I’m busy preparing for the Revit Technology Conference Australasia 2013 which is kicking off on Thursday in Auckland. If you haven’t booked yet it’s not too late…
If you’ve ever wondered how to highlight doors in a schedule if they don’t meet minimum clear opening requirements, or show a warning if they are used in a wall [...]
Wow, how time flies! It’s only just over two weeks away from the start of RTC Australasia.
If you haven’t registered yet, get in quick. If you register by 12pm on the 1st May you have the chance to take home a Dell M6700 17″ Mobile Workstation, as posted by Wesley earlier [...]
What approach does your firm take to managing doors? Earlier this year I spoke at RTC on this topic and the following is an extract from the session.
1. Out of the Box Doors
Hopefully most firms stopped using these years ago…
2. Pick & Mix [...]
I’ve posted more than enough news related blogs recently, so here is a long overdue tips and tricks post! This will only be of use to those in the Australian market, as it is a family designed to be nested into your door families to check door approach clearance, demonstrating compliance with AS 1428.1.
During a recent discussion after my RTC (Australasia) class, I was asked how I dealt with the door opening to/from parameter. What was the best way to model doors with regard to opening direction and how do you ensure that your get the correct results on the door schedule?
During the discussion that followed, the [...]
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