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Introducing FREE weekly webinars

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Did you know that we now hold a FREE Webinar EVERY week?!

 

Our Webinars have already become extremely popular, and our limited seats fill up quickly. Each week we have people from over 20 countries attend, from every profession: Architects, Designers, Interiors, Builders, Trades, Engineers, Estimators and Manufacturers. We are super happy about this! Uniting the design and construction Industry, so that we can all be more efficient and profitable, is one of the main reasons we get out of bed. What other software can say that?!

 

These live, interactive webinars have been designed to help you. It doesn’t matter if you are a PluSpec user, or if you just want to know more.  This is the best way to get answers to your questions and see why PlusSpec is the right choice for your business.

 

We hold our Webinars every Thursday @ 9am AEDT / Wednesday @ 2pm PST. However, we understand that this time may not suit you, and this is why we also record each session. As long as you register (even if you can’t attend) you will receive the recording so that you can watch it at a time that suits you. If you don’t register, you won’t receive the recording, so please check out our webinar page at the beginning of each week so you don’t miss out!

 

Our Webinars last 40-60 minutes and each session will discuss a specific topic. However, we have limited seats, so please register early so you don’t miss out.

 

We recommend that you bookmark our Webinar Page so you always know what’s coming.

 

If there is a topic that you would like us to hold a webinar on, you can make requests for upcoming registers when you Save Your Seat for a Webinar.

 

Click HERE to see our Webinar Page and stay up to date with your FREE learning.

There is a reason why Hollywood Designers use SketchUp

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Image by Luke Whitelock. Copyright owned by Marvel Studios

And the answer is simple.

 

No other CAD or BIM software (or any other acronym that you want to use) has actually been made as a design tool. Our competitors are merely ‘virtual drafting boards’, and have been created so that their users can create 2D drawings in a slightly more efficient way.

 

SketchUp on the other hand, is the first 3D CAD design software. The Trimble SketchUp team believe that Architects and Designers should be focused on design (above everything else), and that’s why they created SketchUp as ‘a pencil with superpowers’. It enables you to design in 3D, in the same free way that you can design with a pencil and pen (the traditional, and only other way to truly design). But most of us can’t really draw anyway, right? Well, drawing with SketchUp in 3D makes you look like a pro. And no other CAD software comes close.

Luke Whitelock is an Assistant Art Director with over 12 years experience working on large movies for clients as diverse as Marvel, Fox, Universal and Disney. Luke plays a major role in bringing movies to life and realizing the finished movie sets. He has worked on some ‘big name’ movies, such as “Inception”, “Guardians of the Galaxy”, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Doctor Strange” (among many others). Check out his IMDb bio. He is currently finishing work on “Avengers: Infinity War”.

Image by Luke Whitelock. Copyright owned by Marvel Studios

Luke has now used SketchUp in his work for over 10 years. In the last 5 years, he made a transition from 2D board drawing to using only SketchUp and Layout for his work. Aside from dreaming up the sets of block buster movies, he also helped to design the “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” Theme Park at Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida.

 

Luke has been very vocal about how great SketchUp and Layout are, and within the Film Art Departments he has converted many of his peers.

Image by Luke Whitelock. Copyright owned by Marvel Studios

As you can see from some examples of Luke’s work, his designs are not only highly creative and emotive, but also very technical. Because the 3D model is so complete, and illustrative, he is also able to quickly turnaround projects within a couple of weeks and then see them go into production immediately. This is because SketchUp enables him to do three things seamlessly:

  • design
  • communicate his design in a way that everyone immediately understands (3D, colour, perspectives, etc).
  • communicate technically (so that the designs can be built)

Movie Draftsman and Art Directors need vivid imaginations, and ensure that they use the best mediums to help them design, and then communicate their vision.

 

In the words of Luke, ‘Much of what we do in the Art department relies heavily on everyone being able to understand the design, not just from a construction point of view but also from the perspective of all the other departments, whether thats rigging, SFX, Visual Effects, Set Dec or the Director of Photography. A SketchUp model can be viewed by everyone and immediately everyone knows what they can expect to get with regards to a finished set. Quick turnarounds and last minute script changes are not as painful as they once were, as the beauty of SketchUp and Layout means I can change the design and the drawings will automatically update saving hours of labour and stress. I love SketchUp!!’

