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Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 2:49:44 PM | Best way to learn Revit

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I was woundering if anybody had an idea on what the most efficient way would be to learn Revit Structure. I have been asked by the company I work for to learn Revit asap. I have been looking at training courses, instruction manuals (books) and cadclips on the net. Cadclips looks good but I dont know if it would be as complete as a personal training course.

Any suggestions?

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Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 2:52:45 PM | Best way to learn Revit

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The way i started RST was to just find a project that had already been done in CAD or something and they just jump into Revit and play around and put columns, beams, footings, etc and try to match the existing project.  There is alot less to RST than there is to RAC.

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Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 7:44:48 PM | Best way to learn Revit

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This is for everyones information. The company I work for has decided to purchase the cadclips revit package from cadclips.com. I think it has been the most usefull learning tool I ever worked with. I could have probably managed to learn without it but it would have taken so much more time. So my advise is that if you or the company you work for is willing to pay for the videos, do not hesitate. And for those who might think this is a sales pithch, I am in no way associated or have anything to do with cadclips.com.

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Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 8:01:56 PM | Best way to learn Revit

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The way I did it, is by taking a Revit Essentials course then I  purchased the "Mastering Revit Structure 2009" book

by Thomas Weir (Author), Jamie D. Richardson (Author), David J. Harrington (Author), Eric Wing (Author)

http://www.amazon.ca/Mastering-Revit-Structure-2009-Thomas/dp/0470384409

Great book and very easy to understand. They have done a great job on covering most of the day to day uses of Revit. The key thing is to take a Revit essentials course first so you learn and understand how Revit Works, without it, it could be a little more difficult to understand the Book. I hope this helps!


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Mon, May 4, 2009 at 5:28:18 AM | Best way to learn Revit

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Cadclips is a good choice to learn Revit as a beginner. Also refer tips & tricks from other websites as available and..... keep visiting Revitcity.


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