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Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 10:53:08 PM | BIM Blog

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I am not a newbie as I have been using Revit since RB5, but I did not know where else would be fitting to post a link to my blog.  I have been running this blog for about a year now and thought I should post my link on here in case anyone was interested. 

 

http://bimbytes.blogspot.com/


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Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 2:21:13 PM | BIM Blog

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Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 4:12:51 PM | BIM Blog

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Nice Grant, So it looks like you guys are using QTO and Timberline for Rebar take-offs? How is that working out so far... I have used Innovaya to MC2 in the past for concrete bids and it seemed to work pretty well, was just curious if QTO has advanced anymore in the past year.

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Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 4:34:51 PM | BIM Blog

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Surprisingly enough we actually are just using Revit for Rebar take-offs.  We schedule (Revit schedule) each piece of rebar in the project and lay out all the rebar in the project using the rebar sets.  My old firm started working with QTO and Timberline, but we have yet to get to that point here at my new firm.  From a colleague of mine (http://bimmanager.blogspot.com/2010/11/autodesk-quantity-takeoff-2011move.html) it sounds that even though QTO was not released until 7 months after the rest of the AutoDesk products were released that it has not changed much since last years issue.

 

Using Revit to do this seems to work fairly well, but just has some hiccups just because how rarely Revit has been used for shops and such in the past.


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Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 5:25:40 PM | BIM Blog

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I hear ya, I am yet to be impressed by QTO but at least they are on the right track. That is nice you guys are using the power of Revit schedules, I think they are often overlooked for what they are capable of. I really like Innovaya becuase it is able to quantify forms and labor, sad thing is I perfected the workflow right as my last company tanked Sad

 

if i ever get the time to blog about it i'll throw something up on www.clubrevit.com you can check out.

 


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