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Think Outside the Beam by: eldados

A tutorial showing how you can use the beam system to do other things, like louvers in an irregular shapes

Experience Level: intermediate

2006-06-22 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Furniture Plan Regions Video by: dgcad

1.75 minute video tutorial on using Plan Regions
to solve Furniture display problems in Reflected Ceiling Plans.

This clarifies a problem seen fairly often. It also
independently explains the Plan Region tool quite well.

Experience Level: novice

2006-02-23 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Shared parameters in Title Blocks by: eldados

This tutorial will show you how to add new shared parameters to your title block, load into your project and make them editable.

Experience Level: intermediate

2006-01-30 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Complex Slabs and Paths by: eldados

Revit is not there yet when it comes to modelling complex slabs with falls in different directions, or footpaths on a steep and varied site, this tutorial tries to fill the gap.

Experience Level: intermediate

2005-11-18 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Trimming Walls to the Underside of Stairs Using Vo by: Mr Spot

The problem, a curved stair case with a wall underneath.

Experience Level: intermediate

2005-01-27 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

A First Look at Layers with Photoshop by: skisouth

With all the great teaser photos being issued by the factory hinting at Revit 7.0 capabilities, I thought I?d show how to make the images ?more sketchy?

Experience Level: intermediate

2005-01-21 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Achieving ?Looks? with Blends in Photoshop by: skisouth

As cool as this is, your boss wants a sketchy look- perhaps more pen and ink or pencil. ? Just do something. So it?s off to our trusty Photoshop to knock out a quick image.

Experience Level: intermediate

2005-01-21 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

How to grow your family: Making use of models crea by: maxlloyd

With the family content fairly light in revit, it seems to me that a good source of pre-modelled objects is that of 3D studio and AutoCAD. There are an abundance of well drawn, readily available objects that can be used in revit as a quick fix for that awkward to model, time consuming family. The only real downside can be that they can be heavy in file size (depends on the complexity of the original) and they lack the parametric qualities that makes a true, well constructed revit family so flexible...

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-10-12 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

How to Make a Sloping Rounded Roof by: Mr GG

A rounded roof sloping to one of the gables. In Revit there are two ways to accomplish this. Use a roof by extrusion in combination with voids, or an in-place roof family. This tutorial explores the latter method.

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-09-27 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Arrayed & Nested Families by: Mr Spot

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-08-18 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Do it Yourself with RPC Creator by: Mr GG

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-08-08 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Finding the Origin by: Mr GG

Experience Level: novice

2004-06-13 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Sculptured Walls by: Mr GG

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-06-12 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

Family Pen Weights - A Simple Tutorial by: skisouth

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-04-21 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

A Quick Tutorial on Pen Weights by: skisouth

Experience Level: intermediate

2004-04-21 | Autodesk Revit Building 9.1

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