[VIDEO] Save Time in Your Project Workflow with Revit Templates
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Moving from AutoCAD to Revit is a learning process, but it doesn’t have to be as daunting as you may think. In the May installment of the From AutoCAD to Revit webinar series, U.S. CAD Solutions Consultant, Aaron Wagner will cover how to create and use Revit Templates, and share how it can save you a great deal of time in your project workflow moving forward. Aaron will cover in greater detail the benefits of using templates, such as ready-to-go setup, having your content in one place, and accessing production at your fingertips. Whether you are an architect, structural engineer, or MEP engineer, learning Revit Templates can help you with your next project. Here’s a sneak peek at what you will see at the May 10th From AutoCAD to Revit webinar:
Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Daniel McCarthy, and today I’m gonna show you a quick preview on how to create a template file in Revit on our AutoCAD to Revit webinar.
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Although the rendering option in Navisworks continues to improve, many of us want basic colors for our 3D Spatial Coordination and other useful tools. Many owners are dictating what colors they want model objects to be, to improve communication during design review and other important meetings. Improvement means change, and change often means moving buttons and commands. For those having trouble coloring their models, follow this sequence:
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