Tuesday, August 8, 2017

On The CADD Community – Free Content & Tools To "Use Everyday In Every Design"

From the CADD Microsystems website:

New On The CADD Community – Content And Tools To Use Everyday In Every Design

Our industry experts have been hard at work building tools and content exclusively for our CADD Community customers. One thing we’ve heard from a lot of our customers is that the out-of-the box family library in Revit, AutoCAD and Bluebeam isn’t necessarily all that comprehensive. So designers spend a lot of time looking for families to use in their designs.

We decided to save you some time by building our own frequently-requested libraries and content packs for Autodesk software. These families are free to download for CADD Community members.

Our content packs include:
  • AutoCAD Content Pack
    • AutoCAD Linetypes
    • AutoLISP Routines
    • AutoCAD Classic workspace
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Content Pack
    • Virginia DOT Drainage Items
    • AutoCAD Linetypes
    • AutoCAD Color Book
  • Revit Content Pack for Architects
    • Family Collections
    • Ceiling Types
    • Fire Rating Detail Components
  • Revit Content Pack for MEP
    • Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Families
  • BIM Manager Content Pack
    • Directory Templates
    • Model Checker Configuration Files
  • CAD Manager Content Pack
    • Layer Management
    • Customization Conversion Tools
    • Notepad++ Tools
    • Configurations
  • Bluebeam Revu Content Pack
    • Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Toolsets
  • Dynamo Scripts for Revit
  • GIS Data Sources
    • National Data Sources
    • State Data Sources

We are constantly adding resources to each of these content packs and building new ones, so they are always evolving and growing. If you are a CADD Community member, you can download any of this content right now for free.


Handcrafted by experts, CADD Community combines 50 years of industry expertise to provide our members with award-winning training and exclusive industry resources.

The content and tools are brought to you by CADD Microsystems. They're free.

There's more information available on the CADD Microsystems website.

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