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In the Pipes: Bag Envy
1 post - Last post: Feb 5A few posts back I showed the messenger bag that was one of the coveted tchotchke offered to Autodesk University (AU) attendees.
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In the Pipes: AutoCAD PID 2009 now in Japanese
1 post - Last post: Dec 19, 2008We've just shipped our first foreign language version of AutoCAD P&ID - Japanese. First customer ship was on 15 December, 2009.
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In the Pipes: AutoCAD PID 2009 is here !
1 post - Last post: May 29, 2008Ok, so actually AutoCAD P&ID 2009 has been available for a few weeks. I just forgot to announce it on the blog.
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In the Pipes: AutoCAD PID 2009 is here !
1 post - Last post: May 29, 2008Ok, so actually AutoCAD P&ID 2009 has been available for a few weeks. I just forgot to announce it on the blog.
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In the Pipes: Autodesk University
AutoCAD P&ID 2009 Update 1 is available to customers via the Communication Center and ‘Live Update’, and is also posted to our AutoCAD P&ID ...
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In the Pipes: We want fast, good looking, easy models
1 post - Last post: Jan 30I mentioned a few weeks back that I was in Houston interviewing piping designers to discover current work challenges.
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In the Pipes: We want fast, good looking, easy models
1 post - Last post: Jan 30I mentioned a few weeks back that I was in Houston interviewing piping designers to discover current work challenges. At the same time we ...
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In the Pipes: We want fast, good looking, easy models
1 post - Last post: Jan 30I mentioned a few weeks back that I was in Houston interviewing piping designers to discover current work challenges. At the same time we ...
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In the Pipes: AutoCAD PID 2009 is here !
1 post - Last post: May 29, 2008Ok, so actually AutoCAD P&ID 2009 has been available for a few ... In general, it is certianly possible to configure/change the symbols, ...
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In the Pipes: Under the Tuscan Sky
1 post - Last post: Dec 5, 2007Another Autodesk University in the books. It is the Wednesday after and I *think* I’ve recovered. I’ve spent the last few days thinking ...
 
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