Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating tasks, part of Navisworks Essential Training.
…This simulation would be completely blank if we didn't assign any tasks.…Everything we do in the Timeliner is going to depend upon the tasks we put into it.…By assigning tasks, we can actually start to…virtually build our model from the ground level.…The objective of this video is to create a few new…tasks, assign a time frame to them, then select the task type.…With our structural model open and our existing to…remain configuration all set, let's go to the Tasks tab.…Let's click on Add Task.…
Let's scroll over till we get to the name.…Instead of new task, click into this window, let's call it Earth.…For Planned Start, click into this cell.…Let's start it on 2-9-2014.…Click into Planned End.…Let's end this on 5-10-2014.…That's my birthday.…The idea here is the start and the…end are going to span the entire sequence and timeline.…Keep this in mind when you have…an existing building that you're appending to.…
That existing building's going to want to go first, and it's going to want to have…a planned start and planned end…
- Appending and merging different file types
- Walking through your model
- Working with viewpoints
- Reviewing and marking up a model
- Manipulating and finding objects
- Adding links to objects
- Sorting and grouping
- Creating clash tests
- Adding a timeline with the Timeliner
- Creating material takeoffs
- Creating custom animations and scripts for an interactive movie
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. The Navisworks File System
2. Navigating in a Model
3. Working with Viewpoints
4. The Review Tab
5. Dealing with Objects
6. Sorting and Grouping
7. Clash Detection
8. The TimeLiner
10. Presenting, Animating, and Exporting
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