This is a time efficient way to incorporate repetitive details from an AutoCAD library over similar projects, with correct display. This screencasrt begins with the creation of a detail without correct display (COLORED DRAFTING VIEW) and then goes on to show the creation of a correct appearing drafting view. Summary 1) In Revit – create a new Drafting View 2) Insert>>Import CAD. Select the CAD drawing to import
Source: AutoCAD 2019 Help: Bringing details from an AutoCAD library into Revit
Learns the pros/cons of upgrading a Revit vs. building it new
Source: Revit: Upgrading vs. Rebuilding Templates – CADD Microsystems
Learn how these 35 Tools and Resources can help you to Absolutely Hack Your Freelancing Success online and offline.
Source: 35 Tools and Resources to Hack Your Freelancing Success
Don’t leave your electrical design to chance. Follow these five tips to help improve the efficiency and accuracy of your next project.
Source: 5 Ways to Improve Your Electrical Design and Installation Workflow
Back in July, I posted about the Topo Align app, which is a great little app that you can download from the Autodesk app store, for only $1.99. It has three tools that all modify Topography, includ…
Source: Make Hardscape Follow Topo – landarchBIM
Are you having to hide sheet grids one sheet at a time? See steps below on how to globally control sheet grid visibility using Global Parameters in Revit.
Source: Utilizing Global Parameters for Sheet Grid Visibility – IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog
Revit Family Guidelines-The 20 best-practice rules that all properly built Revit Families should follow. Helpful tips when creating Revit Familes.
Source: Revit Family Guidelines: Top 20 Rules for Properly Built Revit Families – revitIQ