Revit projects involve several moving pieces and information to help us understand the story of our projects. This guide is intended to give you the best practices for creating Symbols, translating existing Symbols, and storing Symbols.
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TOPIC: From AutoCAD to Revit
Title Blocks are essential sheets of information in your project that display details about your company, the client, the project and revisions. Learn how to super-charge your Revit Title Blocks and projects with these four expert tips.
If your firm is transitioning from AutoCAD to Revit, but still has a library full of old AutoCAD Details, you can rest assured. There are several ways to convert your AutoCAD Details into your Revit projects. Learn 4 simple steps from Jack Trexler:
When working on a project in Revit, it is crucial to have your resources well-organized. A Revit Library can save your company a great deal of time while also strengthening the company brand standards. Learn 7 steps for getting your Revit Library started:
Revit Libraries contain robust model content, annotative content, and many other items that support your team’s project processes, workflows, and overall experience in Revit. Learn all about why you need to properly set up Revit Libraries.
Work sharing and effective communication on projects are essential to maximizing efficiency on your Revit projects. Discover how Collaboration for Revit can help with real-time communication, making informed decisions, and advanced BIM collaboration.
Loadable families are just one kind of Revit families that you can use in your Revit project. Join Daniel McCarthy on June 14, 2017 for the free "From AutoCAD to Revit" webinar to learn about the other two types: systems families and in-place families.
In the May From AutoCAD to Revit webinar, U.S. CAD Solutions Consultant, Aaron Wagner discussed general rules, tips and tricks, and a basic step-by-step guide in setting up a Revit Template.