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My firm is stuck in the 2D drafting world. There is a push coming to incorporate the 3D capabilities. We are currently running AutoCAD Architecture 2009 with a license for 2010. Most of our systems need upgrades in order to run the 2010. I am looking for information to help switch the 2D line drafter to a 3D wall designer. I need to become familiar with the steps to begin this change and the benifits of this difficult switch. Many of our draftors will not go without a struggle. Will this webcast help me in this manner or is there another that may be more benificial?

This session might not be ideal for you and your firm… the intent of BIM360 is to reach out to people who are already engaged in Revit / Building Information Modeling and to help the understanding of how programs can complement the overall BIM process. This specific online event has 2 learning tracks, one for current Revit users and one for managers that are part of BIM interested organizations. Not really something aligned with what I am reading your current needs to be. Perhaps a call to your local IMAGINiT office can help us better determine what resources would be (more) beneficial to you.

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