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Upcoming webinars

Graitec is regularly hosting webinars related to Autodesk, Graitec and third party software solutions that blow our minds. Visit this page often to keep up to date.

Building a Better Future: Celebrating Sustainable Architecture

Building a Better Future: Celebrating Sustainable Architecture

20 April 2023 – 20 April 2023 | 11:00 AM ET | Duration : 1 Hour

Join us for a webinar celebrating Sustainable Architecture on Earth Day, where we’ll spotlight the winners of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture.

Learn about innovative, eco-friendly designs and the impact they have on our environment. Hear from visionary architects making significant contributions to sustainable design. Celebrate Earth Day and discover the critical role sustainable architecture plays in creating a better future.

This webinar is a must-attend for anyone interested in sustainable design, architecture, and the future of our planet. Join us as we celebrate Earth Day and explore the critical role that sustainable architecture plays in creating a better world for us all.

Optimizing Platform Designs for Designers and Fabricators

20 April 2023 – 20 April 2023 | 1:00 PM ET | Duration : 1 Hour

Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced user of Advance Steel software, join us to learn how PowerPack for Advance Steel can help boost your skills and enhance the workflow when designing industrial platforms.

Learn how to optimize design accuracy and efficiency using innovative tools and techniques that streamline your modeling process, reduce errors, and increase productivity.

Early Stage Site Plans - The Art of Integrating Handsketching into Revit

21 April 2023 | 1:00 PM ET | Duration : 1 Hour

Want to convert hand sketches into Revit?

Now, you might ask, “Why convert hand sketches into Revit instead of using them for the duration of construction?” Revit has a competitive edge over hand sketches: it provides multiple tools that let you modify designs intelligently. Most importantly, Revit supports Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows.

This webinar will demonstrate how to draw a site plan in Revit using a topo surface, site elements, property line, and annotations.