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.
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In this installation of the Back to Basics: Revit for MEP Users series, Jack Trexler is covering how to set up your Starting View in Revit. Watch this video to learn this quick process:
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.
In this short video, learn how to use the Copy/Monitor tool to copy levels and grids from the architectural link you established. This is an essential step to help you clean up your existing plans and create some new floor plans.
In the first of the "Back to Basics: Revit for the MEP User" series, I walk you through four key steps: opening a template in Revit, linking in an architectural file, checking room bounding, and looking at phase mapping.
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:
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.
Whether you are an architectural, MEP, or structural Revit user, all companies should know how to archive a Revit project and get it to a safe location. Here are directions for common scenarios when archiving Revit projects.