https://youtu.be/d-HU-gqMoW8 Are you finding it tricky to model a single flight concrete stair with a concrete landing at both ends? Are you tired of having the bottom of the stair not fold correctly to it's connecting slab? Are your stair landings and handrails sloped when they should be flat? How do I draw a 200mm thick concrete stair throat + 200mm thick concrete … [Read more...] about Revit Tutorial – How to Model a Single Flight of Concrete Stairs with a Landing at Both Ends.
In this Revit 2022 tutorial I show you how to create an invisible section cut to elevate a lift core wall. The section marker stays on the plan, but is not seen and does not print out. Hovering over the area of the section line allows you to click on it, then you can right click and 'go to view'. A good trick for structural drafting of wall … [Read more...] about Revit Tutorial – Invisible Section Markers for Wall Elevations
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REVIT REBELS! up-vote our idea for the product. Help us poke Autodesk to fix one of the biggest missing items for Revit Structural Drafters. "Automatic load bearing hatch under in Revit for Structural Framing plans" Go to the link below and up vote this on the Autodesk Revit Ideas board: … [Read more...] about Help us poke Autodesk to fix one of the biggest missing items for Revit Structural Drafters
Before the advent of AutoCAD and other CAD/BIM drafting software, engineering drawings were crafted on large sheets of paper. The specialized equipment used to create these drawings included; drawing boards, different grades of pens and pencils, erasers, T-squares, set squares, compasses and tracing paper to name but just a few. One major disadvantage of an only paper-based … [Read more...] about Life before the invention of AutoCAD, 1950-1980
ISO3098B font style - An Engineering Drafting Standard. About SHX and SHP files File extensions SHX and SHP are both shapefile formats. These can be used to define text fonts or symbol fonts in AutoCAD. An SHX file contains a shape or font compiled by Autodesk AutoCAD from an .SHP shape file or .PFB font file. It stores shape definitions, as well as font definitions for … [Read more...] about ISO3098B.SHX Font for AutoCAD