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The Autodesk Revit Worksets Workshop

Most projects require the efforts of many individuals. If you are working in Revit, one of the first things you need to …

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Developing a Custom Training Curriculum and Strategy

So you’ve been asked to get the staff trained on new software and/or procedures. Whether you plan to do it in-house or …

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Detailing in Autodesk Revit Architecture

Part of creating a successful building information model is knowing what to build into the model and what to leave out of …

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Autodesk Revit Architecture Workflow Fundamentals

If you are new to Autodesk Revit Architecture software and want to get a quick hands-on overview of the recommended practices for …

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Back to Reality: From Scan to Model to VR

Perched atop the majestic hilltops in Tuscany, Volterra is an ancient Italian city, continuously inhabited for 3 millennia. This session explores the …

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Revit Timeline: Understanding Revit Phasing

Revit has a pretty ingenious way of dealing with project phasing. You do not manually configure each object as new, existing or …

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Revit For Interiors: Essential Skills

Are you an interior designer thinking about using Revit? If so, wait no longer. Revit is a terrific tool for interior design. …

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Make a Strong Finish! Revit Interiors and Finishes

Sure Revit can do walls, doors and even furniture…but what about finishes? If you are responsible for interior design and have tried …

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Automate Everyday Revit Tasks with Dynamo

Do you find yourself frequently having to perform the same task several times over the course of a project? Are there workflows …

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Computational BIM Workshop – Dynamo for Revit for Beginners

Discuss how to combine logic, geometry, math, and BIM (Building Information Modeling) with Dynamo visual programming. We’ll use Dynamo to drive a …

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Code Blocks Not Required – Dynamo (for Revit) for the Rest of Us

If you use Revit software every day as your primary production tool, you may often run into tedious tasks that you wish …

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The Architect’s Dynamo: Getting Non-Revit Users Involved!

Dynamo brings the power of visual programming into your Revit workflow. Dynamo is undergoing rapid development, has a huge community of supporters …

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Autodesk Revit Now Has Explode!…Well, Not Quite

Got your attention, didn’t I? Well thankfully, not that kind of explode, but rather “exploded” axonometric views. Using the new Displace Elements …

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From Revit to 3D Print in 75 minutes and under a grand!

3D Printing has been around for years. But until recently you had to have access to very pricy equipment in educational institutions …

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Revit Family Creation: A Step-by-Step Introduction (Just For Beginners)

step-byMaybe you know the power of Revit software’s Family Editor but you’ve avoided it, or it’s intimidated you until now. Wait no …

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