Learn the basics of using Revit 2017 for architectural design. This course is designed for students who have no prior Revit experience and want to work in metric units (meters, millimeters, etc.). It is a beginner’s course that approaches Revit from the ground up. Fundamentals and good work habits are emphasized every step of the way. First, get comfortable with the Revit environment, and learn to set up a project and add the grids, levels, and dimensions that will anchor your design. Then author Paul F. Aubin helps you dive into modeling: adding walls, doors, and windows; creating and mirroring groups; linking to external assets and DWG files; and working with floors, roofs, and ceilings. Paul also shows advanced techniques for modeling stairs, complex walls, and partially obscured building elements, as well as adding rooms and solid geometry. Finally, discover how to annotate your drawings so all the components are clearly understood, and learn how to output sheets to DWF, PDF, or AutoCAD.
|Pembicara||: Paul F Aubin|
|Ukuran||: 2.74 GB|
ISI MATERI Introduction 2m 38s Welcome 1m 0s Using the exercise files 54s Preparing for a certification exam 44s 1. Core Concepts 15m 15s Introducing building information modeling (BIM) 3m 10s Working in one model with many views 4m 48s Understanding Revit element hierarchy 7m 17s 2. Getting Comfortable with the Revit Environment 1h 12m Comparing versions of Revit 2m 38s Using the Recent Files screen and application menu 3m 43s Using the ribbon and QAT 6m 27s Understanding context ribbons 3m 36s Using the Properties palette 7m 52s Using the Project Browser 7m 2s Moving and stacking palettes 5m 35s Using keyboard shortcuts in Revit 4m 19s Navigating views (zoom, pan, and rotate) 8m 52s Selecting objects 9m 20s Understanding selection toggles 5m 12s Accessing Revit options 7m 44s 3. Starting a Project 54m 51s Creating a new project from a template 9m 9s Accessing a multi-user projects using Workshare 4m 0s Creating and configuring a new project 8m 45s Adding levels 10m 39s Adding grids 7m 53s Refining a layout with temporary dimensions 6m 3s Adding columns 8m 22s 4. Modeling Basics 1h 12m Adding walls 8m 53s Wall properties and types 8m 43s Using snaps 5m 50s Locating walls 7m 9s Using the Modify tools 9m 2s Adding doors and windows 7m 41s Adding plumbing fixtures and other components 7m 22s Using Autodesk Seek 4m 21s Wall joins 3m 17s Using constraints 9m 55s 5. Links, Imports, and Groups 1h 11m Linking AutoCAD DWG files 8m 58s Creating topography from a DWG link 7m 11s Understanding CAD inserts 6m 56s Import tips 7m 29s Creating groups 7m 54s Mirroring groups to creat a layout 5m 23s Creating Revit links 6m 36s Rotating and aligning a Revit link 8m 35s Establishing shared coordinates 5m 53s Managing links 4m 14s Understanding file formats 2m 5s 6. Sketch-Based Modeling Components 56m 28s Creating floors 9m 9s Creating footprint roofs 8m 1s Working with ceilings 10m 11s Creating extrusion roofs 4m 51s Attaching walls to roofs 4m 51s Using the shape editing tools to create a flat roof 6m 13s Working with slope arrows 5m 58s Adding openings 7m 14s 7. Stairs 30m 23s Working with stairs 9m 26s Adding railings to stairs 3m 41s Working with component-based stairs 10m 12s Adding extensions to railings 7m 4s 8. Complex Walls 50m 43s Creating a custom basic wall type 11m 35s Understanding stacked walls 6m 53s Adding curtain walls 8m 55s Adding curtain grids, mullions, and panels 10m 49s Creating wall sweeps and reveals 6m 54s Model lines 5m 37s 9. Visibility and Graphic Controls 1h 21m Using object styles 6m 17s Working with visibility and graphic overrides 11m 10s Using view templates 9m 24s Hiding and isolating objects in a model 6m 48s Understanding view extents and crop regions 6m 59s Understanding view range 8m 38s Displaying objects above and below in plan views 10m 36s Using the Linework tool 5m 45s Using cutaway views 6m 41s Using graphical display options 9m 23s 10. Rooms 25m 40s Adding rooms 10m 0s Controlling room numbering 7m 3s Understanding room bounding elements 8m 37s 11. Schedules and Tags 39m 21s Understanding tags 10m 26s Adding schedule views 8m 6s Modifying schedule views 8m 24s Creating a key schedule 8m 27s Using images in schedules 3m 58s 12. Annotation and Details 58m 45s Adding text 7m 5s Adding dimensions 11m 10s Adding symbols 3m 56s Adding legend views 4m 39s Creating a detail callout 7m 58s Adding detail components 7m 49s Using arrays to parametrically duplicate objects 8m 8s Adding filled and masking regions 8m 0s 13. The Basics of Families 42m 45s Understanding families 2m 19s Creating a new family from a template 5m 21s Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints 8m 41s Adding solid geometry 7m 21s Cutting holes using void geometry 4m 45s Adding blends 5m 59s Completing the family 8m 19s 14. Sheets, Plotting & Publishing 40m 33s Working with sheets 10m 14s Working with placeholder sheets 6m 59s Aligning views with a guide grid 5m 35s Exporting to AutoCAD 7m 57s Plotting and creating a PDF 9m 48s Conclusion 39s Next steps 39s