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Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 4:24:16 AM | Precast Concrete Shop Drawings

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I am wondering if anyone has detailed precast concrete panels in Revit (i.e workshop detail drawings)?

We use revit 2010 for our design services here, and typically use AutoCAD for shop detailing (using many blocks and automation already setup from years ago..).. but over the last year or so i've been pondering if we could be doing workshop detail drawings within Revit.

I have no issue modelling the detail of the project, with joints, cast in plates and ferrules, grout tubes etc all modelled appropriately. but how would we go about creating the individual shop details.

The only thought i've had to date is to create individual drawing sheets and individual callout views for each panel (which would therefore mean a tree of sheets up to 200 long).. we would then have to dimension each panel and its' fittings on each and every sheet -perhaps this can be automated somehow? i have attached an example shop drawing for reference

would love to know others thoughts on how this could be done?



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Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 6:46:01 AM | Precast Concrete Shop Drawings

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Can you share project file in revit structure to me

Thanks I want It for study revit structure

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my email: duchoatla@gmail.com


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Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 12:43:39 PM | Precast Concrete Shop Drawings

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If nothing else you should offset your dimension lines from the drawing detail as it is hard to differentiate dimension lines & drawing lines.


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Fri, Apr 10, 2020 at 7:08:54 AM | Precast Concrete Shop Drawings

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Hello Sven,

we done some big precast project  have 2000 pieces. and we have brick and some other finish sanblast....we do it by revit 100% erection and shop ticket by revit. can you email or skype me. i willl show me some this. please contract me skype: Nguyenngoccanh19 and email Nguyenngoccanh19@gmail.com.

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