You have a design of the roads next to your building. You want to model this in Revit, so you can reference it in your building section cuts. How can you do this? What are the simple ways to get a topography surface into your Revit model from AutoCAD 3d lines. Learn all of this in our tutorial. https://youtu.be/N1_0oXPG-44 … [Read more...] about Revit Tutorial – Import a Civil Road Design from AutoCAD to a Revit Topography Surface.
Are you trying to export DWG files of your views and sheets but cannot get them to be at the right 0,0,0, coordinate point? Let me share with you some tips and tricks to make this less painful in Revit. Internal Origin Point, Project Base Point and Survey Point. The three things in Revit which can define start points for coordinates. We will also have a brief look at how … [Read more...] about Revit Tutorial – Internal Origin Point and exporting DWGs to same coordinates for Views and Sheets.
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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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