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DoE Meeting – Apr. 18th – Project Fractal presentation by Anthony Hauck

If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Tuesday, April 18th, then you should check out this FREE DoE meeting (a subgroup of eBIMc). The meeting is from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the PCL Campus – 5410 – 99 Street NW, Edmonton, AB  T6E 3P4.

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DoE Meeting – Feb. 13th – An overview of Dynamo: Where are we now, and where can we going – John Pierson

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If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Monday, February 13th, then you should check out this FREE DoE meeting (a subgroup of eBIMc). The meeting is from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at PCL 5410 99 street, Edmonton, AB.

UPDATE: Presentation, Dataset, and Calgary Video available here.

 DoE – Dynamaniacs of Edmonton

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What are Dynamaniacs and why are they coming to Edmonton and Calgary?

The Dynamaniacs of Calgary and Edmonton, or DoC & DoE for short, are Dynamo user groups that will allow people that are interested in Dynamo, at any level, a place to get together and discuss all things Dynamo.

While DoC & DoE are being called “Dynamo” user groups, the plan is to not restricted them to just Dynamo topics, but expand them over time to include related Design Technology topics like Iterative Design (ID), Generative Design (GD), Computational Design (CD), Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Mixed Reality (MR) to name a few.

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eBIMc Meeting – Jan. 12th There’s a Parameter for That! – Shannon Williams

If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Thursday, January 12th, then you should check out this FREE eBIMc meeting. The meeting is from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Digital school 10010 – 100 Street, Edmonton, AB

eBIMc – There’s a Parameter for That! – Shannon Williams

Description:

Shannon Williams is a Mechanical Designer will be presenting about parameters.

It is a hot topic so come down and share your thoughts.

You can find out more about the topic and speaker as well as register for the event over at the eBIMc website.

You can also register by clicking the link below

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Also keep an eye out for something new coming from eBIMc – DoE

Don’t miss out, register today!

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eBIMc Meeting – Thursday Sept. 15th, 6 – 8 pm – Revizto with Martin Neault of DIALOG

If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Thursday, September 15th, then you should stop by and check out the eBIMc meeting ! Martin Neault of DIALOG will be talking about Revizto.

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Weekly Roundup – Special Edition – RTC North America 2016

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Another RTC North America has come and gone, and as per usual, it was a blur!

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RTC Roundup – North America 2016 Edition – Top 10 Tweets

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Of #RTCNA – 2016 Edition

One of the things I love about RTC events is the community and their love of Twitter. Even if you aren’t at the event you feel like you’re there because of the play-by-play you get on Twitter. In honor of this, I have put together my Top 10 Tweets and Twitter Threads from RTCNA 2016.

Just a quick word of warning, for a post about 10 tweets it is really, REALLY long! (but totally worth the read)

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March eBIMc Meeting – Wednesday Mar. 16th, 6 – 8 pm – Revit + FormIt = Bye Bye SketchUp

If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Wednesday March 16th, then you should stop by and check out the second eBIMc meeting of 2016! I’m honoured to be the speaker for the evening, giving an encore presentation of my AU session from last December. I will also talk a little about some of the great new things that just came out in the latest FormIt 360 release on March 1st.

eBIMc – Revit + FormIt = Bye Bye SketchUp! – Carl Storms

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First eBIMc meeting of 2016! – Thursday Jan. 14th, 6 – 8 pm

If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Thursday January 14th, then you should stop by and check out the first eBIMc meeting of 2016!

eBIMc – Bring your own App “Pot Luck”

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eBIMc Meeting – Nov. 12th – Functionalities and Uses of Autodesk Plant and Advance Steel Solutions – Irene Radcliffe

If you are going to be in the Edmonton area on Thursday, November 12th, then you should check out this FREE eBIMc meeting. The meeting is from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at PCL located at 5400 99 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 3N7.

eBIMc – Functionalities and Uses of Autodesk Plant and Advance Steel Solutions – Irene Radcliffe

Description:

This session will highlight the benefits of using AutoCAD P&ID to create and maintain piping and instrumentation diagram, and the advantages of linking your AutoCAD P&ID to your AutoCAD Plant models including isometrics, orthographic, and workflow benefits of laser scanning for as-built projects.  With Plant 3D Structural Steel now being compatible with Autodesk Advance Steel, we will demonstrate how you can export your intelligent Plant 3D structural models seamlessly into Advance Steel for detailing.

Come join us and Irene Radcliffe whom has close to 30 years of industry experience in Piping Design,  and see how you can leverage these in you BIM projects now.

You can find out more about the topic and speaker as well as register for the event over at the eBIMc website.

You can also register by click the link below

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