We share Luke’s statement, and we believe that these same principles that are so important to being able to successfully design movie sets have exactly the same importance for the design of buildings.

 

So why do Architects and Designers use software that have not been made primarily to help us design, and then communicate the form and feel of our designs in ways that everyone understands (especially our clients)? Why are we using ‘Virtual Drafting Boards’ and trying to communicate the old way (in 2D)? 

 

Shouldn’t we be using software that helps us design (first and foremost) – but also communicates the form, feel, and function? Just like in the movies, design is all about emotion. You should be able to communicate directly in your immersive 3D model – more 3D, less 2D!

 

However, we also understand that Architects and Designers also need smarter ways to draw, specify products, and capture information/data in the model. We understand the power of BIM – and being able to model parametrically (having the ability to adjust every element in your drawing through attributes, rather than having to redraw, or manually adjust). We understand that you need to be able to design and specify real building materials and products. We understand that you need to be able to be able to work with consultants and be able to update your work to suit their specifications. We understand that you need to be able to easily manage the cost of your designs so that they meet your clients budget. And we understand that you are supposed to do all of this and more within strict deadlines.

 

This is why we created PlusSpec for SketchUp.

 

At RubySketch, we don’t think the same way as our competitors. We want to change the way that we design and build. We believe that 3D technology should be more than just another way to create 2D plans.

 

We challenge the traditional ways of doing things by creating software that ends the communication breakdown between architects, builders and manufacturers (not to mention clients).

 

PlusSpec for SketchUp gives you total design freedom, as well as the best of Building Information Modeling, Virtual Design and Construction & One-click Feasibility studies. This is the ultimate design tool for Architects and Designers. With PlusSpec for SketchUp, you will create 3D ‘Virtual Design and Construction Models’. These are exact, virtual replicas of what will be built, and contain all of the information about the project within the model (everything that anyone would ever need to know). And because it is true 3D, you are able to communicate the feel, form and function a ‘natural way’ (from within the interactive and immersive 3D model): the same way we see the world with our eyes; the same way that we lose ourselves in movies. If you have highly bespoke/complex elements in your design. use the easy SketchUp tools and 3D sketch it, then ‘BIM-it’ with PlusSpec – and you don’t need to be a guru or BIM Manager to do it!

 

It just so happens that our software is simple to use and user friendly.

Become part of PlusSpec HERE

 

See some more examples of Luke’s work HERE.

SketchUp also recently interviewed another Hollywood Visual Artist, by the name of Chris Rosewarne. Check out this very interesting article HERE.

Upcoming SketchUp Guide includes a PlusSpec spotlight

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We’ve just heard that the first Italian Guide to SketchUp with a PlusSpec spotlight is Coming Soon.

Here’s what we know:

 

SketchUp. Progettazione architettonica BIM, is the first Italian guide to Trimble SketchUp 2017, ranging from the introduction of the software to the BIM-approach with PlusSpec, and GPU-rendering with Octane Render. It provides users with step-by-step tutorials exploring all aspects of SketchUp, from simple tasks to advanced ones.

 

After exploring the SketchUp interface, the author shows every aspect of the software:

  • Visualization & Navigation
  • Objects creation & editing
  • Model organization
  • Printing & Layout
  • Plugins & Extensions
  • BIM with PlusSpec
  • Rendering with Octane Render

Alessandro Barracco, aerospace engineer, PhD, is Assistant Professor at SUPINFO – École Supérieure d’Informatique, Paris, where he teaches Algorithmic and Programming Languages. He is also a Research Fellow at University of Enna Kore, Italy where he teaches courses in AEC BIM/CAD modeling and visualization, as well as structural design with SketchUp at the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture. He his an active member of the SketchUp community. He founded, with prof. Arch. Maurizio Oddo, the BOMAstudio, winning several international architecture competitions and realizing many buildings in Italy (House Ditta[1], the New University Library of Kore[2], the new Arena of Selinunte[3]). He is now also an avid PlusSpec user.

