Revit Piping Tips and Tricks (Part 31 of Revit Tech Tips)
Posted on August 12, 2013 by Bill Knittle, Synergis Building Solutions Engineer:
Welcome to some new tips this week. I will be sharing three videos this week to help you design more efficiently, while taking advantage of all the tools in Revit.
Today, I am posting Piping Tips and Tricks. In this video, I discuss tricks to setting up your interface to best accommodate quick and accurate pipe designs. I will go through how to customize the piping systems provided by Autodesk and auto-correct angles. This video is jam-packed with useful Revit tools, check it out for yourself.
Check back on Wednesday; I will post another Revit tip.
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See some of Bill’s other posts:
- Using Parts in Autodesk Revit
- How to Build Your Own Roof Truss Families
- SET’g the Stage in Autodesk® Navisworks®
- Revit Tip: Worksharing between Revit and Revit LT
- Revit Tech Tip 26: Construction Modeling and Phasing
Bill has been training, supporting, and implementing the Building Solutions offered from Autodesk, primarily the Revit applications. His accomplishments include many certifications which include AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, and Revit Architecture. He is also an Implementation Certified Expert for Revit Architecture and Structure. Bill’s latest achievement was acquiring the MEP Systems Specialist certification from Autodesk which has propelled Synergis as a Platinum Service Provider. Bill’s interactions with customers have provided him with constant challenges that lead him to think outside the box. As a result, he has authored several technical solutions for publications which include AEC Bytes and Cadalyst as well as, produced several tips and tricks videos for the Synergis Website and You Tube channel. He enjoys consulting with a many different Architectural or Engineering firms struggling to implement the BIM process using the Revit application. Bill has been certified many times on Autodesk products, including Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, AutoCAD , and AutoCAD Architecture.