Tag Archives: Revit Architecture

Dealing with Stubborn Equipment Sets in BIM 360 Field

Posted on October 8, 2018 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle  A construction team utilizing BIM for information exchange can map elements in a Revit model to Equipment in BIM 360 Field. This integration creates a bi-directional flow of information to ensure that information is consistent and coordinated. However, in some cases, the mapping does fail and not all the elements map

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New Releases: Revit 2019.1 and Civil 3D 2019.1

The latest versions of Revit and Civil 3D released last month to subscribers, and promises to drive more efficiency, and better connect teams and data. We’ll highlight the most important features you should be utilizing within your own projects. Let’s dig in. Site Collaboration Site Collaboration within Revit 2019.1 with Civil 3D introduces unprecedented interoperability between the two products, allowing

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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

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How to Edit Wall Types with Revit Architecture

Posted on March 12, 2013 by Curt Egli, Building Solutions Engineer: How many times have you looked at a wall type you are using in Revit and said to yourself “that is so cool. I wish I could make one of those”? Or perhaps “oooo, that wall is nearly like the wall I want to use in my project, but not

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