[1] http://www.domusweb.it/en/architecture/2009/09/30/boma-studio-house-ditta-erice.html

[2] http://www.ppan.it/stories/oddo/

[3] http://www.domusweb.it/it/notizie/2016/08/27/nuovo_teatro_triscina_di_selinunte.html

 

We have been advised that the book will be in Italian only. Comment below if you would like to see them publish an English translation also (we know we would)!

RubySketch Partners with Simpson Strong-Tie

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We are proud to announce that as of today, RubySketch has partnered with Simpson Strong-Tie – the world leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions. With offices located throughout North America, Europe, and Australia, Simpson Strong-Tie is the most recognized global connector brand in the residential construction industry.

 

In the words of our Director, Andrew Dwight, “We believe that a partnership with such a global, reputable and like-minded company allows us to continue rapidly innovating and developing our software, whilst greatly extending our reach to new customers, particularly in North America.”

 

In fact, Andrew Dwight is currently attending the NAHB International Builders’ Show (January 10-12, 2017 in Orlando, FL), at the Simpson Strong-Tie booth. So if you’re attending the event (or in the area), make sure you drop by and say hello. Booth W4641

 

For you, our customers, nothing has changed. Our family has simply become bigger – and our mission is as strong as ever. RubySketch and Simpson Strong-Tie share the same goal of creating a stronger and more unified approach between design professionals, the construction industry, and building manufacturers. 2017 will be a big year for us, and we can’t wait to show you how PlusSpec will evolve. Our next update is scheduled for February 2017, so stay tuned.

 

We would like to thank all of our customers for your continued support. We are working hard to make your experience exceptional, and with Simpson Strong Tie’s support, we look forward to making it even better.

 

For those of you who are yet to get your copy of PlusSpec, there is no better time to join the gang!

 

You can read the official Press Release and learn more about the partnership and Simpson Strong-Tie HERE.

Wearable Technology in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry: Microsoft Hololens

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Wearable technology is the way of the future, in and out of the workplace. We didn’t realize we needed a smart watch until Apple and Samsung told us we did – and now half of us can’t live without one. Innovative and accurate technology is now at our fingertips (quite literally) more than ever, and that has now expanded into work site technology.

 

We seem to be doing just fine with the technology we’ve got, but wearable technology has been taken to a whole new level with clothing, smart helmets and eye-wear, which have been created to make life easier. Various innovative enterprises are now partnering and delivering worker’s (and definitely compliance officer’s) wildest dreams. These tech-savvy entrepreneurs are improving the way we design and communicate, making our job sites safer, efficient and sustainable. So, what’s the fuss all about?

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Supporting Our Friend: Builders Profits – Workshop

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At PlusSpec, we know how important it is to connect industry, and support friends.

Builders Profits Logo_PlusSpec Partner

Our friends Builders Profits are offering a Workshop to help improve your success in 2017.

 

If you have a business in the construction industry (in Australia or North America), and need help growing your business, then this Workshop by Builders Profits will help you get on track fast.

From the words of Builders Profits:
‘Discover the 5 fundamental steps that will make 2017 your best year you ever! This is an online workshop not a sales webinar and there will be a downloadable workbook sent to you 24 hours before the workshop.
In this workshop you will discover…
  • the number one place you should start when it comes to planning (HINT: It’s got nothing to do with business planning.)

  • how to become one of the top 5% of builders by using the 3 D’s that ensure success in all areas of your life.
  • the simple “4 R” process to guarantee your success.
  • the quick & easy 5 step planning method to go from struggling and stuck to having the business of your dreams.
  • how to ensure your motivation holds for the entire year, and it’s not just like setting some New Year’s resolution that rarely lasts past February.
  • and a whole lot more.

From this workshop you will walk away with the tools and templates to ensure you make 2017 your best year ever!’

Click HERE if you are interested.

Young people are snubbing the construction industry – but why?

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Does the construction industry have a disconnect with GenY?

