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I recently replied to an AUGI posting from a user who was struggling with a test case for building a Type Catalog. Type Catalogs are great tools for families that need many types, each with new parameter values, such as … Continue reading
I’m often asked to outline definitive steps for a team to setup a new Revit project. If you review a typical Revit manual or handbook, the process seems pretty straight-forward: Start a New Project – Select a Template Setup Levels … Continue reading
There’s a whole lot of work that goes on for a complex design problem before a pen hits the sketchpad (or the cursor hits the screen, whichever is your process). For any project, no matter the scale or scope, there … Continue reading
One of the most common questions I’m asked by firms who are starting their transition from a 2D design and documentation process (CAD) to a 3D visualization and data-rich documentation process (Revit) is whether to train a project team on … Continue reading