Hello everyone! Please join us this month for more BIM stuff. We will having Brian Andresen cover some a range of some basic and more advanced Revit things to keep in mind, as well as Randy's presentation on keynoting...
For Brian's presentation:
Template/Content Resources Autodesk Revit Templates, Content Collections, and Libraries
Object Styles Required A MUST for controlling your content within your projects
Nomenclature Standard Naming between files and content is crucial
View Inception Levels See all five levels of View Customization
Sheet Revision/View Titles The best way (I’ve found) for Revision Triangles & View Titles on Sheets
View Inception Levels Understand all five levels of View Settings (and when to apply)
Clockwise Workflow Works for Walls and Section placement for clarity/consistency
Copy/Paste Options Copy lines between process (geometry, detail, sheets/ views)
Workset Locking Only way in Revit to lock content from others (and yourself)
On-site Revit Support Staying Up-to-Date with Revit, BIM, and Future Technology
For Randy's presentation:
For one portion of the meeting we will review Noting, or… Keynoting;
Keynoting has evolved over the years – we will review the good, the bad, and the ugly of Keynoting. I will show you 3 of the ways that people have done, or are doing Keynoting…
FYI – there are potentially more ways, but I’m just going to concentrate on the 3 basic methods.
We hope to see you there!