Many of us wrongly think that the new generation of young adults entering the workforce are afraid of hard work and physical labour. However, statistics show that they’ll go to the gym, jog, and do more sport than we ever did. So if it’s not laziness, or the fear of getting their hands dirty that is disenchanting our younger generation from entering the construction industry, then what is it?

 

Workplaces have changed significantly, yet the construction industry has not. Most of us in the industry still think that technology is a luxury, or that it has no real benefit. There also remains the ‘apprentice’ culture. Even I was guilty of this. In our industry, I think that we tend to bark at newcomers. It’s probably not even intentional – it’s just the way we learned (as well as an opportunity to let out some stress!). However, things have changed. This kind of workplace does not stimulate or encourage the new generation. It’s simply not the way that any other industry teaches new staff, and I believe that this is one of the main reasons why we are seeing a steady decline in new construction employees.

 

Students and apprentices thrive on technology. It is what they are brought up on. And yet, the construction industry, as well as the Educational Institutions (based in construction) are not embracing construction technology as much as they need to. In fact, most apprentices are still learning in the exact same way as our grandfathers did.

 

Education in other industries has been transformed because they understood that the old methods of communication didn’t work. They understood that they needed to embrace technology. However, the Construction Industry is yet to find a solid solution to newer, more innovative ways to teach a declining wave of our industry’s participants.

 

Could the answer come down to training? The prioritization of technology, training and implementation (instead of merely barking orders and blindly following the ‘old ways’) may just be the solution our industry needs. And guess what? It’s an easy fix.

These guys do not realize how much they know about our industry, it's amazing.

These guys do not realize how much they know about our industry, it’s amazing.

I can only assume the rationale for the UK considering to call on the British Army to plug the skills gap in the skills-starved construction industry is that the construction industry in general needs more tech-savvy recruits, who also possess the fundamental skills and background needed for a successful career in construction? We all know that the army are at the forefront of technology, so it makes perfect sense to me that military leavers are an incredible, yet largely untapped resource that could help advance the construction industry and propel it into the future.

The army helping construction design and implementation

They might be tougher yet we all have to learn the fundamentals.

Technology holds the answers to encouraging our current and future generations of construction professionals.

Designing virtually on a computer and communicating construction methodology in a different environment is the answer. I’m convinced of this. I’ve been working with the “new generation”, “our future”, and it made me change the way I do things. I’ve  introduced technology to new employees for some 10 years now, and I find that this enables young people to actually understand construction, as well as why different construction methodologies cost more money and why some projects are more difficult to build than others.  

 

It took my hands-on experience to learn these things, yet to convey this experience to a new employee takes a lot of time, frustration and hard work. For me, the writing was on the wall, and I knew that I needed a better, more intuitive and appropriate system to teach my new employees. I drew a line in the sand and started a technology arm to our design and construction based company. My skills and resources were now being channeled into technology development and computer programming. These skills had to go into an existing platform that was proven to work for the next generation.

 

Plusspec for SketchUp is the result of my continuing work, and my experience has been rewarding and fruitful for the industry. Thousands of students and apprentices are using PlusSpec, and I am proud that it is helping them to better understand and prepare for their careers.  

 

When students/apprentices understand (and see) why they are doing something, they make less errors and gain confidence very quickly. With less error also comes less frustration, and ultimately less barking from the leader. This creates a friendlier and more productive workplace.

 

My generation (I’m 41) is not traditionally good with technology, yet my children adopt and embrace new technology without batting an eyelid. Working to their strengths instead of to their weaknesses is the obvious and easiest choice. If we ask ourselves why we barked at newcomers to the industry, was it due to their inexperience? Would we bark at someone who understood more in the beginning? Well maybe because we are old school, but nowhere near as much! A better, more informed generation of employees enables more efficiency and will encourage more workers to our desperately understaffed industry.  

 

If the UK decides to utilize their armed forces, they will also need training – and they will expect technological solutions, such as PlusSpec. We need to think outside the square and implement better technology today.

 

If you are interested in learning more about Plusspec you can contact my office on (02)9679 2429 during business hours or visit the PlusSpec Website. I am looking forward to a more productive and youth inclusive design and construction industry.

