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Grow Your Know! #2

Tuesday, 10 September 2019

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September 10, 2019
POWER TIP: Customizing Land F/X Dimension Styles
Power Tip: Customizing Land F/X Dimension Styles
Customizing your Dimension Style (DimStyle) is a common practice in CAD usage. While Land F/X takes care of automating the annotation process, you may have a standard for dimensions that you want to use. We make it easy to customize your dimensions while still enjoying all the perks of automation. Learn how by watching this week’s Power Tip.
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WEBINAR: Designing with Drip
Webinar: Designing with Drip
DATE: September 13, 2019
TIME: 10 a.m. Pacific Time

Presented by Jake Lott

Water is precious, and so is your time. We’ll help ease your burden by walking you through how to use drip irrigation, from placing drip rings, bubblers, single emitters, emitters by area, and dripline by area all the way to zoning and piping. You'll learn about some new features that will help your layout visually, and pick up some pointers on what should be in your plans vs. in your details.
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RECORDED WEBINAR:  Setup for a Multi-Office Firm
Recorded Webinar: Planting F/X Setup for Multi-Office Firm
Previously recorded on Sept. 5, 2019
Presented By:  Michael Bain 

If you're wondering how to acquaint your office with our planting tools, you’re in luck. Guest presenter Michael Bain, CAD manager at Boffa Miskell Limited, will walk through his introduction of Land F/X into the New Zealand firm with 7 offices and 70+ landscape architects. He’ll go over his successful strategy for transitioning the firm’s office standards into the software, and provide real numbers to illustrate the time his colleagues are now saving every day.
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Additional Info

  • Newsletter Sub-Heading 1: POWER TIP: Customizing Land F/X Dimension Styles
  • Newsletter Sub-Heading 2: WEBINAR: Designing with Drip
  • Newsletter Sub-Heading 3: RECORDED WEBINAR: Setup for a Multi-Office Firm
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