Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a revision schedule, part of BIM Manager: Managing Revit.
- [Instructor] This is something I wish…we didn't need, but we do.…The dreaded revision schedule.…This is going to be an odd one so let's just give it a run.…What I'd like to do is jump into Revit.…Under Families, let's go to Open.…Now I'm going to find that border we were working on.…Of course you can open any border you want.…Now, this is the area I'm concerned with here.…I've got some spaces allocated for revisions,…but there's nothing in them yet.…What we need to do is go to the View tab…and let's click on Revision Schedule.…
Now in the Revision Properties,…the first thing I want to do…is I want to select Revision Date.…I just want to click the up arrow button right here.…Now there's more in here that I want,…but if we go over to Sorting/Grouping,…we'll see that it's sorted on Revision Sequence.…If we go over to Formatting,…we'll see that Revision Sequence is selected…but it's shown as a hidden field…which means that we won't be able to see it…when we drag it onto our sheet.…Now let's go to our Appearance tab.…
- Setting up the Revit folder structure
- Creating a revision schedule
- Adding a symbol list
- Creating shared parameters
- Configuring your text
- Creating line types, weights, and patterns
- Configuring the underlay settings
- Creating custom grids
- Viewing templates
- Importing CAD details
Skill Level Intermediate
AutoCAD Customization for CAD Managerswith Josh Modglin2h 6m Intermediate
1. Company-Wide Workflow
2. Global Template Content
3. File Sharing
4. Master Details
Importing CAD details3m 22s
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