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Fri, Dec 25, 2015 at 6:09:01 AM | Solidworks User Learning Revit

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Years ago when I first opened Solidworks 2003 I went through the included tutorials on the advice of a co-worker.  That took a good part of a day - after which I had a pretty good feel for the software and was able to do productive work at better than just a basic level.  For a while after that I would directed new graduate mechanical engineers to go through those tutorials; although nowadays most of them already seem to know how to use it well enough fresh out of school.  I think a significant reason for Solidwork's success has been those tutorials, which I have not seen the equivalent of for any other CAD package.  Probably most Solidworks users will know what I mean, and so for any of you that might be lurking around this forum here is my question:

Now I'd like to try using Revit as it is becoming pretty widely used at my work.  Does a set of hands-on tutorials for Revit Architecture exist similar to those provided for Solidworks? 

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Fri, Dec 25, 2015 at 3:07:03 PM | Solidworks User Learning Revit

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There a lots of sites for tutorials. Take a look at CadClips.com


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Fri, Dec 25, 2015 at 5:20:51 PM | coreed

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Quoting coreed from 2015-12-25 09:07:03

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There a lots of sites for tutorials. Take a look at CadClips.com

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Thanks for that suggestion. I looked at cadclips.com, but as the name implies it seems to be primarily video tutorials - which is not what I'm looking for.

I have found some books that (seem to) provide step-by-step tutorials a little like Solidworks (one is by Eric Kang).  The SW tutorials are in a Windows help file/html format, and they are designed in such a way that you can step through them very efficiently while working on the tutorial problems in SW (with links to further info as needed, etc.)

 

 


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