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The Basics Of REVIT

What you’ll learn

  • Learn the basics of REVIT, its importance and relevance in the AEC Industry.
  • Why REVIT is important to be adopted and its benefits.
  • Revit Elemental Hierarchy; importance and application
  • The background creation and the project setup for starting the project in Revit
  • Central File and Local File and the Synchronization process
  • The User Interface Settings of REVIT
  • The Project Browser Organization; significance and application
  • Visibility Graphics and View Range
  • Various Drafting Tools in REVIT

Requirements

  • No prerequisite or requirement needed

Description

The Basics Of REVIT. Various concepts and terminologies that define the REVIT and its application in the Building Information Modeling process to achieve the federated model for the construction process to begin on site.

The starting screen of REVIT and all the different options available there for setting up the interface of REVIT before actually starting the project

The model creation overview and the families

All the basic options and terminologies available in the REVIT software Interface for successful application and implimentation of a project within the REVIT environment.

the categories, families, types and instances of the revit elemental hierarchy system.

the process of creating 3D from 2D and the various parameters governing it such as templates, views, levels and grids.

Creation of central file and local file, its application , significance and relevance

Graphics and other Interface settings such as visibility graphics and view range.

Various disciplines such as architecture, structure, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

Drafting tools such as model lines, detail lines, rectangle, polygon, circle, filter, arc, ellipse, and the modify option settings.

Learn the basics of REVIT, its importance and relevance in the AEC Industry.

Why REVIT is important to be adopted and its benefits.

Revit Elemental Hierarchy; importance and application

The background creation and the project setup for starting the project in Revit

Central File and Local File and the Synchronization process

The User Interface Settings of REVIT

The Project Browser Organization; significance and application

Visibility Graphics and View Range

Various Drafting Tools in REVIT

Who this course is for:

  • BIM Professionals
  • Architects, Engineers and Designers
  • Architecture students
  • Anyone interested in Revit, BIM or associated with BIM Industry

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