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Webinars left in this quarter

A number of successful webinars and events have taken place during the last few months and there are still many to go. Don’t miss out on these upcoming webinars, a lot can be learnt and they are conducted by experts in the field and what’s even better is that they are all free.

lt-familyAutoCAD LT Family

If you are a new user to AutoCAD LT then these three short webinars are for you. They are based on AutoCAD LT, AutoCAD Revit LT Suite and AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite. You will learn how to use tools such as paths, layering, text and dimensioning etc. and a bit about BIM, 2D and 3D modelling design.


AutoCAD LT Webinar – 3rd July 2014 at 10:30am

AutoCAD LT Revit LT Suite Webinar – 9th July at 10:30am

AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite Webinar – 16th July at 10:30am

vehicle-trackingAutodesk Vehicle Tracking

In this Vehicle Tracking webinar you will learn how to use: the vehicle library, swept path analysis, car parking layout tools and Autodesk Vehicle Tracking, AutoCAD Civil3D. No matter what level of expertise you are at if your a beginner, novice or expert then this webinar is worth watching.

Takes place on: 8th July at 10:30am

BIM-for-manufacturingBIM for Manufacturing

BIM is something that is now essential and you need to know about it and become equipped to remain competitive within your sector. In this webinar we will talk about implementing BIM into your business and how it would benefit you.

Takes place on: 17th July at 2:30pm


mockup-360Autodesk Mockup 360

This webinar is to help you realise the possibilities of Mockup 360 and how to utilise it within your projects. We will cover digital draft mock-ups which are then handed over to engineers and project managers and also the cloud-based additional functionality. You will learn the basic functionalitys of the tools available.

Takes place on: 21st July at 2:30pm

AutoCAD 2015 LogoAutoCAD

Learn 2D and 3D CAD tools, Collaborations tools with Autodesk 360, PDF support, live maps, reality capture integration, new documenting tools for 3D model data, Slash design revision time with parametric drawings and many more. By the end of this webinar you will be confident in understanding the basics of AutoCAD.

Takes place on: 22nd July at 10:30am

autodesk-inventorAutodesk Inventor

In this webinar you can learn how to: increase your workflow, create 3D parts and assembly designs, make use of multi body part design workflows, design accelerators (frame generator/bolted connection), element analysis tools and sharing your design with incorporated BIM technologies.

Takes place on: 29th July at 10:30am

civil-3dAutodesk Civil 3D

This demonstration will guide you on how to: create 3D surfaces from surveys, basic corridor and road design, cut and fill earth work volumes, importing Revit models with a shared co-ordinate system and finish off with vehicle movement on Civil 3D surfaces.

Takes place on: 30th July at 10:30am


revit-architectureRevit Architecture

During this webinar you will get an overview of the top 3D software for architects and learn how to use specific tools for a range of projects. You will learn how to add model information to a project, creating co-ordinated documentation, creating 3D views and at the very end we will finish with some renderings of the project.

Takes place on: 17th July 2014 at 10:30am

If you are interested in any of these webinars then click on the title name of each post. Alternatively, take a look at our events page and if you see a webinar that sounds of interest, then let us know and we shall organise one to be held in the future.

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