Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding spaces, part of Fire-Alarm Systems Design with Revit.
- It's good to know where you are.…Unlike AutoCAD, we can't see the actual room names…that the architect has added to their model.…It's on you to figure out which rooms are where.…Just because they're invisible to you…that doesn't mean we can't find them and tag them.…Once we do that, our space tags will update…if the architect changes a room name…the next time we sync with central,…reload the architectural model,…or open a new model.…To get started, let's jump into Revit.…For fire alarm floor plans,…let's go down to Level 1.…
What I want to do is zoom into this area here,…and I want to go to the Analyze tab.…In the Analyze tab, I want to select the space button.…I'm gonna click on this room right here,…and I'm gonna put a space in there.…Now what I want to do is I'm gonna zoom in…on this space and check it out.…Space 1, I doubt that's the name.…What I want to do is hover over right about here,…and notice that the space is gonna actually…physically light up.…I want to go ahead and select my space.…In the properties, I want to take a look at it.…
- Linking to architecture
- Creating views
- Adding wall and ceiling devices and control panels
- Placing a cable tray and conduit
- Adding circuitry
- Working with drawing sections
- Importing AutoCAD files
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structurewith Eric Wing1h 57m Intermediate
1. Project Setup
2. Incorporating Different Fire-Alarm Devices
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