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Navisworks spans the design and the construction worlds. This course is designed for residents of both: construction personnel, architects, and engineers who are looking to integrate design with the as-built world. Learn how to use Navisworks Manage and Navisworks Simulate to gain control and get a holistic view of your projects. Eric Wing shows how to manage models, clash the models for interference, and virtually construct a building using a construction timeline. He also shows how to create material takeoffs and conduct live, interactive walk-throughs with clients and contractors. On the surface, Navisworks might look like just a file viewer, but with this course, you'll learn things about its analysis and simulation tools that would be either impossible or impossibly expensive any other way.
Hello, and welcome to Navisworks Essential Training. I'm Eric Wing. On the surface, Navisworks is basically a visual navigation tool that can host a multitude of different file types, once you get under the hood, however, you will quickly discover that Navisworks is certainly much more than just that. In this course we'll look at how to manage models? How to clash these models for interference? How to virtually build a building using a construction timeline? How to do material takeoffs and create live, interactive simulations as we walk through a building? I'll start by showing you how to build a Navisworks model by bringing in an array of different files by directly opening these files in their native format.
Or by appending them to an overall model. We'll see how to manage and manipulate these models as we learn all the tools that Navisworks has to offer. We'll be covering all these features, plus plenty of other tools and techniques. So, whatever the reason you need to use Navisworks, this course will guide you along the path of success with the program. Now, let's get started with Navisworks Essential Training.
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