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 2018 – What’s New?
Inventor 2018 release marks the next step forward in professional-grade 3D mechanical engineering design. Improved design workflows from sketching to complex assembly modelling, help engineers design faster and improve performance.
Here are the three key areas focused on Inventor 2018:
- Professional-Grade Design: Professional-Grade Design is all about the core functionality customers need every day. New tools, enhanced workflows, and improved performance are all about helping you get your work done faster. Inventor 2018 has a mix of new functionality and enhancements to existing tools geared toward professional-grade design.
- Expanded Interoperability: Inventor 2018 delivers new capabilities for customers who work with a variety of design data and formats. Being able to consume, leverage and publish a wide range of 2D and 3D files has become critical for engineers in today’s complex collaborative design environment.
- The Inventor Experience: Inventor 2018 continues to focus on customer feedback and Inventor Ideas submissions. Customer-driven enhancements can be seen throughout Inventor 2018. Customers will see improve core workflows and model interaction, along with newly streamlined workflows to help Inventor 2018 users be more productive than ever before.