Revit, The Next Level - 14-21 May 2020 - Online
Due to the current situation & for your own safety, this live workshop has been put on hold until further notice!
"Revit, The Next Level" is your way to advance your existing skills to do the most complicated tasks. You’ll learn how to create your custom content elements, Collaborate with team members on bigger projects and manage Revit settings to your own requirements.
The training will be a live workshop for a selected few architects.
Day 1 - Part 1: Build anything!
Massing tools & tricks to build any building geometry. Creating In-Place Components, working with loadable Components, Editing Existing Family, Creating New loadable Families. Use Adaptive tools to create the most complicated panels when you need it.
Day 1 - Part 2: Visualize & Imagine
Creating Cameras, Adjusting view limits, Rendering Still images, Creating A Solar Study, Creating A Walk-through, Exporting Images & Animation. Use Enscape for better visuals right inside your Revit model space.
Day 2 - Part 1: Strength in numbers.
Working in a team using collaboration tools in Revit, Linking Files, Creating a central file & local copies, checking for interference between building components. Learn about BIM coordinator skills to link files, check for clashes across disciplines & verify model construct-ability.
Day 2 - Part 2: Manage it all
Managing Revit Project Files, Editing project location & orientation, Default objects materials & graphics, Modify & create project revisions to track your progress. Change Project location, coordinates & elevation. Control your tools, find errors in the model to report it & fix it!
- Online support by your instructor for 30 days. You may ask, send screenshots & receive reply within 48 hours.
- Each session includes the following stages:Theory: This is where you get to know the session objectives & the expected end result.
- Demonstration: I'll show you how to use the tools & what is the best workflow to get required results.
- Do it yourself: You'll have some time to apply what you've just learned, ask questions & discuss the outcome & possible applications.
Do you have a question? Drop me an email here.