It’s been a while since I first posted, as you can imagine we have been very busy in response to the First Customer Ship of the 2013 Fabrication product range, resulting in our first service pack (details below). This is another milestone for the Autodesk Fabrication (MAP) team as we have implemented ‘patch’ technology with these packs, guaranteeing that no database files are affected, only the EXE’s and support files that require patching are updated. I would heartily recommend Service Pack 1 for all Autodesk Fabrication 2013 users as it provides significant updates and enhancements.
With the release of the Autodesk Fabrication 2013 offerings comes added functionality for program support and QA. We have all experienced the ‘Error Report’ at some time or another, I used to simply dismiss it and start again, I must tell you that the information generated is extremely useful to us, and we monitor these report occurrences. If you are unfortunate enough to experience a failure in any of the Autodesk Fabrication products, please fill out the report with as much detail as you can, as we take these reports into consideration to address any issues and this is the most efficient way to relay the information across to us.
On the Revit MEP front, as you may have read, we published a Labs Plug In for users to import from Autodesk Fabrication FABmep into Autodesk Revit MEP, This is a technology preview, so please download and let us have your feedback.
Service Pack details for the Autodesk Fabrication 2013 products.
I hope to see some of you again at the TSI User Group Conference, and if not, then hopefully at Autodesk University. I will be presenting at Autodesk University for the first time, so will appreciate any support from our existing customers.
Thank you all for your
initial feedback and support while we continue to grow and integrate into