TEN QUESTIONS – Orphanage Guitars

Sometimes I get the opportunity to meet and talk to some very interesting people in the CAD world, and this year was no exception. This year, I met the Jonathon and Matt Harris, owners of Orphanage Guitars, at Autodesk University 2013 in Las Vegas. Orphanage Guitars are using the Autodesk Product Design Suite to its […]

3 Tips To Work Smarter With Your CAD Systems [LINE//SHAPE//SPACE]

So, how many of you out there are CAD managers and want to work SMARTER with the latest tech, apps and collaboration tools? Need a bit of advice? Considering checking out my blog for LINE//SHAPE//SPACE about 3 excellent tips to work smarter with your CAD systems. http://lineshapespace.com/3-tips-to-work-smarter-with-your-cad-systems/ More LINE//SHAPE//SPACE blogs to follow! Happy CADD’ing! SB

3 Must-Know Tips to Be a Successful CAD Manager [LINE//SHAPE//SPACE]

So, how many of you out there are CAD managers or have been? Or maybe you want to be a CAD manager and need a bit of background to get that step up? Considering checking out my blog for LINE//SHAPE//SPACE about 3 must-know tips on being a successful CAD manager. http://lineshapespace.com/3-must-know-tips-to-be-a-successful-cad-manager/ More LINE//SHAPE//SPACE blogs to […]

4 Tips to Build and Train a Lean, Mean CAD Team [LINE//SHAPE//SPACE]

I am currently writing a number of blogs for Autodesk for the small/medium enterprises out there who are using Autodesk software. You will find them on the LINE//SHAPE//SPACE blog page. Here is the link to the latest one. http://lineshapespace.com/4-tips-on-creating-and-training-a-lean-mean-cad-team/ I will be posting other retrospective links to the other blogs I have written over the […]

Autodesk 2014 software | Issues with the installer….

Hey guys, long time, huh? Well, I have been asking for that 25th hour in a day, and just this once, I have one. So here is a little blog about some fun and games I have been having this Saturday, courtesy of those lovely people at Autodesk and Microsoft. Not only did it teach […]

Have you seen the NEW Autodesk logo yet?

Wow! Autodesk have a VERY slick new logo! Check it out on Shaan Hurley’s blog, Between The Lines….very cool and based around origami and science….neat concept! http://autodesk.blogs.com/between_the_lines/2013/02/new-autodesk-logo-unveiled.html Autodesk are moving forward, as usual! Happy CAD’ing! SB

Bond, James Bond…plus an iPad Mini

I am taking a little break from CAD blogs….don’t be disturbed, there will be plenty of CAD blogs in the lead up to Christmas. Remember, a CAD person is for life, not just for Christmas, right? 🙂 So, this blog is called Not Just CAD! for a reason. I sometimes write about stuff other than […]

Autodesk Media Summit 2012 – Opening & Keynotes (Part 2)

Following on from Part 1 of my blog (here) about the Opening and Keynotes at the Autodesk Media Summit 2012 in San Francisco, here is Part 2 where I add the technology keynotes from other Autodesk divisions. 27th March 2012 | Other Technology Keynotes The next up at the lectern was Chris Bradshaw, VP and […]

Autodesk Media Summit 2012 – Opening & Keynotes (Part 1)

The Autodesk Media Summit at One Market in San Francisco was a new experience for me. It was, however, an excellent experience. Slick and well-organised, plus I bumped in to a lot of old friends and made plenty of new ones as well. My special thanks to both Angela Simoes (ADSK) and Stacy Doyle (ADSK), […]

Oasys Mail Manager – Searching For That Elusive Email (Part 3 of 3)

[Written about Oasys Mail Manager – V5.3 SP 1 (Build 490) using Outlook 2007] So here we are at the final part (Part 3) of the blog series on Oasys Mail Manager. You can find Part 1 here and Part 2 here. So, you have been happily filing emails using Mail Manager, right? What happens if […]