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Autodesk On-Demand: Revit Architecture Comprehensive


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Autodesk On-Demand: Revit Architecture Comprehensive Course Outline

**Note: This is an On-Demand (self-study) course, 360-day unlimited 24/7 access via the internet**
(Applicable State and Local taxes may be added for On-Demand purchases, depending on your location.)
You may take this class at any time; there are no set dates. This comprehensive bundle includes: Autodesk Revit: Fundamentals for Architecture, BIM Management - Template and Family Creation, Collaboration Tools, Conceptual Design & Visualization, Site Planning and Design. Note: The 360-day acess period begins at time of purchase.

About Autodesk On-Demand
This Online On-Demand (self-study) training course includes 360-day access to videos lessons. These video lessons provide instructorsí descriptions and demonstrations of key features and concepts. Step-by-step procedures that establish workflows for end-users. Hands-on practice exercises, including provided datasets, that take end-users through typical scenarios they will encounter using the software. Command summaries for quick-reference when using the software. Finally, graded review questions validate understanding and track progress and proficiency improvements.

**What You Need to Take this Training**
You will need the Autodesk Revit software and a high-speed internet connection. Students registering for this course may be eligible for free access to Autodesk software for a one-year period-please contact our office for details. Please note: this course is designed for a Windows OS.

Autodesk On-Demand Learner Profiles
Autodesk On-Demand is a self-study training solution that was designed for two types of learners. First, Autodesk On-Demand is a great fit for experienced professionals have some experience with Autodesk and don't need a traditional classes to upgrade their existing skills. They can pick and choose topics to make the most effective use of their time. Second, Autodesk On-Demand is perfect for highly-motivated individuals who are new to Autodesk and need to space their learning over a period of weeks or months. These learners can take their time and repeat sections as needed until they master the new concepts.

An understanding of architectural terminology and basic techniques is assumed. Additional prerequisites may be met by successfully completing each course in the order presented below.

Note: This Autodesk On-Demand class uses Imperial Units.

Prefer a Live, Instructor-led Class Instead?
Already know Autodesk On-Demand training is not right for you? We offer a live, hands-on, instructor-led version of this course. See Autodesk Revit Architecture Fundamentals


- Introduction to BIM and Autodesk Revit -

Introduction to BIM and Autodesk Revit
BIM and Autodesk Revit
Overview of the Interface
Starting Projects
Viewing Commands

Basic Sketching and Modify Tools
Using General Sketching Tools
Editing Elements

Sketch and Edit Elements
Working with Basic Modify Tools
Working with Additional Modify Tools

Introduction to Worksheets
Introduction to Worksets

Starting Architectural Projects
Linking and Importing CAD Files
Linking in Revit Models
Setting Up Levels
Creating Structural Grids
Adding Columns

Modeling Walls
Modeling Walls
Modifying Walls
Adding Room Elements

Working with Doors and Windows
Inserting Doors and Windows
Loading Door and Window Types from the Library
Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes

Working with Curtain Walls
Creating Curtain Walls
Adding Curtain Grids
Working with Curtain Wall Panels
Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids

Working with Views
Modifying the View Display
Duplicating Views
Adding Callout Views
Creating Elevations and Sections

Adding Components
Adding Components
Modifying Components

Modeling Floors
Modeling Floors
Creating Shaft Openings
Creating Sloped Floors

Modeling Ceilings
Modeling Ceilings
Adding Ceiling Fixtures
Creating Ceiling Soffits

Modeling Roofs
Modeling Roofs
Creating Roofs by Footprint
Establishing Work Planes
Creating Roofs by Extrusion

Modeling Stairs, Railings, and Ramps
Creating Component Stairs
Modifying Component Stairs
Working with Railings
Creating Ramps

Creating Construction Documents
Setting Up Sheets
Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
Printing Sheets

Annotating Construction Documents
Working with Dimensions
Working with Text
Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
Creating Legends

Adding Tags and Schedules
Adding Tags
Working with Schedules

Creating Details
Setting Up Detail Views
Adding Detail Component
Annotating Details

- BIM Management: Template and Family Creation -

Creating Custom Templates
Preparing Project Templates
Customizing Annotation Types
Creating Title Blocks
Setting up View Filters
Adding View Templates

Creating Schedules
Introduction to Schedules
Creating Building Component Schedules
Modifying Schedule Appearance
Additional Schedule Types
Advanced Schedule Options
Working with Project Parameters

Custom System Families
Creating Wall, Roof, Floor, and Ceiling Types
Vertically Compound Walls
Stacked and Embedded Walls
Creating MEP System Families

Component Family Concepts
Creating Component Families
Creating the Parametric Framework
Creating Family Elements
Creating Family Types

Advanced Family Techniques
Additional Tools for Families
Visibility Display Settings

Additional Family Types
Creating 2D families
Creating Line-based Families
Working with Shared Parameters

Creating Architectural-Specific Families
Creating Custom Doors and Windows
Creating Angled Cornices and Copings
Creating Custom Railings

Creating MEP-Specific Families

Creating Structural-Specific Families

- Collaboration Tools -

Phasing, Groups, and Design Options
Applying Project Phasing
Working with Groups
Using Design Options

Linking Models
Linking Models
Views and Linked Models
Copying and Monitoring Elements
Coordinating Linked Models

Importing and Exporting
Importing and linking Vector Files
Modifying Imported Files
Importing and Linking Raster Image and PDF Files
Exporting Files
Exporting for Energy Analysis

Project Team Collaboration
Introduction to Worksharing
Enabling Worksharing
Setting up Worksets
Create a Central Model
Create a local File from a Central Model
Working in a Workshared File
Visibility and Display Options with Worksharing
Worksharing and Linked Models
Best Practices for Worksharing

- Conceptual Design and Visualization -

Massing Studies
Overview of Massing Studies
Placing Mass Elements
Creating Conceptual Massing
Setting the Work Plane
Dynamic Editing for Conceptual Massing
Working with Profiles and Edges
Moving from Massing to Building

Space Planning and Area Analysis
Space Planning
Area Analysis
Creating Color Schemes

Creating Perspective Views
Working with Graphic Display Options
Adding Exploded Views
Setting up Solar Studies

Producing Basic Renderings
Working with Lighting
Enhancing Renderings

- Site Planning and Design -

Site Planning
Preparing a Project for Site Design
Coordinate System in Autodesk Revit
Linking Files
Shared Coordinates
Exporting to CAD Format

Site Design
Creating Topographical Surfaces
Adding Property Line and a Building Pad
Modifying Toposurfaces
Annotating Site Plans
Adding Site Components

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