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MAXScript: Find Area of Circle

By on December 10, 2012 in Autodesk 3DS Max, MAXScript with 0 Comments
MAXScript: Find Area of Circle

Here is a little script I whipped up in about 15 minutes last night out of pure laziness. My daughters homework was to find the area of a circle based on radius or diameter. There were quite a few problems and I didn’t want to have to do the calculations each time. So, I came […]

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3DS Max Design: How To Create A Great Looking Sky

By on October 5, 2011 in Autodesk 3DS Max, Tutorial with 8 Comments
3DS Max Design: How To Create A Great Looking Sky

In the following tutorial, we will create a skydome that accurately projects light onto your scene. This tutorial is based largely (entirely) from the master of Mental Ray rendering, Jeff Patton. This tutorial will take you to youtube–> 3DS Max Skydome creation – If youtube is blocked, try replacing “http://www.youtube.com” with “https://www.youtube.com” in order to […]

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Announcing Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2012!!

By on August 31, 2011 in AutoCAD Plant 3D, Autodesk, Featured, Plant Software with 0 Comments
Announcing Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2012!!

  Why yes that is our beloved Project X on the cover. Suite! So, rather than post all the amazing features and benefits of Autodesk’s 2012 release of the soon to be industry leading Plant Design Suite. I decided to create a short video about it. You can find all of the answers to your […]

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YouTube is blocked at your work? Here’s the fix

By on August 11, 2011 in Editorial with 3 Comments
YouTube is blocked at your work?  Here’s the fix

  So YouTube is blocked at your work? Try this, it worked for me… bad = www.youtube.com good = https://www.youtube.com This works for me on youtube, twitter, and facebook so far. You’re welcome.

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But That’s the Way We’ve Always Done It!

By on June 7, 2011 in Editorial, Featured with 11 Comments
But That’s the Way We’ve Always Done It!

These are words I despise. They are like, the Hitler of excuses…and I want to punch them in the face. Technology is constantly changing, progressing, advancing. As a result, Piping Design tools and technology are becoming far more advanced. From software to hardware, everyone is looking for the edge, right? I mean, we have software […]

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Project X makes the Autodesk 2011 Show Reel

By on June 6, 2011 in Project X with 1 Comment
Project X makes the Autodesk 2011 Show Reel

Tired of hearing about Project X accolades? We’re not! 😀 Huge thanks to Autodesk for putting our project in your reel, we are honored!! Congrats, Krew! You guys just keep blowing my mind. Click the play button below to play the reel or just check it out on YouTube! YouTube Link

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Excel VBA – Create A Basic Array Part 2

By on June 1, 2011 in Programming, SPPID, Tutorial with 1 Comment

‘Yesterday, we learned how to create a basic array in Excel VBA. ‘Today we are going to actually do something with it. ‘Let’s highlight the rows of the people that are over 35. Here we go. Sub CollectRowValuesInAnArray() Dim startrow As Long Dim lastrow As Long Dim myArray() Dim a As Long Dim i As […]

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Excel VBA – Create A Basic Array Part 1

By on May 31, 2011 in Programming, SPPID, Tutorial with 4 Comments
Excel VBA – Create A Basic Array Part 1

Most design software output’s to Microsoft Excel in some form or fashion. In this 2 part tutorial, I will show you how to collect an array of cell values in M$oft Excel VBA. There a few ways to loop through each row in excel VBA. For me, the quickest way is to dump the data […]

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Project X featured on CNBC

Project X featured on CNBC

Our Project X video was featured on CNBC recently. The piece was titled: “The New Industrial Revolution – Building Better, Cheaper, and Faster” and featured a number of visualization videos. The story was telling how BIM (Building Information Modeling) is helping architects become more efficient by using “intelligent” design systems like Autodesks Revit. I have […]

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How To: Loop through all project piperuns using filters with Smartplant P&ID automation and VB6

By on January 14, 2011 in Programming, Smartplant, SPPID, Tutorial with 9 Comments
How To: Loop through all project piperuns using filters with Smartplant P&ID automation and VB6

Programming using Smartplant P&ID’s Logical Automation Layer is actually very easy and intuative after you do it a few times.  This example of a what I start with a lot. What this little routine will do is loop through all the active (non stockpile) piperuns in your project and print their ItemTags in the immediate window. […]

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