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Alan Johnson

Creating a 3D section view of a level in Revit Structure or Revit Architecture

Creating a 3D section view of a level in Revit Structure or Revit Architecture
When we are creating a 3D model we can look at a 2D plan view of a level. This could be just to check what we have modelled or to show the client what we propose. Sometimes it’s hard to visualise the components that have been placed within the model, so we are going to look at how we can create a 3D view of a floor plan. In the main 3D view, right click on the View Cube, this is usually in the t...
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Creating a Repeating Detail in Revit Structure or Revit Architecture

Creating a Repeating Detail in Revit Structure or Revit Architecture
Detail components are line-based 2D elements that you can add to detail views or drafting views. Repeating Details Components are very useful when working on complex details. With the Repeating Detail tool, you sketch a path defined by 2 points, the path is then filled in with a pattern of detail components. You can create a repeating detail using any detail component and it is essentially an arra...
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Create a stepped wall foundation in Revit Structure

Create a stepped wall foundation in Revit Structure
When using the foundation tools in Revit Structures you can create a wall foundation, but there is no automatic tool to connect the foundations for a stepped wall, the following steps are one way for you to create a stepped wall foundation. First of all, you need a stepped wall, the wall type for now is not important. You could create this by editing the profile of the wall to create a stepped wa...
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Revit Structure to Robot Analysis Workflows for Structural Engineers

Revit Structure to Robot Analysis Workflows for Structural Engineers
Depending on the defining project requirements or particular workflows a structural engineering company works to, it may choose for example to start the design process from either a new or existing Revit documentation model or perhaps from an analytical model. The Autodesk BIM workflow supports both methodologies (and each has its benefits), but for the purpose of this blog post and to demonstrate...
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Project Collaboration for Revit Structure

Project Collaboration for Revit Structure
When architects, structural engineers, and mechanical engineers collaborate on a building project, they must share information about the design, so that all teams are working with the same assumptions. By coordinating efforts across disciplines, the teams avoid expensive errors and rework. Almost all structural drawings begin with an architectural layout. Revit Structure can link in this layout at...
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