Advanced Skills in Revit Design








We will learn advanced skills in the Revit program. We will also touch on the use of 3D technology and the most important features of the Revit program in

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Autodesk Revit is a building information modeling program for architects, landscape engineers, structural engineers, electromechanical engineers (MEP), designers and contractors.

During this course, we will learn about the most important features of the revit program, which is 3D technology, work on drawing pipes and cable trays for electrical systems, how to find and solve collisions between the different elements and carry out the tagging and annotation process in a simplified and fast way. We will also learn how the Enlarged rooms work. Magnifying glass like communication rooms and many other things, and we will end the course by creating a simplified design for one of the communication systems and applying what we have worked on it

What you’ll learn

Familiarize yourself with the coordination process for ceiling plans

How to make import link to files from other sections

How do we copy / monitor grids and levels?

How to draw cable tray, various types, uses, and 2D &amp

3D pipes

How to filters and control display settings

How to tag (label) the elements and write them correctly

How do we create enlarged rooms as communication rooms?

How to do a design export from Revit to AutoCAD

How to find clashes between elements and their 2D &amp

3D solution

Simplified design work for the Structured cabling network

How to export a design from Revit to Navisworks?

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