Learn the role footings play in keeping foundations from settling and how to size them properly for soil conditions.
This Revit tutorial is based on how to generate adaptive component for Jhali Wall in Revit. Adaptive component is ideal to produce Jhali wall as the size of component can be easily modified according to your choice. There exist 3 templates for developing adaptive components but in this Revit tutorial, specific curtain panel pattern is utilized to produce Jhali wall.
Open the curtain panel pattern based template to view grid system that is truly tile pattern, reference lines (in green color) and points which refer to adaptive points. Adaptive points contain numbers on them. These adaptive points, grid system and reference lines are modifiable.
Jhali Wall is created with AutoCAD and the CAD drawing for Jhali Wall is imported to Revit.
This autocad tutorial belongs to the 3rd dimension series of AutoCAD IQ webinar. The tutorial is presented by Victoria Studley, Autodesk Technical Support Specialist and Martin Stewart, Autodesk Technical Support Specialist and Nauman Mysorwala, Autodesk Expert Elite.
The video will briefly explain how to turn on the lights in AutoCAD 2017 as well as default lighting, Sun, Sky, & Locations settings, user-defined lights, distant light, point lights & spot lights, web lights, luminary assemblies, Wrap-Up, Q & A etc.
AutoCAD contains two diverse lighting methods – standard and photometric. The absolute size of the models is affected if photometric lights are used. Photometric lights are much more pragmatic as they apply real-world intensity values.
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Go through the following video tutorial to have a sneak peek of the most updated version of Revizto i.e. Revizto 4.0. Now the three individual platforms of the software are integrated into one. Revizto 4.0 offers huge benefits to BIM users.
Revizto can be used to generate accessible 3D environments out of BIM and CAD models and at the same time maintain any and all object data together with those complicated MEP systems through its proprietary software that is founded on gaming technology. Besides, it can retain visualizations lightweight.
Revizto 4.0 is compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads and Android tablets. Revizto 4.0 coms up with a slew of following new features.
Lightweight Visualization and easy to use Platforms.
In Revizto 4.0, there will be no individual Revizto Viewer and Editor platforms. The latest version integrates Viewer’s and Editor’s functionalities into a solo platform below the umbrella moniker of Revizto Viewer.
The users will be able to apply Editor inside the Viewer platform. Now it becomes simpler export project data and schedule future exports, which are utilized to allocate BIM data with the entire team members.
2D Support for Building Operations: Revizto 4.0 offers complete support for 2D PDF documents together with version control and mark-up capabilities. The users can mark up sheets in a shared platform.
If the users are engaged to work in a 3D model or 2D documents, they will be able to work together with others through Revizto 4.0’s smart issue-tracking functionality. With this feature, the users can operate a building’s entire lifecycle easily and it will be fruitful for later stages of BIM design.
The project information will be available as a navigable 3D environment or as a 2D sheet on a smoothly accessible collective web-based platform. Revizto facilitates easy collaboration for all the project stakeholders and presents an in-built tool for the owners and facility managers in the building operations stage.
Other important features :-
• Compatible with Oculus 1.3, a virtual reality platform that transforms gaming-style visualizations to reality.
• Well matched with touchscreens that allows models to be navigated smoothly.
To get more updates, visit the Revizto website (revizto.com/en/).
This Revit tutorial briefly explains how to apply Revit 2017 together with Dynamo for building a piled wall system. This method will be useful for contig or secant piled wall systems.
Dynamo refers to a visual programming language extension within Revit softwar. Dynamo extension can automate tedious manual Revit tasks. With Dynamo, the users can efficiently manoeuvre data, sculpt geometry, delve into design options, automate processes, and generate links amid numerous applications. Dynamo is free and supports Revit 2015, 2016, and 2017.
While developing Piled wall systems inside Revit, it requires to generate a structural wall and next 2D detail in plan to represent a piled wall system or usually set each male and female pile as well as apply the array or copy commands.
But the process becomes tedious when curves and turns are conflicted inside the path. Dynamo can easily resolve this issue and be applied for sheet piling along with secant and contiguous systems.
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Autodesk has made up-gradation to the limited steel connection extension feature available in Revit 2017 which was very rigid and did not include many connection types to a complete API-driven user interface designed entitled Connections.
The new Connection tool facilitates the users to view detailed structural connector geometry as well as rectify supplementary parameters in the Revit modeling environment.
The Revit users can apply Revit exporters add-on for Revit to save any model in such a format so that it can be read directly in Lumion. Once it is installed, it can be accessed in Revit’s default (3D) view through Add-ins tab -> Export To Lumion
This Revit add-in doesn’t support Autodesk Revit LT versions.
It becomes difficult to seamlessly transmit the materials of your Revit model into Lumion through a normal FBX export.
This Revit add-in is considered as a perfect tool inside your Revit program to bring your Revit model into Lumion. The plugin can easily export any 3d view according to your choice as a collada file that can be imported into Lumion.