Autodesk® Revit® converts each Archicad object into a separate in-place family. This means they cannot be selected as a group and replaced. e.g. you can’t use “Select All Instances”. So finding and replacing each one becomes time consuming. This utility will match and select all of the in-place family instances in the model on any level and replace with a selected Revit family...
As the BIM manager for an architectural firm specializing in residential, commercial, retail, and hospitality, I am always looking for new ways to present our designs to clients as well as to have ways to better interact and visualize our designs.
There are various rendering and visualization tools that have the ability to add accurate materials, light, and entourage to create a realistic sense of the final architectural product. Some of these tools are complex and some not, but all of them have something in common: it takes a certain amount of time for the completion of the rendered view or animation. If more changes are made to update the original scene, there is often additionally waiting involved to get the updated result.
For those of you working in Autodesk® Revit® who want to be able to realize your visualizations in an effortless environment without compromising on speed, quality, and, accuracy, meet Fuzor, a high-quality, real-time rendering application that integrates seamlessly with Revit.
As I work with electrical engineers who are migrating to Revit, a common question that I get is “How do I create one-line diagrams in Revit”. One-line diagrams, also called single-line diagrams, are an important part of electrical drawings for construction documents, so it is a subject that needs to be addressed. They are a simplified method of representing a 3-phase power system that shows distribution boards, switchboards, transformers, panels, breakers, etc., with lines illustrating the connectivity of the components of the distribution system. The diagram is not just for physical construction of the building’s electrical system, but developed by the electrical engineer during early stages of design...
How does BIM work, like really work, in the real world?
There are a proliferation of diagrams with arrows and graphics invariably arranged in a circle, or as a seamless flow.
But none of these are explanations of how BIM actually works, they are blueprints of how the authors think BIM should work. It is an attempt to promote the myth that "BIM is about process, not technology", so that you will use the standard, guide, paid advice or academic career being pushed.
BIM does involve some new and different processes, but try doing it without technology. It would go from being a highly efficient process to one that involves an enormous amount of work and time that is error prone and tedious. Basically the benefits would evaporate...
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