Join Jim Cowan for an in-depth discussion in this video Reuse clash tests and search sets, part of Navisworks Advanced.
- [Instructor] I've got my clash test view created…and good to know that you could have as many different views…of the different parts of the model as you want.…We're just focusing on doing one.…Now what I want to do is to look for my…selection sets that I had before.…So import sets.…If I go to my standards here for search sets…for say, structural, if I bring that in.…
Here I've got structural with no floors or walls included.…I could see that under the find items,…if I go back to find items I can see what that was.…Category name, equal structural columns,…foundations or framing.…The other one was, and I'd be pointing to the…category name, structural columns, foundation or framing,…category floors and walls.…So I can name these according to what I want.…I want the one that says no floors/walls,…just these other structural members.…
Now I want to go and get my saved selections…for the MEP systems.…So if I go back up to search sets, MEP,…I've got my revert MEP search sets, I can bring them in.…And that's where I have things like pipes,…
- 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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