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Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 3:13:41 PM | Introducing CAD and Revit Training from Digital-Tutors

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Digital-Tutors is excited to announce a new subject of training to the world’s largest CG, VFX and Digital Art training resource: CAD. Members can grow powerful CAD design skills with 14 beginner to advanced-level courses to push their creative limits and maintain the vision of their work, whether it’s in class or in the studio.

This week’s special release features a portfolio of Getting Started courses in Revit, Inventor, SolidWorks and Rhino, in addition to Intermediate and Advanced Courses in Revit and Rhino.

Start with a new in-depth Introduction to Revit 2014 and get familiar with the essential tools and features. Quickly get moving around in the powerful application and build a building from scratch while covering topics such as setting levels, placing elements and understanding the basic techniques in creating a roof system.

Watch a new tutorial on Getting Started in Inventor, where you’ll learn the layout of Inventor, basic sketch tools and how to turn your sketch into a 3D model you can use to prepare and create a basic 3D assembly.

Follow Getting Started in Solidworks and learn how this versatile tool is used in engineering design. You will begin with how to create and work with sketches, the most basic element of any design, and how they are used to create and control features, which lead to parts and later assemblies.

Learn the modeling techniques necessary for Creating a Toy Model for Rapid Prototyping in Rhino. From sketch to 3D model, you will use a background image and work through the process of making a surface CAD and a finished shelled model suitable for rapid prototyping.

 

Here’s what else is new this week:

Building a Parametric Tree in Revit

Building a Complex Polyhedron in Revit

Working with Sheets in Revit

Creating Title Blocks in Revit

Designing and Documenting a Building in Revit

Work Planes and Reference Planes in Revit

Creating Roofs in Revit Conceptual Massing in Revit

Site Design and Modeling in Revit Electronic Product Design in Rhino

 

Make sure to check out the new-training video above and start pushing your creative limits today!

Sign in or become a member and start learning.

Make sure to watch the September new-training video and see all of the latest releases.

Keep learning and growing your skills, join Digital-Tutors today and complete access to the Digital-Tutors training library. More great training comes your way next week.

Want to try Digital-Tutors training? Open a demo account and access select courses and lessons throughout the library for free. Let us know what training you'd like to see next, submit a training request.



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Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 3:21:57 PM | Introducing CAD and Revit Training from Digital-Tutors

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We typically prefer that advertisers work through the managers of this site if they just want to advertise.  Service providers like dgcad don't just advertise their products but they also post useful information.  In your very first post, you only promote yourself.  And if your post is indicative of your training, it lacks a lot.  In English, we use paragraphs to better communicate our thoughts to the reader.

 

I see you edited your post - that's much better.  Now at least contribute some useful knowledge.



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Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 7:43:22 PM | Introducing CAD and Revit Training from Digital-Tutors

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Hi WWHub,

 

Our apologizes if this wasn't the right place for this post.  We had reached out via the Contact Us page and haven't received a response yet.  Our intent wasn't to advertise but to share this new educational resource with RevitCity members.  We'll be sure not to post here again and look forward to hearing back from the RevitCity team on the best way to share new tutorials with RevitCity members.

 

We hope members will find these tutorials useful and, with a Digital-Tutors demo account, take advantage of the free Revit lessons offered.

 

Thank you for reaching out,

Digital-Tutors Staff



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