If you’ve ever dabbled with the Revit API or wondered about giving it a go, then you should check out Harry’s blog over at Boost Your BIM. He is very experienced, having worked as a developer on the Revit API team, so if you’re after tips straight from the horse’s mouth (so to speak!) [...]
At Peddle Thorp we have a couple of legacy tags that we use as symbols for spot elevations. The one at the top (without the filled corner) is to indicate the level of an area, and the one to the right (with the filled corner) is to indicate the level at a given point. All good [...]
One of the highlights of the 2013 release of Revit has to be the improvements to the View Templates. Yes, sure some of the other improvements, such as stairs, are truly useful, but from a BIM Manager’s perspective View Templates (now that they work properly) give you so much control.
When combined with [...]
Managing families in Revit is an ongoing task, whether updating folders full of existing families to make them smarter, creating new families, or sanitising and adapting downloaded content to make it comply with your requirements. There are several tools available to help you with this job, but it’s not as straight forward as you may [...]
The first update for Revit 2013 is now available. Remember to install the correct update for your product; for the seperate flavours (e.g. Architecture) go to the product’s specific support page:
Or if you use Revit as part of a suite, go to the Design & Creation [...]
So, why another Revit blog, I hear you ask? Well it was inevitable, if it wasn’t me it would’ve been someone else! So after putting it off for more than a year I thought I’d better get on with it.
I don’t plan on posting several times a day, or linking to the great content [...]
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