Introduction In this video we will show you how to create a fence that will follow the topography. This is very useful to create boundary walls or fence around your building site. Conclusion Although you could have done this using Site families this method is much more productive. If you want to learn more about […]
Introduction There are many ways to create stepped foundations. In this video I’ll create foundation walls, split them and then add foundation to their undersides. Using this method you can overlap the foundations similar to how it is cast on site. Conclusion Using this method you are able to get more accurate geometry and also […]
Introduction We have recently come across an issue when using the Contour Cut tool within the Revit Steel Tab. The issue is when cutting through a web of a column that contained a fillet then the cut is disabled when the fillet is should. The fillet only is shown in the fine Level of Design/Detail […]
Introduction Autodesk has recently released an update for 2020. As in the past it is a point release and known as the Revit 2020.1 Update. In this release there is fixes and updates. Fixes and Updates Several fixes have been applied and many new features have been added and some feature have been enhanced. You […]
Many designers focus on the minutia before the design is ready and spend an enormous amount of time modifying their models when they need to be adjusted to revisions.
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.
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.