Andrew Dwight Designer Builder

Andrew Dwight: Designer & Builder.  PlusSpec creator.

Our Friends at Builders Profits are hosting a FREE Webinar

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At PlusSpec, we know how important it is to support friends

Builders Profits Logo_PlusSpec Partner

Builders Profits are hosting a FREE webinar for Construction Industry Professionals, and they have asked us to help them spread the word.

 

Dates: Wednesday 24th & Thursday 25th August, 2016

 

There is a morning webinar and an evening webinar to choose from – and it specifically targets the following countries:

  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • USA

Webinar Topics:

  • How to Attract Better Quality Leads Into Your Business
  • How to Get Paid for Quotes
  • The 3 Most Important Things You Need to Do to Get the Job
  • The 3Cs to Sales Success
  • What Your Time is Worth (And Why It’s Important That It’s Not Just a Number You Pulled Out of Nowhere!)
  • The Steps to Take, In Order to Move Your Business From Where it is Right Now to Where You Want It to Be in the Next 90 Days

There are limited seats left, so make sure that you get in early.

Click HERE to learn more.

PlusSpec Wins the 2016 ABA100 Technology Innovation Award

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PlusSpec Wins the 2016 ABA100 Technology Innovation Award

August 2016

ABA100 Technology Innovation Award Winner

SYDNEY, August 12, 2016 – RubySketch announces that its Design, Construction and Estimating software, PlusSpec, has been recognised as the ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2016 for Innovation and Technology.

 

“For over a decade, The Australian Business Awards have recognised organisations that provide their clients with solutions to modern challenges by prioritising innovative practices that continually push the boundaries of what’s possible,” Australian Business Awards Program Director, Ms Tara Johnston, said.

 

“Winning this award for Technology Innovation in the Australian Business Awards 2016 is testament to the strength of our vision. I would like to thank all of our team at RubySketch, and our Industry support. We may be a start-up and small in number, but our passion is unequalled”, says RubySketch’s Founder and BDM, Andrew Dwight.

 

PlusSpec for SketchUp is a combination of 3D CAD, Building Information Modelling, Virtual Design & Construction, Estimating, Real Product Integration, and Integrated Project Delivery.

 

PlusSpec is for Architects, Designers, Builders, Engineers, Estimators, Manufacturers, and Homeowners – and it has created the first holistic industry solution that unites all sectors, and finally improves the way we communicate with each other.

 

Visit http://plusspec.com to learn more about PlusSpec and how it would benefit your business.

 

To see the official Australian Business Awards Media Release, click Here.

For more information on the ABA, go to www.australianbusinessawards.com.au

RubySketch Tool

About RubySketch

 

RubySketch is one of the foremost product content providers and content solution consultants in the world. Since September 2010, RubySketch has been trailblazing the industry, by passionately connecting Manufacturers with the Design and Construction Industries, so that real products can be better used within 3D BIM projects. With this drive, it continues to dominate the industry, producing the most intuitive and powerful 3D content, for BIM software.

 

With the release of PlusSpec in 2015, RubySketch has pioneered an innovative disruptive technology solution, which aims to unite the design, construction and building manufacturing Industries, and has resulted in the foundation of the first true Virtual Integrated Project Delivery Software.

 

For more information, visit https://www.rubysketch.com

PlusSpec will have a booth at SketchUp 3D Basecamp

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SketchUp 3D Basecamp 2016 is being held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado from June 13th – 15th, and PlusSpec will be there as a sponsor!

 

The 3D Basecamp, by SketchUp, is the place to be to meet and be inspired by some of the best SketchUp users from around the world. This year, the team at SketchUp are also introducing a 3D Bootcamp (being held on the weekend before 3D Basecamp), which is a two-day intensive training workshop. This sounds like it will be a great way of learning how to become a SketchUp ninja.

 

If you are one of the lucky ones to have a ticket (3D Basecamp and 3D Bootcamp are both sold out), we hope that you’ll come find us and have a chat. We will have a booth/table, and we will be demonstrating how PlusSpec is the professional BIM solution that SketchUp users have been waiting for.

