Learn how to create highly accurate 3D and 2D quantity takeoffs using the Navisworks Quantification dialog and built-in and custom catalogs.
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Learn how to use Navisworks Manage and Navisworks Simulate to gain control and get a holistic view of your building projects. Create virtual builds and walk-throughs of your models and anticipate outcomes before you begin.
Improve your Revit workflow with Revit families. Learn how to model reusable features such as chair rails and baseboards, doors, cabinets, and shelving with Revit architectural families.
Improve your Revit MEP workflow with Revit families. Learn how to model electrical panels and junction boxes, recessed and track lighting, HVAC systems with ducting and air terminals, and pipe systems with Revit families.
Learn how to create custom structural families in Revit 2016.
Add 3D life to 2D drawings; learn to render your designs with AutoCAD.
Architects: learn to design sprinkler piping and systems in Revit.
Learn how to design fire-alarm systems in these Revit tutorials.
Learn to design sprinkler and fire-alarm systems with AutoCAD.
Learn to build curtain walls ranging from simple, preconfigured options to custom and free-form curtain walls with Revit.
Learn to build roofs with Revit: from flat roofs to crazy free-form roofs and everything in between (hip, gable, mansard, Dutch hip combination, and gambrel).
Learn to design the systems—mechanical, electrical, and plumbing—that connect buildings to the outside world with AutoCAD MEP.
Learn to design concrete structures that stand the test of time with Revit Structure.
Covers the process of creating a family and adding parameters, 3D elements, symbolic lines, and materials.
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