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Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 9:28:33 PM | Diving into Revit in Sarasota FL

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After being an AutoCAD user since... Release 12 back in high school, making the jump to Revit has been baffling, annoying, frustrating, and a huge amount of fun!  I'm an intern architect, and before starting at this new firm about 2 months ago had never even run a Revit tutorial.  A few of my new co-workers are users of this site and directed me here, and I've been lurking to soak up what I can when I run into snags... its been a real crash course!

I've yet to dig into serious detailing, but the modeling, rendering capabilites, and parametric functions I've been digging into so far are really impressive!  SO much better than ADT...  I'm also looking forward to getting some consultants onboard to really see how effecient our design team can get with the BIM way of life.

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Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 9:32:29 PM | Diving into Revit in Sarasota FL

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Welcome to Revit World, put here your questions and doubts and anyone will help you.... I start with CAD with Version 9 so in the final of 80 so.... No problem at all, you ask and we awnser....

 


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Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 10:59:23 AM | Diving into Revit in Sarasota FL

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Hi and Welcome!!!!

Yep- most people always talk about the modelling side of Revit but it handles 2D detailing VERY WELL also.

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