All tagged revit tips
How to place a detail bubble or a section bubble amongst text notes where the actual leader for the bubble is not desired.
The tips in this article contain everything you need to understand and master scope boxes.
Creating a great template in Revit is challenging. Where do you even start? With years or refinement and experimentations, we found the best standards and features to use.
Profiled metal sheet cladding is used in a lot of buildings, from residential homes to large industrial warehouses. In this tutorial learn how to properly draw metal sheet cladding in Revit.
What are the knock-on effects if Infrastructure adopts BIM properly and Buildings is still behind?
In this tutorial found on Evolve BIM's blog, you can learn how to use formulas with nested family type parameters.
Autodesk made the View Range feature seem complicated, but it is actually quite simple. For most users, only a couple of parameters need to be adjusted.
Creating your own custom Revit hatch patterns is actually quite easy if you follow the steps outlined in this blog post.
If you need to work with multiple users on the same Revit project, you have to activate the Central File feature. Make sure you know all the differences between Local and Central files.
Well – this will be a classic work in progress kind of post – let’s see how far we can get today… the challenge is – build a rectangular window for a curved wall and build a curved window for a straight wall.
In this blog post, Karl explains Revit design options with a real life example.
Learn about and download align, room finishing & time stamper plugins for Revit
So it’s true in Revit that our view tags (call outs, section tags etc.) will automatically update. But what if we want to reference views in text notes?
This Revit Architecture tutorial, shows you how to get started with Floor Elements.