Making the Most of 3D PDFs with Bluebeam Revu
Recorded on Sep 20, 2017
To make sure everyone has access to all of the pertinent model data on a project, 3D model information can`t be limited to project members who can afford specialized software. Consultants, contractors, owners and facilities management teams need to be able to access models without worrying about cost or technology limitations. Join us in this webinar to discover how you can leverage 3D PDFs with Bluebeam Revu eXtreme 2017 — One Seat (Price Tier 1-4 seats)
, to deliver valuable model information to project stakeholders within a universal file format. LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1: Create standalone 3D PDFs or insert 3D content into a template or other PDF document. LEARNING OBJECTIVE 2: Navigate and modify views to clearly display 3D content. LEARNING OBJECTIVE 3: Place markups on a model and use markup indicators to easily return to markup views. LEARNING OBJECTIVE 4: Manipulate 3D content to easily communicate complex information, such as assemblies.
The webinar is free and lasts about one hour, including the Q&A session.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
, Associate AIA, is an Industry Specialist at Bluebeam, where he leverages over a decade of experience in the architecture and construction industries to help companies streamline workflows and maximize efficiency through the implementation of technological solutions. Erik speaks at many industry trade events to discuss the roles that communication and technology play in the design and construction of complex projects. Prior to Bluebeam, Erik was an Associate with Shubin + Donaldson Architects, where he was an integral part of the entire building process, from design through construction. Erik received a Master of Architecture in Architectural Design from the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture.
Architects and engineers or anyone that works with 3D PDFs.
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