For Revit beginners or advanced users who want to broaden their knowledge of creating Revit families, ENGINEERING.COM has just published Part-1 of my 10-part series on Creating Loadable Revit families.
Revit 2013 eBook update by Michael Anonuevo now available at www.littledetailscount.com.
Creating Custom Revit Architecture 2013 Families, A Practical Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Users
New eBook by Michael Anonuevo now available at www.littledetailscount.com
Creating Custom Revit Architecture 2012 Families, A Practical Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Users
“Little Details Count Too!” featured at AUGI AEC EDGE ezine Fall 2010 Issue. Contains tips and tricks in creating complex family shapes in Revit.
Revit Families_Using content created from Autodesk® Inventor® Professional 2011; modeling an electric guitar in Inventor
Creating complex family shapes in Revit Architecture 2011 Part-1; significant changes to the family editor tools; a few issues with render materials in Revit 2011; how to model a pool table.
Upcoming post in Creating Complex Family Shapes in Revit: Part-1; putting Revit Architecture 2011 to a modeling test; Preview of pool table set and accessories
Use groups instead of creating custom families. It’s faster, easier and more Revit friendly.
As a MEP consultant working on a Revit project, chances are the architect’s title block will be used by all disciplines. This title block is usually peppered with parameters from the architect’s shared parameters file, rendering them blank in the…