Revit Steel Contour Cut issue Introduction We have recently come across an issue when using the Contour Cut tool within the Revit Steel Tab. The issue is when cutting [...]
Revit 2020.1 have been released. Introduction Autodesk have recently released an update for 2020. As in the past it is a point release and known as the Revit 2020.1 [...]
AutoCAD 2020.1 Update released Introduction Traditionally Autodesk release a service pack a couple of months after the major version are released. In August the 2020.1 update was released. The [...]
Revit as a Conceptual Design Tool
AutoCAD CAD Layer Standards Kick Start
In this video we will be creating a residential truss that fits underneath an existing roof. We’ll be using the Revit Truss tool in the Structure tab.
If I had to use a motoring analogy, I would say AutoCAD is to Inventor or Revit like a C-Class is to an F1 Mercedes racing car.
Designers envisage snug home models that best fit their clients and want most of all for them experience it before the time.
here are many ways to add a plaster band around a window in Revit. One is to use a In-Place family but in this video, we will be showing how to add a simple plaster band around a window in Revit using the Family Editor.
Revit is the modelling application. The structural discipline takes ownership of structural elements within the federated model and a match stick model is constructed. When the appropriate families are used, the Section Name Keys of the Revit members map into elements in Robot and Advanced Steel and translates them into recognisable elements.
With this video we aim to show how you can use the standard fascia roof tool and just with a different profile create a ridge tile for your roof.
Furry materials are a lot of fun to use in interior decoration and traditionally not easily available for designers. Available in Lumion Pro, these materials allows one to generate really nice shaggy or furry materials for furniture, shag carpets and other fun surfaces. There are quite a few different materials that can be adjusted to get that look you want.
The idea with this blog is to show how to easily change the way host layers are shown in section views. This is particularly useful when you want to show certain host layers in a thicker lineweight in these views.