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Alan Johnson

Reinforcing A Concrete Footing In Revit Using Graitec BIM Designers

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In this guide we are going to look at how to reinforce a concrete footing in Revit using the Graitec BIM Designers tool. There are some standard reinforcement tools built into Revit, which allow us to...
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Alan Johnson

Reinforcing A Concrete Column In Revit Using Graitec BIM Designers

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In this guide we are going to look at how to reinforce a concrete column in Revit using the Graitec BIM Designers tool. There are some standard reinforcement tools built into Revit, which allow us to ...
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Alan Johnson

Reinforcing A Concrete Beam In Revit Using Graitec BIM Designers

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In this guide we are going to look at how to reinforce a concrete beam in Revit  using the Graitec BIM Designers tool. There are some standard reinforcement tools built into Revit, which allow us...
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Alan Johnson

Joining A Structural Column And Structural Wall In Revit

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Whilst using Autodesk Revit to create a structural model, If you have ever placed concrete columns in a concrete wall you will probably have seen that in the 3D view the columns can look like separate...
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Simon Dickinson

What's New In Revit 2020.1

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Autodesk have recently released Revit  2020.1 with some great new features, and in this blog I will look at some of the best ones under the headings of Connect, Create and Optimise. Connect Sketc...
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Alan Johnson

How to Change the Reference Level of a Beam in Revit

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If you have placed beams in Revit, you should be aware that they have a Reference Level that they are constrained to. If we look at the properties of that beam, you can see the Reference Level at the ...
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Alan Johnson

How to Copy Multiple Doors from One Revit Project to Another

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Let’s say you working on a new project, and you need to start placing some doors (or Windows) and you remember that the doors you want are not already loaded in to the project but you know the doors y...
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Simon Locke

How To Colour By Numbers In Revit With Duct Colour-Fill Legends

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Before you start creating colour legends in Autodesk Revit it is best practise to make a duplicate of your required floorplan, if you have not already done so and ensure it is re-named accordingly. An...
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Greg Benson-Shettle

How To Split A Building Across Several Sheets And Work With Dimensions That Detail Across A Split View In Revit

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The Complete Guide Often, with larger buildings in Autodesk Revit , we need to split the building to have different parts of the building in separate views so they can be placed on different sheets at...
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Alan Johnson

How To Insert SketchUp Into Revit Using FormIt

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Have you ever needed to take a model from SketchUp in to Autodesk Revit ? In Revit Insert Tab > Link Panel > Link CAD > change the file type to SKP, browse for file and open, but when yo...
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