BIM software Autodesk Revit has long been used by professionals and beginners alike. AEC professionals around the world prefer Revit to design software. When you are first learning Autodesk Revit, things can seem quite daunting.
It takes years to become proficient with Revit, despite having a simple user interface and easy-to-learn commands and tools. You can ease your transition into Revit by learning these 8 useful tips for beginners.
Always Start with Small Scale Pilot Project
The learning curve for Autodesk Revit is steep for someone who is used to BIM software but trying to transition to Autodesk Revit or is new to BIM design. Start with basic tools rather than advanced ones. Consider starting small and expanding gradually instead.
Creating pilot projects will help you improve your success rates and handle problems and failures. Try your models out and keep tweaking until they seem to work. As you learn about BIM, nurture your projects and develop a standard template that will help you learn.
Once you have become familiar with the basic features and have begun utilizing your pilot templates, you can begin using advanced features and tools, including:
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