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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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QUESTION: When Does It Makes Sense to Put DWG's Into A Family?

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. 375 more words

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Revit - Filter Selections

Use the filter tool when doing a sweeping select to refine your selection and save from altering unwanted categories / elements.  Use to both remove categories from selections and isolate categories / elements. 41 more words

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BIM Collaboration Beyond Revit Revisited: Welcome Autodesk A360 Collaboration for Revit and A360 Team

Posted on March 23, 2015 by Bill Knittle, Synergis Buildings Solutions Engineer:

For us seasoned Revit users, worksharing is a part of daily life when performing concurrent edits on our own model. 2,719 more words

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Back to Basics with Revit Walls Part 3: Bringing It All Together

Posted on March 16, 2015 by Bill Knittle, Synergis Building Solutions Engineer:

In some cases, our walls need to follow even more elaborate construction techniques. In this case, we’re going to look at how to create a foundation wall with an accurately modeled brick ledge or shelf. 600 more words

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