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At Quadraplus professionals will learn how to use Revit Architecture to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. Revit Architecture helps teams collaborate better on designing both interior and exterior elements while improving the time and cost-efficiency of the project as a whole.
At the completion of this course, learners will be able to
- Describe building information modeling methodology and its benefits.
- Use different parts of the Revit Architecture user interface and work with different types of architectural elements and families.
- Use the different views listed in the Project Browser, control the visibility and graphical
- Representation of objects in architecture model, and work with elevation, section, and 3D views.
- Set up a project and transfer standards between projects, add and modify levels in project model, create and modify grids.
- Work with architectural components such as Grids and Levels, Wall, Floors, Roofs & Ceiling Revit Model Family etc.,
- Work with documentation components such as text, tag, title block, Colour fill, Schedules etc.,
- Work with detail views, add 3D and 2D elements and detail components.
- Work with sheets and title blocks, print sheets, and export Revit architecture content to CAD formats.
- Import and export data between AutoCAD® and AutoCAD® Architecture and Revit® Structure projects.
- Link Revit models, coordinate and monitor changes in a current project and a linked project, and check and Fix interference conditions in Revit projects.
- Work with Conceptual Design Tools, Mass object and Adaptive Curtain Panel.
- Work with Revit Materials for Revit Projects and Families.
- Work with Revit Rendering tools with Autodesk 360 Cloud Rendering solution.
I. Building Information Modeling
- Lesson: Building Information Modeling for Architectural.
- Understanding Revit element hierarchy.
II. Revit Architecture Basics
- The Revit Architecture User Interface.
- The Ribbon framework.
- Guidelines for using the user interface.
- Using common modify tools.
III. Viewing the model
- About Views
- View Properties
- Guidelines for Working with Views
- About Controlling Object Visibility
- View Templates
- Using Filters
- Guidelines for Controlling Object Visibility
- About Elevation and Section Views
- Guidelines for Working with Elevation and Section Views
- About 3D Views
- Perspective view
- About Cameras
- Creating and Modifying Camera Views
- Axonometric view
IV. Starting a new project.
- About Projects
- Creating Project Templates
- Guidelines for Creating Project Template Files
- About Levels
- Adding and Modifying Levels
- Guidelines for Adding and Modifying Levels
- About Grids
- Methods of Creating and Modifying Grid Lines
- Guidelines for Creating and Modifying Grids
V. Walls and Curtain walls.
- Creating generic walls
- Sketching walls
- Hosting element in walls
- Modifying walls
- Editing walls
- Creating curtain walls
- Adding curtain grids, mullions and panel
- Modifying curtain walls
- Editing curtain walls structure
VI. Floors and Roofs
- About floor elements
- Process of adding a floor element
- Sketching floors
- Editing Floors
- About roofs
- Process of sketching roofs
- Roof modification and example
- About Ceiling elements
- Creating ceiling
- Editing ceiling
VII. Stairs and Railing
- About stairs and railing
- Process for creating a staircase by component
- Process for creating a staircase by sketch
- Creating the generic railing
VIII. Adding Families
- Adding families
- Loading families
- Placing families
- Editing families in project
IX. Rooms and Color fill plans
- Tagging spaces with room tags
- Room tags
- Room Boundaries
- Room separation line
- Generating color fill rooms plan
X. Creating Plan Annotation and Schedules
- About Temporary Dimensions
- About Permanent Dimensions
- About Spot Dimension Symbols
- Guidelines for Adding Dimensions
- Exercise: Add Dimensions and Spot Symbols
- About Text
- Setting Text Placement Parameters
- About Legends
- Guidelines for Creating Legends
- About Schedules
- Working with Schedules
- Guidelines for Working with Schedules
XI. Creating construction documentation
- About Sheets and Titleblocks
- About Revision Tracking
- Process of Creating Sheets by Using Customized
- Creating Revision Clouds
- Print settings
- Print setup setting
- Guidelines for printing sheets
- Setting for exporting content
- Process of exporting views to CAD formats
- Guidelines for exporting content to CAD
XII. Importing and Exporting Files
- About Importing Vector Data
- About Importing 3D Solids and Google SketchUp Files.
- Positioning and Scaling Options
- Importing Raster Data
- Guidelines for Importing and Using External Files
- About Exporting
- Guidelines for Exporting
XIII. Collaborative Project
- About Linked Projects
- Managing Shared Coordinates
- About Linked Locations. Acquiring and Reporting Shared Coordinates.
- Guidelines for Working with Linked Projects
- About Project Collaboration
- Guidelines for Monitoring and Coordinating Linked Projects
XIV. Conceptual Design
- About Massing
- Working with Massing
- Guidelines for Working with Massing.
- Mass Family
- In Place Mass
- Converting Massing Shapes to Building Components.
- Guidelines for Converting Massing Shapes to Building Components Grid and Snap
- Ortho and Polar Snapping
- Polar Snap
- Running Object Snaps
- Object Snap Tracking
XV. Creating Advanced Components
- About In-Place Families
- About Solids and Voids
- Creating 3D Geometry.
- Modifying In-Place Families
- Guidelines for Creating and Modifying In-Place Families
- About Families.
- About Component Families
- About the Family Editor.
- About Parametric Formulas
- Process of Creating Standard Component Families
- Guidelines for Creating Modifying Component Families
- About Nested Families.
- About Linked Parameters
- Guidelines for Creating Nested Families.
- About Component Groups
- Placing, Saving, and Converting Component Groups
- Duplicating and Editing Component Groups
- Guidelines for Working with Component Groups
XVI. Adaptive Components
- About adaptive component
- Creating Adaptive Curtain Panels
- Elements of Adaptive Panels
- About Pattern
- About Points
- Creating Form with Points and Lines
- About Adaptive Points
- Creating Adaptive component
- Loading Adaptive component to Mass Family and Project
XVII. Design and Analysis
- About Phases
- Guidelines for Creating and Using Phases
- About Design Options
- Properties of Design Options
- Working with Design Option Sets Guidelines for Using Design Options
- About Interference Checks
- Guidelines for Checking and Fixing Interference Conditions
- About Area Plan
- Creating Area Plan
XVIII. Working with Professionals
- About Topo surfaces
- Creating Topo surfaces
- Site Tools
- Creating Property Lines
- Site Components
- Guidelines for Working on a Site Design
XX. Advanced Rendering Techniques
- About Materials and Render Appearances
- Process of Using Material Styles
- Editing Render Appearances
- Guidelines for Using Material Styles
- About Non-building Components.
- About Lighting
- About Lights Group
- About Materials
- Editing Materials
- About Render Quality Settings
- Process of Specifying Settings for Rendering Interior Views
- Guidelines for Rendering Interior Views
- About Cloud Base Rendering
- Process of Rendering through Autodesk 360
XIX. Revit Architecture Worksharing
- Process of Project Sharing
- About Worksets
- About the Central File Moving the Central File
- Guidelines for Sharing Projects Using Worksets
- About Local Files
- About Editable Worksets
- Worksets Dialog Box
- Process of Removing Users from a Workset
- Using Local Files
- Guidelines for Using Local Files Remotely.
The first course I have taken at Quadra Plus Institute was AutoCAD 2D and 3D, as I liked it, I decided to take the Revit Architecture training as well. The trainer’s attitude was very impressive and he gave detailed explanations. He solved the queries with practical examples and through live projects in Revit Architecture.
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