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Revit MEP is a module in Revit streamlined for MEP trades and processes—putting the right tools right at your fingertips whether you're working on mechanical, electrical, or plumbing documents. This course teaches you how to set up your first project in Revit MEP, import structural and architectural detail from other models, and start designing your systems. Author Eric Wing breaks down the techniques specific to each trade—mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection. Learn everything from creating circuits to sizing ductwork, adding pipes, and modeling sprinklers. The final chapter provides an overview of Revit workflow details like creating schedules, working with dimensions, and printing sheets.
(MUSIC) Hi, I'm Eric Wing, and welcome Revit MEP 2014 Essential Training. Revit is broken down into three modules, Revit architecture, Revit structure, and last but far from least is Revit MEP. We will, of course, be covering MEP. The reason we use this specific version is the fact that, all the tools provided for you are specific to your trade and processes. This allows you to streamline your workflow and finally work with a program that works with you.
In this course, we'll look at how to get up and running and revit, then we'll break it down trait by trait. I'll start by showing you how to set up a project by scratch by using the linking functions to bring in architectural and structural backgrounds. Then, I'll show you how to use Revit for each of the main trades. We'll see how to create electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection drawings all within Revit MEP. We'll be covering all these features plus plenty of other tools and techniques. Now, let's get started with Revit MEP 2014 Essential Training.
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