers in the U.S. Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, other U.S. Government civil agencies and commercial health and engineering markets. Job Posting: Oct 3, 2013, 11:33:01 AM Primary Location: United States-MO-ST. LOUIS Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: None Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None Potential for Teleworking: No Travel: None Shift: Day Job Schedule: Full-time
  7. McEngr

    Revit Structure

    Well, our office just bought the whole Autodesk 2013 Suite, and it's daunting to say the least. We were just awarded a decent-sized project involving architects that only work with Revit consultants. (From personal experience - Revit and AutoCad don't mix) I was excited to import/export our RISA 3D program into Revit. I tried a 4-story SCBF building and built it on Friday afternoon with lots of assumptions, and everything imported pretty well with the new exchange file. We are trying to figure out a way to maximize Revit into some sort of detailing program (inventor?), but are struggling a bit. We don't want to spend lots of time figuring out a smooth workflow, so any comments are welcome. Thanks. ~ps~ We primarily work in heavy timber and structural steel buildings.
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