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Hi! I am currently an Autodesk Solutions Engineer working to deliver real time solutions to our Enterprise customers. I have been involved with industrial design software for nearly 15 years and am a 3DS Max Professional who is passionate about design visualization.

Autodesk Stingray: How to batch replace materials with Windows PowerShell

By on June 7, 2016 in Autodesk Stingray, Featured, News with 0 Comments
Autodesk Stingray: How to batch replace materials with Windows PowerShell

So you just imported a Revit model into Stingray and you have 500 objects that you have to replace the material on but you don’t want to drag n drop a material 500 times? Well you’ve come to the right place! Here’s one way you can do this: Copy the following text into a new […]

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3DS Max – It’s AEC! Populate Infraworks Update 09/10/2015

3DS Max – It’s AEC! Populate Infraworks Update 09/10/2015

Hi all! I have finally updated the Populate Infraworks script. New features: • Animated models now follow the terrain! • Automatic export of animated populate models to DAE • Updated UI • Script and Max file now hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/davetyner/scripts If you have any issues with the script please update the issues page on […]

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3DS Max – It’s AEC! Get 3DS Max Populate’s Animated People into Infraworks 360

3DS Max – It’s AEC! Get 3DS Max Populate’s Animated People into Infraworks 360

Autodesk’s Infraworks 360 is a fantastically diverse offering for any company’s visualization workflow. When this workflow is combined with the limitless visualization possibilities of 3DS Max, the sky’s the limit of what is possible. In this 3DS Max, It’s AEC! article, we’re looking at 3DS Max’s Populate feature. Populate allows you to very quickly create […]

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View your SmartPLANT VUE files in Navisworks Manage 2015 and 2016

View your SmartPLANT VUE files in Navisworks Manage 2015 and 2016

All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. 10:43AM So it’s 10:37AM you’re sitting there trying to review a model in SmartPLANT Review. “Hi Joel, can you please take a look at clash #100487? It’s not major or anything, should take you less than […]

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Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2016 Has Arrived!

By on April 13, 2015 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, Autodesk, Featured, News with 0 Comments
Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2016 Has Arrived!

Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2016 Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2016 provides intelligent 3D modeling documentation and review software. To meet the growing demands of the industry and the need for designers and engineers to work together across geographically dispersed teams, the Plant Design Suite 2016 provides tools to support multi-discipline workflows and collaboration. With integrated […]

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New YouTube Channel!

New YouTube Channel!

Hey howdy hey designers! Just wanted to let you all know that I have consolidated all of my youtube accounts down into a single account which you can find here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC88F1Iiby4Qh5_XZGQ-dboA Currently there are 41 videos uploaded with many more to come. If you like what you see there, please subscribe! The channel is organized […]

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The Million Dollar Pick?

By on March 20, 2014 in Cool Stuff, Featured, News with 2 Comments
The Million Dollar Pick?

A good friend of mine over at Intergraph directed me to this video of constuction crews at Votgle picking one of the modules for CBI/Westinghouse’s AP1000 modular nuclear power plant. The module is called “CA20” and it just so happens I did quite a few of the internal visualization projects on the CB&I side during […]

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Industrial Valve Operation 3D animation

By on March 16, 2014 in Autodesk 3DS Max, Featured, Visualization with 0 Comments
Industrial Valve Operation 3D animation

This 3D animated video shows SNAP: Stem Nut Analysis Protractor; a new and inventive way to measure the wear of stem threads on hand valves. The rig setup for this unit was moderately complex. The entire rig operated off of the rotation of the valve handwheel. Hoping to make a “making of” video if I […]

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Measure Once, Drill Twice?

By on March 16, 2014 in Cool Stuff, Featured with 1 Comment
Measure Once, Drill Twice?

So long story short here, when drilling for oil directly over the top of a massive salt mine, check, double check, re-check, then check your drilling coordinates again. “The drilling crew watched in horror as their 150 foot derrick completely disappears into less than 10 feet of water…” was particularly jaw dropping. What a crappy […]

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Videos: LNG – Natural Gas Industry Tutorial

By on November 21, 2013 in News, Visualization with 0 Comments
Videos: LNG – Natural Gas Industry Tutorial

Jason Drew found this very engaging video from GE. From gas to liquid to gas to customer, this beautifully rendered video informs the viewer of how the LNG Process works in a very clear way. I didn’t find the video on GE Oil and Gas’s youtube page. The author has not allowed embedding of the […]

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