How to Keep Your Job Using Revit – Less is More

Carol Dunn

Architecture and Engineering, All, Keep Your Job, Model, Revit, Views, Dynamo, Families Leave a comment

eVolve 2.0 - Deep Dive into System Conduit

Mike Massey

All, Construction, Conduit, Electrical, eVolve, fabrication, Families, revit mep, System, System families 3 Comments

One of the biggest new features in eVolve 2.0 is the addition of System Families.  With eVolve 2.0 users will be able to create level 400 models with the quickness and ease of modeling with System…

eVolve 2.0 - New Families

Mike Massey

All, Construction, Conduit, Electrical, eVolve, Families Leave a comment

eVolve 2.0 has over 87 new or modified families.  This is the largest increase in content since the product was first created.  Most of the new content was added because of customers’ requests.  I…

AT-AT in Revit

Rick Buckman

Architecture and Engineering, All, AT AT, Revit, RFA, Rogue One, Construction, Families, Model Star Wars, Star Wars Leave a comment

So with the latest Star Wars movie coming out soon I was inspired to toy with the idea of modeling a full scale Revit family of the AT AT. Originally it was shown in the Empire Strikes Back. This was…

Create Family clearances that will can be controlled in Navis and Revit

Rick Buckman

All, ASTI, Revit, Coordination, eVolve, fabrication, Families, Navisworks Leave a comment

Create Family clearances that will can be controlled in Navis and Revit

Flex and Conduit Part 2 Flex connector family

Rick Buckman

Architecture and Engineering, All, Revit Flex Conduit, Revit Groups, Revit Sealtite, Save, Construction, Families, Revit electrical, revit mep, System Leave a comment

In part 1 we discussed the connector. Now in part 2 we will show how to make flex combined with the fittings you want and how to see it in material counts. The method we will use will combine a…

How to Mess Up a Revit Family REALLY Fast

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, Revit, troubleshooting, Construction, Families Leave a comment

Sometimes you discover something and your first reaction is a bit of embarrassment because you didn't already know it, followed by amazement that nobody else has ever mentioned it to you before,…

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