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Multiple Circuit Home Run Arrows in Revit

For many electrical designers using Revit for their construction documents, the home run arrow for circuits is an important part of their drawings.  When multiple circuits are part of one home run, the designer wants to show multiple arrowheads on the circuit leader.  223 more words

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Project Browser and Properties Bar Not Visible.

This is one of the most common question that comes around while teaching REVIT to beginners .

Incidentally when u close your PROJECT BROWSER and PROPERTIES  23 more words

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Stop Revit Double-Click For Family Editor

When using Revit, do you ever get irritated with a family opening up in the family editor when you accidently double-click on the family while working in a project?  176 more words

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Revit Electrical Panel Schedule Configuration Information

When using Revit for electrical design, using Panel Schedules should be an important part of your design process.  Revit provides the user with some default panel schedule templates with the software, but most organizations modify the templates to function and appear the way that they desire.  1,192 more words

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Revit Electrical Panel Information

If you are utilizing Revit for electrical engineering design, then you are using electrical panels and likely electrical panel schedules.  While the process of inserting electrical panels and connecting basic circuits to them is pretty straightforward, there are some items that are good to know to help you better utilize panels and their associated schedules. 2,209 more words

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ELEVATION DEPTH - REVIT

Elevations in Revit has always been a hassle when it comes to showing depth , there are many workarounds for this

Here is a simple & quick trick which I think might be helpful to all. 20 more words

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