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Matias Santini | Professional Resume & Personal Experience

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How many Hatches do you need?

Posted by on Jul 23, 2013 in CAD Management | 0 comments

It’s no surprise to find the hatch list full of cool hatches that, in many cases, nobody uses. Sometimes Autocad can’t even show a preview of it.  I’ve been taking the time to print them all up and show the long list of hatches around the office just to see people faces when they realize how much garbage they have in the hatch file.


Download the PDF file .

Spending the time to purge it, and save only the ones that are used in a regular basis is a good investment. Print a sheet of those hatches might help too.
Now, for those useful hatches you don’t use often enough save them in a secondary hatch file so you can import them when needed only.

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Paragon – News

Posted by on Aug 24, 2012 in CAD Management | 0 comments


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Deploying Scripts

Posted by on May 24, 2012 in CAD Management | 0 comments

Deploying Scripts

The standard we use in my office in regards revision clouds is simple:

A-ANNO-NOTES  for the deltas, which they need to be ON all the time. So mind as well we use the same layer as all notations.

A-ANNO-REVS-# for clouds. Each Revision has its own layer. It makes it easy to keep track of the changes between revisions. The “#” symbol represents the actual revision number, which doesn’t have to be correlative into the sheet.

So I found myself in to the tedious task to “thaw” the latest three revision clouds to around 100 files, before creating PDF’s. After that I needed to freeze back all cloud layers to do a “clean” set of PDF’s.

Scripts are a great way to to do this fast and easy. They work tha same way you would in the command bar, and once you have the script ready to use, it even easier to deploy. 

I’m not going to explain how to create scripts, but instead how to deploy them. If you need to learn how to create your own scripts, click here.

So, I will assume you have you first script. If not, download this basic script that will set the current layer to zero, and will purge the entire file. Click here.


Autodesk has this little FREE program called “Scriptpro 2.0″ from which you define a specific script, and applies it to multiple files. The beauty of scripts is that you can call other scripts from within, making it very easy to deploy multiple scripts in one call.

You can Download from Autodesk , or download it from Here.







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LEED GA Acredited

Posted by on Feb 17, 2012 in CAD Management | 0 comments

LEED GA Acredited

Finally I was able to take the exam. I passed it with 180 points out of 200. Not bad at all.

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Revit 2010 Examination

Posted by on Mar 20, 2011 in CAD Management | 0 comments

As expected, I passed the Autodesk Revit 2010 Professional Examination.
The years of using the program paid off, but to get the Certification I need to pass the Autodesk Revit 2010 Associate Examination, which will be next week.
I decided to start with the professional exam because it involves practical exercises. The Associate exam is just a list of questions that requires memorizing most of the official book, including those areas of the program that I use the least. So I just need to sit down and read the book and I’ll be ready for the Associate exam.

Revit Certification in the Process…not for too long.

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