See You at Autodesk University 2023!
The Eagle Point Software team is headed to Las Vegas for Autodesk University 2023, Nov. 13-15.
We’ll be presenting about the power of data in increasing efficiency and team performance alongside Pinnacle Series subscriber HKS, Inc. on Monday, Nov. 13, at 5:30 pm. To learn more about this session, click here.
You can also find us in the expo hall at Booth 444 – be sure to stop by and say hello to our team!
NEW PINNACLE SERIES CONTENT
Have you seen the latest content releases available in Pinnacle Series? Read more about them here, and then log in to Pinnacle Series to access them.
New Autodesk Construction Cloud Assessments
We’ve added two new KnowledgeSmart Assessments for Autodesk Construction Cloud covering Autodesk Docs 2024 and Autodesk Model Coordination 2024.
New Rhino 7 Content
We’ve updated our learning paths for Rhino 7 Fundamentals and Rhino 7 Advanced to cover the Rhino User Interface, Definitions, 2D Development, Refined Surface Tools, and more. In the Rhino 7 Advanced learning path, we’ve also introduced two new courses – Tips & Tricks and Improved Features & Commands – as well as updated 174 videos and published 34 new videos.
Ideate Content Reorganization
Our Ideate library has received an update with updated versions and learning paths to improve usability, including Ideate BIMLink, Ideate Explorer, Ideate Sticky, Ideate Stylemanager, and Ideate Apps. This reorganization also includes new versions/learning paths for Ideate Automation and Ideate General, as well as 69 updated videos and 22 new videos.
New SOLIDWORKS Learning Path
We’re introducing a new learning path, SOLIDWORKS Professional, to help users prepare for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional exam. The first segment of this learning path, which corresponds to the segments of the exam itself, includes 15 new videos and new courses on Equations, Global Variables, and Dimensions ; Fillets & Chamfers; Hole Wizard; and Other Features.
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