Revit MEP Essentials: Family Creation Workflows

Revit is widely used by the MEP system engineering firms around the world as well as the majority of the construction firms for clash coordination. In this Revit course, you'll learn about family creation workflows. Software required: Revit 2017.
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Revit is widely used by the MEP system engineering firms around the world as well as the majority of the construction firms for clash coordination. In this Revit course, you'll learn about family creation workflows. Software required: Revit 2017.
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Revit is widely used by most of the MEP system engineering firms around the world as well as the majority of the construction firms for clash coordination. In this course, Revit MEP Essentials: Family Creation Workflows, you'll learn how to better manipulate the out-of-the-box items to better suite your needs. First, you'll explore the basic fundamentals of family creation environment. Next, you'll discover how to apply formulas to drive your family sizes. Finally, you'll learn how to create the parameters for schedules. By the end of this course, you'll have a great grasp of how to navigate and create your own content for your projects. Software required: Revit 2017.
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Revit is widely used by most of the MEP system engineering firms around the world as well as the majority of the construction firms for clash coordination. In this course, Revit MEP Essentials: Family Creation Workflows, you'll learn how to better manipulate the out-of-the-box items to better suite your needs. First, you'll explore the basic fundamentals of family creation environment. Next, you'll discover how to apply formulas to drive your family sizes. Finally, you'll learn how to create the parameters for schedules. By the end of this course, you'll have a great grasp of how to navigate and create your own content for your projects. Software required: Revit 2017.
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Level
Intermediate
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Duration
2h 48m
Updated
15 Nov 2016
Course authors

I have been doing Revit MEP projects since 2006. I have been beta testing the Revit and Navis platform with Autodesk since 2011. In Beta testing had a chance to go back to Autodesk and with with the developers on how real world applications of the program should work.

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