Performing an interference check


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Performing an interference check

Not only Revit does allow us to link two Revit projects together to help us coordinate our efforts with other members of our team, but it actually provides a coordination review tool that we can use to look for interferences between the geometry in the two models. So in this movie I'm going to do a coordination review between our model and the MEP model that we linked in the previous movie. So, here I am in a file called Coordination Review, and I'm in a section view at the moment, and our linked model is right here, this blue element right there. And that's the duct work that our MEP engineer has added to project.

So, what I want to do is see if that duct work is interfering with any of the architectural or structural geometry that I might have in my model. So I'm going to go over to my Collaborate tab. Now I should mention that if you're using Revit LT, the Collaborate tab is not available. So you won't be able to perform this interference check directly within Revit LT. But...

Performing an interference check
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Performing an interference check provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Up and Running with Revit

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