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Space Awareness of Objects in Revit for COBie Classification

COBie datafiles are used to capture maintainable and operational assets for ongoing management and replacement processes during handover at various gateways in a construction project. When delivering COBie outputs from Autodesk Revit however, it should be noted that these elements should be selected and specified often as part of a clients Asset Information Requirements. It …

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Cutting Edge – Enhanced Cutting for Families in Revit 2023

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Revit 2023 has added some updated functionality around cutting of objects in Section views which allows control on whether specific objects can be seen as cut which previously were not available. There has been a change around allocation of ‘cuttable’ family types in Revit 2023 which can help specifically in section views where objects may …

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It’s Classified – Revit 2023 Classification Tools Update

There has been an update to the Revit 2023 Interoperability Classification Manager, now called the ‘Standardized Data’ tool. We will have a look at what has changed in this update. There has been a minor interface and function update to the Classification Manager, which now changes the function of the original two button tool. We …

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Revit – Minimise Ribbon Bar

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Did you know you can minimise the Ribbon bar in Revit? The Ribbon bar has 4 different settings, lets take a quick look. Settings Location The settings for minimising the Ribbon bar can be found after the last tab on the right: Clicking on the icon will cycle through the four options, alternatively you can …

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5 Steps to Import Your Revit Model Into Infraworks

Importing your Revit models into Infraworks is a simple process. Infraworks is a great application for imagining your site and creating initial designs and visuals which you can then export into more detailed software like Civil 3D where the heavy work can be done. If you already have a Revit model for your site or …

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How To Divide Open Plan Rooms In Revit

Do you have an open plan room with multiple uses such as Kitchen, Living, Dining rooms and want to designate each area separately? Well you can! In Revit, rooms are limited by room bounding elements such as walls, floors, roofs and ceilings. But if two areas are not separated by a wall, what can we …

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