Software solutions like Autodesk's Revit MEP have transformed the industry by providing robust tools for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) professionals. Nevertheless, the path from good to exceptional often involves fine-tuning, and this is where Naviate MEP enters the equation. In this blog, we'll delve into the synergy between Revit MEP and Naviate MEP, showcasing how Naviate MEP takes the capabilities of Revit MEP to new heights, empowering MEP experts to elevate their designs and workflows to an exceptional level.
Autodesk Inventor 2012 Service Pack is Here
Recently Autodesk uploaded the latest Service pack for Autodesk Inventor 2012. The service pack applies to both Autodesk Inventor Professional and Autodesk Inventor Suite. Those of you with Product design Suite Premium and Ultimate can also apply this service pack.
It addresses some minor issues in the Sketch, Part and Design Accelerators environments. But one of the big improvements for me is once the service pack is applied you have the ability to open Solidworks 2011 files directly in Inventor. Before this we could open and manipulate all Solidworks files versions with the exception of Solidworks 2011.
To get your hands on the service pack go to the following Inventor 2012 Service pack. Ensure you download the correct version of the Service Pack – for those of you on windows 64 bit platform select the (_x64) bit version while those of you on 32 bit platform select (_x86) bit version.