Category Archives: Building

Autodesk AutoCAD 2018: Engineered for the future

Introducing AutoCAD® 2018, the software for 2D and 3D CAD that is engineered for the future. AutoCAD 2018 has new and updated features such as: • External File References: Paths now default to relative, helping to reduce broken paths. Easily find and apply the correct path to missing externally referenced files. • PDF Import Enhancements: Use the SHX text recognition

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AutoCAD Tip: What Happened to My Crossing Window?

Posted on March 20, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Jim Swain One of the quickest complaints from folks updating from an older version of AutoCAD to the 2015 release or newer is what happens when picking objects with a crossing or window. Instead of a nice box they get a funky-shaped outline: Instead of: If this happens to you –

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Webinar: See How to Connect Any Project Data, Communication, and Your Entire Project Team with BIM360 Team

Today’s need for cloud based project communication throughout the design and engineering process is more critical than ever. Socializing coordinated files throughout the project team allows for immediate feedback through mobile devices. Register Centralize project information – Communicate as a team in one location. BIM 360 Team provides one online workspace for all project team members, helping distributed teams stay

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SYNERGIS TECHNOLOGIES IS ONE OF LEHIGH VALLEY’S TOP WORKPLACES

Synergis Technologies has been named to “The Morning Call Top Workplaces”  also received the “2017 Top Workplace Appreciation Award”. Synergis Technologies, LLC, the Lehigh Valley’s premiere provider of CAD and Data Management software and services to engineering and design companies throughout North America, announced it has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Morning Call. The Top Workplaces

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Back to Basics with Revit Families: Why Ceiling-Based Families don’t display in Floor Plan views

Posted on February 16, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Bill Knittle In certain circumstances there arises a need for Ceiling-based families to display themselves in plan views. For example, many medical facilities suspend equipment from their ceilings. So, it becomes necessary to display their location in Floor Plan views as overhead information. While these families display easily in Reflected Ceiling Plan

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