Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a 3D riser, part of Revit: Sprinkler Design.
- [Instructor] It sure would be cool…if we could put an isometric riser diagram…of our mechanical room onto a sheet.…Let's do that.…By duplicating our 3D view,…we can actually lock it into place…at a 30 degree angle.…Then, we can pop some notes on it…and drag it onto a sheet.…The first thing I'd like to do,…is jump into Revit,…go to our 3D drawing.…Let's go to mechanical sprinkler floor plan.…Let's go down to level one.…Let's zoom in on a mechanical room.…Let's make sure our thin lines is unchecked.…
Now, I wanna go to the view tab.…I'm gonna click the callout button.…I'm gonna pick a callout,…right around this room, right here.…Once my callout's in, I'm gonna select it,…and I'm gonna move my bubble up…and out of the way,…so that I can see it.…I'm gonna double click on the bubble,…and it's gonna open it up.…I can't change the scale,…so I think I know what that means.…We need to find out callout.…On our mechanical, HVAC, let's drill in,…let's drill into floor plans,…let's right click on level one, callout one,…let's apply template properties.…
- Linking to architecture
- Creating views
- Configuring routing preferences and systems
- Adding sprinklers, risers, and pipes
- Tagging pipes
- Adding schedules
- Importing AutoCAD files in Revit
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Project Setup
2. Routing Preferences and Systems
3. Laying Out Sprinklers and Pipes
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