 

We will be giving away heaps of prizes, so you won’t want to miss out by being shy.

 

Tickets to 3D Basecamp have been sold out for ages, so make sure that you get in early next year so that you don’t miss out.

 

The official layout has not yet been released, but we won’t be hard to find. In the meantime, please take the time to browse the event page and have a look at the 3D Basecamp Schedule by clicking here.

So what’s on at Basecamp?

 

Monday

Lighting Design using SketchUp | goo.gl/VIo6Pe

Down to the Details: Model Everything in SketchUp | goo.gl/1mGe1M

SketchUp in Big, Data-Driven Projects | goo.gl/NbmmwI

Performance Based Design in Action | goo.gl/UbjtcN

SketchUp Basics Training: Part 1 [3-hour hands-on workshop] |goo.gl/Ch5ARp

Cities and SketchUp: Planning the Future in 3D | goo.gl/bS1LNG

A Complete Residential Project in SketchUp | goo.gl/rqtkRu

Virtual Design & Construction at JE Dunn | goo.gl/9hPSjE

Timber Framing and SketchUp | goo.gl/TBEJcK

SketchUp Basics Training: Part 1 [3-hour hands-on workshop, cont’d] |goo.gl/Ch5ARp

Paved with Good Intentions: When Good Models Go Bad | goo.gl/KWev8t

Information Modeling in SketchUp: An Overview | goo.gl/fpRfkD

SketchUp for CNC | goo.gl/rLeQ2A

SketchUp Basics Training: Part 1 [3-hour hands-on Workshop, cont’d] |goo.gl/Ch5ARp

 

Tuesday

Plans & Elevations 2.0 [3-hour hands-on workshop] | goo.gl/5M2wDV

SketchUp Basics Training: Part 2 [3-hour hands-on horkshop] | goo.gl/1xyiqI

Proposals to Projects: A SketchUp Interior Design Workflow |goo.gl/QrLKbE

Deploying 3D Environments for Education, Virtual Reality, Gaming and More | goo.gl/mdB2Bl

Spreading SketchUp Through an Organization | goo.gl/1c0WMA

Plans & Elevations 2.0 [3-hour hands-on workshop, cont’d] | goo.gl/5M2wDV

SketchUp Basics Training: Part 2 [3-hour hands-on workshop, cont’d] |goo.gl/1xyiqI

Dream Up: Planning, Designing, and Building Amazing Attractions in SketchUp | goo.gl/DsZqaW

Smart Modeling for Complex Construction Documents | goo.gl/cm4Pog

Empirical Sketching for As-Built Modeling | goo.gl/WUBn7d

Building Beautiful Drawings: The SketchUp Arch-Viz Platform [3-hour hands-on workshop] | goo.gl/H4IOwU

Everything You Need to Know about Materials [90-minute hands-on workshop] | goo.gl/HpxA8W

Component Based Modeling Fundamentals [90-minute hands-on workshop] | goo.gl/krASdt

Context is King: Creating Context Models from Concept to Render |goo.gl/qY5QEU

SketchUp in the K-12 Classroom | goo.gl/JHv2bF

 

Wednesday

Extension Open House [3-hours, informal presenations] | goo.gl/wUaO0f

How do I […] in SketchUp [3-hours, informal presentations] | goo.gl/tFs2Gv

Rendering with V-Ray | goo.gl/NP7j3n

Content Quality is King: Making Models that Work Great | goo.gl/qaObh8

Timber Framing in SketchUp [2 hour, hands-on workshop] | goo.gl/TBEJcK

Extension Open House [3-hours, informal presenations] | goo.gl/wUaO0f

How do I […] in SketchUp [3-hours, un-conference] | goo.gl/tFs2Gv

Scripting 101: Learn to Code in SketchUp [90-minute hands-on workshop] |goo.gl/5j5nU5

Rendering with Podium | goo.gl/DD12SM

Quad Modeling for Smooth Geometry | [90-minute, hands-on workshop] |goo.gl/aH5YvT

 

Now that is a great line up, we look forward to seeing you there!

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