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Category Archives: Revit
In Revit Architecture, you have the flexibility of reusing details from your typical detail library, or you can use parts of Sections, Elevations and Plans to create great looking details. Today we’re going to look at how you can do … Read more
Autodesk has recently released the 2013 product line, and among the most powerful features released are the online options of 360. An Autodesk 360 account is available to anybody, however customers wanting to get the most out of their subscription … Read more
Starting a Project in Revit Architecture Part 10 : Creating and Editing Schedules in Revit Architecture
In our last segment of the Starting a Project in Revit Architecture series, we took a look at annotating our drawings, and how to set up sheets. What we’ll delve into today is creating a schedule for a quantity survey, … Read more
In the following steps, we’ll take a look at editing the geometry in a predefined family file. You’ll notice that within this family there are other families nested ie.) stools, sink and dishwasher. To make this family complete, we need … Read more
Recently we had a customer give us a call and asked us an intriguing question. Can you put more than one building into a single Revit project file. I knew it could be done, but I had never thought of … Read more
With Building Information Modelling becoming the industry norm for new architectural projects, the demand for Revit savvy technicians is increasing quite significantly. In the early 80′s, CAD software caused the design process to become much more rapid and iterative, however … Read more
Last week, we took a look at creating roofs in our BIM, to complete the shell of our building. Now that we have the exterior of our house defined, we can begin to set up the sheets for our set … Read more
So now that we’ve added some circulation to the interior of our little home, what we’re going to look at next is adding a roof. In Revit there are a couple different ways to create a roof, but today we … Read more
From our last Revit tutorial, we’ve added some interior partitions and some more windows and doors. Our next challenge is to provide access to the basement within a set amount of space. Currently we have space for a kitchen and … Read more
To complete our vestibule and give it some more daylight, we’ve added a nice arched opening in the front, and we’ve brought the Top Constraint of our side walls down. What we’re going to do to enclose our vestibule is … Read more