Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Walking through your model, part of Navisworks Essential Training.
…It seems fitting that the first actual navigation we should do is, walking.…This is the navigation command you'll probably use the most.…What's awesome about Navisworks is the ability to walk through your model.…Sure, other programs give you this flexibility.…But Navisworks does it in a manner that does…not bog your computer down as you are doing it.…So to get started, let's open the file, NavisworksEssential.nwd or of course, you…can use your own model if you want to walk through and follow along.…I'm going to click the open button, and…I'm going to browse to where I keep my models.…
I'm going to go to the Navisworks folder.…And for my files of type, I'm…going to make sure that I have Navisworks.nwd selected.…They may look the same in your directory.…But you'll see that there's three different file extensions.…I'm going to select Navisworksessentials.nwd, and…I'm going to open it up.…First, I'm going to do is come over to my navigation bar.…The button we're looking for is two little feet.…That's the walk button.…
- 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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