Join Jim Cowan for an in-depth discussion in this video Grid plan view, part of Navisworks Advanced.
- [Instructor] This is to show how I'm going to create…some AutoCAD DWG files representing the grids…that are used in the project.…The reason for doing this is that it helps me…identify the location of clashes.…It makes the communication a lot clearer…between other members of the team…if I actually have a physical, if you like,…if I actually have a grid in my project,…and that's in addition to the fact that…inside Navisworks, you can turn on a display of grids,…but this gives me some options for limiting things…like the size of a section box that you'll see later.…
So what I want to do is I'm in the project,…this is the architectural project for the school.…I would select on the grids.…I would say with the temporary hide or isolate,…isolate that category so that what I'm doing is…just looking at the grids that are in this Revit file.…I'm going to change the scale a little bit.…This is only because I can make the grid bubbles bigger…for this when I bring it into my project.…So I can say make that say a 16th of an inch,…
- Navigating the Navisworks user interface
- Creating Navisworks files
- Revit view templates
- Creating and reusing search sets
- Scene animation using search sets
- Exporting a viewpoint animation and a render animation
- Using grid plan views
- Appending and creating a clash view
- Updating the clash test
- Visualizing clashes
Skill Level Advanced
1. Introduction to Navisworks Manage
2. Options: Setting Up for a Project
3. Creating Navisworks Files
Grid plan view5m 24s
4. Search Sets
5. Clash Detective
Next steps1m 29s
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