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Revit 2019's New Features Worth Knowing

I looked on the web at blog posts and for the "New Features in Revit 2019".  There are some good things mentioned, but I have found some other good things that were not.  (Yes I'm a little late getting this posted)

Some very simple improvements have been made to the basic graphic user interface, that are major work flow improvements.

Phased and Confused?This

Phased and Confused?

This is How to Successfully Use Phases In Revit

Revit has its own way of dealing with existing, demolition and new construction.  This concept is referred to as Phasing.  Learning to use t

Stop Using AutoCAD

Stop using AutoCAD.

AU2017 Influencer Event

It has been awhile since I have posted myself, so I am honored to be able to host another guest post for a fellow AutoCAD Influencer, Frank Mayfield. 

Here are some past guest posts:


What's The Deal With Revit Worksets Anyway?

A Revit Workset is as a named collection of elements, organized by their purpose within the Revit project file.  Worksets are only available in work-shared Revit project files (central files).

Worksets allow you to control various aspects of all the elements within the workset.
You can set a workset to be off by default.  This is good for special purpose elements, where you would have the workset visible only for specific views.  Keep this in mind when you are looking for something you can't see.

Replacing a text string across a directory

Since I have been working with my company, I have learned about LOADS of great tools.
For example, Beyond Compare, when keeping files synced across multiple environments (like development and production).

FormIt360 + Dynamo: A Win-Win for Designers!

Today I am delighted to host another guest post from Ryan Cameron! If you missed his popular tutorial article: "Revit + 3dsMax: Utilizing Render Techniques - A Winning Combination", I suggest you take a second to check it out. A great tutorial, with plenty of tips and tricks.


If you are in the New York City area looking for a great Revit class on Saturdays...

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