We will briefly talk about the beginning of Revit and the history behind the founders and their philosophies. We will also talk about how Revit differs from other BIM software and the vast improvements that have been made to Revit over the years.
We will discuss Building Information Modeling and the truth without the hype. We will venture into areas not discussed in promotional literature and how to realistically think about this new process, an extremely disruptive technology.
Learn the important differences between pre-2019 releases of Revit and newer releases. Become aware of all of the aspects all of the landing page and how to find BIM 360 projects on here vs. standard non-cloud projects.
We will go through the Menu and how to modify it. How to add or remove anything from Quick Access Toolbar aka the QAT. We will learn about everything that can be accessed though the File button and how to customize options.
We will learn all the palettes and tabs of the Ribbon with an emphasis on learning the Modify tab. We will learn how to use the Move, Rotate, Mirror, Align and Copy commands.
Learn how to use the project browser and modify it to suit your workflow , standards and trade. We will learn about the different types of plan views and what a drafting view is. We will learn what Revit schedules are but not how to create them since it is a more advanced topic.
We will dive into all the aspects of the View Bar, which include Detail Level, Model Display, Temporary Hide/Isolate, etc/ . We will also learn all about V/G and the difference between Model and Annotation Categories. We will learn the magic and speed behind Hide/Isolate assigned to shortcuts.
We will find how to best take advantage of the navigation bar, trying it into our keyboard shortcuts. We will learn how to navigate in Revit using pan, orbit, scroll wheel and share some invaluable tips for zooming and orientation.
This is the main area where you will model everything in Revit. We will learn by doing, and we will perform several Modify commands, with a preloaded Mechanical Equipment family.
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