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BIM 360 Glue

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  • I've heard a lot about Autodesk's Cloud applications, and I'm wondering what BIM 360 Glue can offer and when it will be fully up and running. It's my understanding that there will be, or there is a version of Navisworks available on this interface.

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  • Andre V.

    The NYC Revit Users Group has recently dabbled into the Autodesk 360 realm (A360, C4R, and Glue 360). If the Navisworks group wants to set up a meeting, I'd be happy to provide contacts to some very knowledgeable speakers. Glue is largely regarded as Navis light, it does provide a lot of additional functionality but when it comes to clash detection it's not as sophisticated as Navisworks

    February 9, 2016

  • Eugene Kenneth Schafer, J.

    I would be happy to begin dialog about what we are doing with DOB and City Point Tower 1. DOB in in the process of purchasing through Autodesk BIM 360 Glue and Field. We are giving them full access via the cloud so that they can use Field for inspections and sign offs.

    Ken

    August 7, 2013

  • Michael R.

    Scott,
    thank you for following up, I'd be very interested in attending a meetup on this. There is a lot of buzz about cloud based modeling and clash detection.
    I have yet to see solid information on it however and I would be very interested in hearing more than a sales pitch on this. I'm in the trenches with little time to experiment or test, unless it's truly going to push us forward.

    March 4, 2013

  • Eugene Kenneth Schafer, J.

    We have been using BIM 360 Glue for several months. There is some redundancy meaning if you are savvy in creating views through REVIT then Glue will do a lot of the clash detection for you. It will not do constructability simulations. What we have been doing is using Constrcuctware with BIM 360 Glue which seems to answer the field side without the team knowing REVIT or Navisworks.

    March 4, 2013

  • Michael R.

    I'm new to Navisworks and wondering if this group meets?

    January 4, 2013

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