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Adaptive Component Water Volume

Dezi was working on a project where she had to figure out the amount of water that was accumulating in a failing double T.  Of course she approached the problem as an engineer and incorporated a lot of math into

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Dimensioning Sloped Framing

I have had some questions come up about dimensioning sloped framing, so I thought it deserved a blog post. Question: Why can’t I dimension to framing members when they are associated to a sloped work plane? This question comes up

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Synchronize Now vs Synchronize and Modify

I thought I would write this post to clarify the difference between the two options for Synchronizing a Revit file since I often see users not understanding the difference between the two.  I see this issue come up often when

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Revit Structural Deck Line Types

For a few releases now Revit has had the capability to model composite decks with 2D graphics to display the metal deck when in sections.  While working with a client the question came up on what determines the line weights

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Converting .exe for Autodesk deployment

When Autodesk releases a new service pack it is usually only available, at least with out massive searching, as a .exe file. The downside to this is the fact that if this wants to be added to a deployment they

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Revit models are data rich BIM models containing vast amounts of information about each element in the model.  But that information is invisible to the naked eye – unless you’ve got schedules.  Join Brian Mackey as he shows off Schedules in Revit.  Brian will demonstrate how to build schedules, populate them with the desired information, and get them onto sheets so that the intelligence of a model’s BIM information can be shared with the world.

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