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Leveraging Factory Assets

Factory design, layout and installation often take more time than should be necessary. The more time it takes to bring a factory online, the more it can impact the bottom line, due to delays in revenue generation or missed market opportunities. Today, factory layout processes are prone to error. Because design teams have a difficult time verifying and documenting the

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McGraw-Hill Construction’s BIM Study Released

If you want to know where industry stands on BIM, then look no further.  McGraw-Hill Construction’s New BIM SmartMarket Research Study has been released. This report overviews how BIM adoption has changed among contractors, engineers and architects and also the reasons why more and more firms are adopting BIM strategies.  Adopting firms report they have a reduction in document errors, rework

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CAD Insider: Autodesk Rules at NAFEMS

Autodesk took the floor at the NAFEMS (National Agency for Finite Element Methods and Standards) Conference last month when they announced the details of Simulation 360. Simulation 360 differentiates Autodesk among the competitors because it offers cloud-based computing and the ability to ‘rent’ the software in the cloud as needed. This creates an ease of use and cost for companies

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BIM – It’s as Easy as 1, 2, 3

Posted October 9, 2012 by Jesse Evans, Synergis Civil Solutions Engineer: Here’s the important straight-forward facts about BIM (Building Information Modeling), Autodesk, and Synergis Engineering Design Solutions. First, BIM is not only for Architects or designing buildings, BIM is a modeling concept, and it’s what our instructors teach at Synergis 365 days a year. Rearranging the acronym BIM, here’s my

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