Back to Basics: Revit for MEP Users – Setting Up View Templates
In this installation of the Back to Basics: Revit for MEP Users series, I am covering how to set up View Templates in Revit. This goal of this process is to take multiple levels and create floor plan views for plumbing, lighting, and power.
Watch the video below to see my quick demonstration for setting up your View Templates in Revit.
Discover What’s New in Autodesk 2015
Join us from the comfort of your desk for the Online Solutions Tour featuring over six different sessions!
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! In addition to some recent updates to note, I also have some awesome resources for InfraWorks and Civil 3D for you. Read on for all the updates and make sure you watch the videos.
Many users know how to create a simple spool drawing from their pipe layout, but when it comes to creating a batch spool there seems to be some difficulty. Learn how to create a Batch Spool for CADmep from Philip Charlson.
Hate the admin work that comes with your building and design documents? Here’s how Bluebeam can help take away the drudgery and win back your time.
The BIM Elephant returns, asking the popular question, “where is my ROI from using BIM?” My colleague Damon Socha and I dive in offering a different perspective.
In the October 10th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Nick Harper discussed four ways that you can coordinate data between Revit and Civil 3D. Read on to learn how you can share your project data in a meaningful way.
Newport Beach, California, August 27, 2015 – The Central States BIM Workshop, a two-day user conference, successfully concluded its fourth year in Omaha, NE. Hosted by U.S. CAD, a BIM consultant and Autodesk Platinum Partner, the event had more than 120 attendees from over 50 companies joining industry-leading speakers and experts on August 6th and 7th for 38 different sessions covering BIM, Architecture, Structural Engineering, Construction, and more.
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! This month, I have a whole bunch of recent Autodesk software updates to share. I also have several must-watch videos for you to work better in Civil 3D. Read on for all the updates.
One of the most powerful demonstrations of Building Information Modeling is a Record Model. So much that it deserves a two-part blog. If you have any questions after this first one, I can include the answers in the second part. I have shortened certain steps to keep the blog interesting. If you want the full procedure, contact U.S. CAD and we can give you the exact steps towards an incredible deliverable that has been tried and tested. Happy modeling!
The third Orange County BIM Workshops, hosted by U.S. CAD, was attended by more than 100 BIM professionals, representing 60+ companies. Read about more of the event highlights here!
At first glance, I thought AutoCAD 2019 seemed light on new features. But then I heard about One AutoCAD. Check out my conversation with CADLearning’s Senior Content Manager David Cohn about the new release and what it means for AutoCAD users.
Since July 31, 2016, Autodesk is no longer selling new subscriptions or perpetual licenses for Design & Creation Suites. In their place, three new industry collections were introduced to provide you value that well exceeds the premium suites. Here are 5 things you need to know about the switch.
If you’ve ever played the “I’m not touching you game” as a child, you know how important boundaries are and our need for space. Revit families are no different. A 3D element provides a great parametric visual of what we can expect outside of the virtual world, but without the proper clearances the equipment may not be given the space it truly needs to function.
If you are used to creating your construction documents in AutoCAD, you understand the time it takes working in Paper Space, adding your Viewports, and printing. Learn how you can save stress and time by creating and managing your documents in Revit.