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Revit Advanced Course – Tutorials to Learn Revit Fast

By Kyle Sinko Categories: Revit
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After completion of the Beginner and Intermediate Revit Course, you’re ready to master the industry’s leading 3D software, Revit.

Let’s face it. Learning software is often complicated and difficult. Doing it by yourself makes it even harder! It doesn’t need to be that way. In this course, you will be learning from a Master of Architecture student who has practical Revit experience across four architectural firms (which all use Revit as the primary design and documentation tool). You will be able to follow along to learn the skills and confidence you need to use the software efficiently in a professional setting.

You can spend months learning Revit by yourself, and not necessarily learning it the right way. In Kyle’s 20-hour course, you can fast-track that journey to gain the skills to design and model in Revit at a professional level.

Most online Revit tutorials or courses are boring, slow going and demonstrate incorrect practices. If you’ve watched Kyle’s videos before, you’d know that these Revit tutorials are fun, fast and easy to follow.

 

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What Will You Learn?

  • You'll upgrade your skills to design and model confidently in Revit.
  • You'll improve your overall skills and knowledge of 3D modelling, architecture and design.
  • You'll master project organisation, annotation and stylisation in Revit to have complete control over your drawings and project.
  • You'll learn how to use sheets and create custom titleblocks.
  • You'll learn how to print/plot your drawings in Revit
  • You'll learn how to use project parameters to organise your project browser and sheets.
  • You'll master using tags and labels to utilise the "Information" in the model (BIM: Building INFORMATION Modelling).
  • You'll learn how to use both project and shared parameters.
  • You'll learn how to dimension in Revit with the best practices.
  • You'll learn how to use both category and keynote tags and schedule them on your drawings.
  • You'll learn how to use legend components to isolate elements in your model to dimension.
  • You'll learn how to create an isolated 3D view of an element and dimension 3D views,
  • You'll learn how to create visual hatch/finish legend.
  • You'll create a view and sheet list, room/area schedule and basic door and window schedule.
  • Then, you'll learn how to create a custom, smart and visually pleasing door and window schedule that incorporates tags, labels, project parameters and shared parameters.
  • You'll learn how to manipulate phasing to isolate elements in a pre-existing phase.
  • You'll create new views such as internal elevations, a "part" detail plan and axonometric section.
  • You'll master view templates to keep your views consistent and graphically stylised.
  • You'll learn how to edit system families.
  • You'll learn how to create intelligent details in Revit using detail and repeating detail components, smart tags, modelling detail elements, adjusting and adding linework and profiles, adding insulation and timber elements.
  • You'll learn how to use view filters to adjust the graphics of a view.

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Part 1 – Project Organisation
Placing views on sheets, loading and editing a titleblock, printing/plotting in Revit, neatening the project and adding a project parameter that will help organise your sheets in the project browser.

Part 2 – Annotation
Creating grids, elevation and section markers, rooms and an introduction to using and editing tags. Using project parameters and labels to create a custom room tag. Dimensioning in Revit and the best practices.

Part 3 – Category Tags
Understand the importance of tags by placing door and window numbers.

Part 4 – Keynote Tags
Understand keynote tags, set up a keynote file and link it to your project, add items to the keynote schedule, tag items in your project with keynote tags, add keynote legend to all your sheets.

Part 5 – Legends
Understand what legends are and their uses, create legend components, dimension legend components, create an isolated 3D view of an element, dimension in 3D views and create a visual hatch/finish legend. Includes a more detailed breakdown of how tags work.

Part 6 – Schedules
Learn how schedules work and what their possibilities are. Create a view and sheet list, create a room/area schedule, create a door/window schedule. Then, learn how to create a custom, smart, visually pleasing door and window schedule that incorporates tags, labels, project parameters, shared parameters. Learn how to manipulate phasing to isolate elements in a pre-existing phase.

Part 7 – Extra Views
Create new views such as internal elevations, a "part" detail plan, axonometric section. Also, learn how to use View Templates to keep your views consistent and graphically stylised.

Part 8 – Graphic Stylisation
Manipulate view range, adjust markers, change graphic override settings, add an underlay/overlay, adjust linework, edit system families and add custom spot elevations.

Part 9 – Smart Detailing
Learn how to create intelligent details in Revit using detail and repeating detail components, smart tags, modelling detail elements, adjusting and adding linework and profiles, adding insulation and timber elements and finally learn how to use view filters to adjust the graphics of a view.

Bonus Tips
20 bonus tips and tricks I wish I knew when I first started using Revit

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TT
7 days ago
Great course