This webinar is desgined for the new Revit user in mind. By attending this webinar you will gain some tips on how to model faster in Revit. We will discuss some ways of speeding up tedious tasks when modeling in Revit.
This mini-training will answer the question: How can I use all of this data from our GIS department to assist in the Civil design? This class will cover bringing in a Shapefile or SDF file with the map import command so that GIS data comes in as Lines and Polylines. Next, the class will cover bringing in TIN data and the workflow needed when the elevation field is empty. Finally, we will look at bringing in Survey Data with the new 2018 enhancement pack.
Multi-discipline families, annotation symbols, views, filters etc. are pre-loaded into the MEPPP Starter Project. As a result, the options can be overwhelming when starting a new project in Revit. This mini training will teach end users how to customize the multi-disciplinary items that have been pre-loaded into the Mechanical Electrical Plumbing Productivity Pack.
Designed with the new Revit user in mind, this class is dedicated to familiarizing the new user with Revit basic commands. Architects and individuals in the architectural field will find this class an essential tool for understanding the core concepts of Revit Architecture.
In this mini-training, we will discuss the workflow of managing and changing your title blocks to reflect the disciple of the sheet set, in an automated way, utilizing CTC’s Express Tool Spreadsheet Link.
Starting a project on Collaboration for Revit and making edits can be fraught with pitfalls. Learn the proper way to work with a Collaboration for Revit project, publish models, and delete a model from your project the correct way.
CTC’s Tech Evangelist and BIM Guru Shawn Zirbes talks with Clive Jordan about the challenges we all face with BIM execution plans, as well as the how we can handle this documentation process in each of our firms in the most streamlined way to date.
LOD Planner is the author of an exciting toolset that will help companies of all sizes document their BIM Execution Plan, and establish standardized Level of Development (LOD).
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You can have a single location for all Civil 3D styles if you use reference templates. Reference templates allow us to reference styles from other templates in a dynamic way. This means no more changing or adding identical styles in multiple templates. You can make the change or style addition and have it show up in all other templates.