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Creating multiple levels in Revit

Creating levels in Revit is an essential task and one that can be accomplished with relative ease if only a few levels are needed. When a project requires multiple levels that run into double figures we may need to change our approach. 338 more words

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Revit is for Residential Architecture Too

Not very long ago, I was talking with some Architects about Revit and they made the comment that Revit doesn’t work for residential design.  I was surprised at their comments, especially with Revit’s roots being in residential design.  830 more words

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Revit 2016 Electrical Improvements

Revit 2016 has been released and you can find various sources for information on the enhancements of the software.  There are lots of nice changes, but I want to focus on electrical enhancements. 417 more words

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3 Ways to Add Walls in Autodesk Revit

This post was authored by Kristin Rhein, a U.S. CAD Technical Specialist who focuses on Autodesk Revit technology. You can connect with Kristin on LinkedIn… 431 more words

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TLCD Architecture: Revit Tips for March

Easy Peasy Sheet Duplication by Leslie Smith (03/05/15)

Take a peek at the blog post below from the Revit Kid.

Very easy and quick to add new sheets to a project. 321 more words

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Revit - Fillet Arcs

Fillet existing lines in Revit with an arc by activating the Detail Lines option on the Annotate tab and selecting the tool highlighted below;

Then specifying a curve radius and selecting the two lines to be filleted;

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QUESTION: How Does BIM IPD and LOD Affect My Project?

This post was brought to you by Lonnie Cumpton, Senior Director of Business Strategy at U.S. CAD. Connect with Lonnie on LinkedIn or Twitter. 512 more words

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