I am currently creating a Revit Essentials Course for companies that would like to learn how to start using the Autodesk Construction Cloud on a pseudo pilot project. While setting up the exercises I am developing a model from a starting point for an exercise to the finish point of the exercise. In the process, […]
This video demonstrates how easy it is to use the Copy Design tool to create new assemblies which creates new copies as well as reuses existing copies from a design that already exists in the Autodesk Vault.
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AutoCAD has many productivity tools that you might not know of. They are not just the lisp routines and add-ins that you might find floating around the internet. Subcommands are a very powerful feature in AutoCAD and if you are not using them you need to start immediately. Let’s look at the copy command. This […]
How easy is it to manage folder structures in BIM 360? When BIM 360 first came out, not easy at all. Each project would have to have its own folder structure created from scratch. Then it became possible to create a “template” project to use when creating a new project. Useful if one had […]
A Revit 2016 user asked how to recreate a beam cut done on one beam so that you don’t have to create the cut manually on other beams as it would take very long to create a cut on each of the beam ends. To illustrate the process I created the following couple of steps. […]