We all want to be more efficient, which often means automating some repetitive tasks. Using iLogic in Autodesk Inventor® is a great way to create tools to help with this.
I believe 99% of you will agree that having a data management system such as Autodesk Vault is the right way to go. It is secure, tracks changes to versions and revisions, and offers so much in the way of making your design data more accessible. However, what do you do if your controls group doesn't have Vault but still needs to track changes to AutoCAD Electrical projects? And how can you compare a drawing when someone else, such as a vendor or customer, makes changes?
In this tip, I will focus on the options of adding a Revit Model to a BIM 360 Project and the similarities and differences of each option as well as how these options will affect viewing the aggregated model in the BIM 360 Viewer.