2013 Meeting Schedule Coming Soon!

Posted on Tuesday, 19th March, 2013

We are working on a new meeting schedule for 2013 starting in April. Meetings will be held monthly at the Lee County building at 1500 Monroe in Fort Myers. More details will be released soon but please pencil in April 9th on your calendar.

Our official membership is maintained on LinkedIn. Join for free at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Southwest-Florida-Autodesk-Professionals-124950/about

No December Meetings for SWFAP

Posted on Monday, 23rd November, 2009

There will not be a general meeting nor a Civil3D SIG meeting in the month of December for the Southwest Florida Autodesk Professionals user group.  We are working on plans for January but due to the New Years holiday we will either cancel the general meeting or move it to another date. 

Happy Holidays!

November 11, 2009 Civil3D SIG

Posted on Monday, 2nd November, 2009

civil3d2010boxThe November 2009 meeting of the Southwest Florida Civil3D User Group is Wednesday, November 11th.  Brian Morse from Advanced Surveying Technology will lead a discussion on optimizing your computer to work with Civil 3D, but much of the recommendations can be applied to other versions of AutoCAD.  Discussion will cover 32 bit versus 64 bit operating systems, hardware, software settings and optimal data management techniques.  This is a great opportunity to find out how to get more out of your computer. || Read more »

November 2, 2009 General Meeting

Posted on Saturday, 3rd October, 2009

acad2010boxNational CAD Standards – A Plans Production Overview

The next general meeting will be an overview of the National CAD Standards.  Brian Morse of Advanced Surveying Technology will lead the discussion. || Read more »

October 20, 2009 Civil3D SIG

Posted on Thursday, 1st October, 2009

civil3d2010boxThe October 2009 meeting of the Southwest Florida Civil3D User Group is Tuesday, October 20th at the offices of Barraco and Associates, Inc. in Fort Myers. Brian Morse from Advanced Surveying Technologies will lead a discussion on the pending use of Civil3D by the Florida Department of Transportation. || Read more »

September 1, 2009 General Meeting

Posted on Friday, 28th August, 2009

acad2010boxDynamic Blocks

The next general meeting will be a discussion on dynamic blocks in AutoCAD.  Brian Morse of Advanced Surveying Technology will lead a virtual discussion about this AutoCAD feature and to show you how dynamic blocks can be used in your office.

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August 5, 2009 General Meeting

Posted on Wednesday, 5th August, 2009

acad2010boxNamed Page Setups

The next general meeting will be a discussion on named page setups in AutoCAD.  Brian Morse of Advanced Surveying Technology will lead a virtual discussion about this AutoCAD feature and to show you how named page setups can simplify plotting in your office.  || Read more »

July 8, 2009 Civil3D SIG

Posted on Wednesday, 1st July, 2009

civil3d2010boxThe July 2009 meeting of the Southwest Florida Civil3D User Group is Wednesday, July 8th at the offices of Barraco and Associates, Inc. in Fort Myers.  Brian Morse from Advanced Surveying Technologies will lead a discussion on surveying features in Civil 3D, including a continuation of our recent discussion regarding points and surfaces. || Read more »

Free webcast – “Toolbars to Ribbons: What’s New in AutoCAD 2010”

Posted on Friday, 12th June, 2009

Advanced Surveying Technology, a sponsor of our group, is having a FREE webcast on Monday, June 15, 2009 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.   The topic is “Toolbars to Ribbons: What’s New in AutoCAD 2010” 

To sign up visit http://www.advsurvey.com/Contact_Us.html

Add Comment: “WEBCAST Toolbars to Ribbons” and make sure your email address is included.   You will receive an email confirmation of your reservation.

July 1, 2009 General Meeting

Posted on Tuesday, 9th June, 2009

acad2010boxAnnotative Annotation (Text, Dimensions, Leaders, Blocks, & Hatches)

The next general meeting will be a discussion on annotative features in AutoCAD.  Bill Godette of Advanced Surveying Technology will be on hand to lead the discussion about this new AutoCAD feature and to show you how these tools can be used in your office. 

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