Joined: Mon, Mar 15, 2010
Greetings Fellow Revit Users!
My name is Caid and I am a Revit addict. I've used AutoCAD, Chief Architect, VectorWorks, and now Revit. I'll admit, Chief Architect gives me a high, but not like Revit. I hope to meet and rub shoulders with other Revit addicts.
As a side note, I just launched a new Revit content website called Revit Machines by ThatCADGuy.com. The site offers a somewhat unique catalog of Revit content, namely, construction- and industrial-equipment (like trucks, excavators, etc) that mostly resides in the Entourage category. So if you're looking for this kind of content, I invite you to give my site a try. And feedback is always welcome!
I look forward to getting to know you.ccwride
Revit Architecture 2013 - 20120221_2030(x64)
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Joined: Wed, Jun 15, 2011
ccwride- yeah chief architect is very good for residential.. i tried it for about three months 6 years ago when i was starting my career in residential design drafting.. but after that i found an even better residential program called vertex BD- that one is fully parametric.. i probably would have stayed with vertex but there was absolutely no training material for it at that time- and revit release 8 at least had a way to learn it.. of course i now know that revit is the only way to go.. if you are a CAD person i don't believe that stuff about knowing CAD keeps you from learning revit.. i would be happy to know anything about CAD or hand drafting or anything else..