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New Revit Article over at BIMscape.com

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015 16:27

Most of my new articles will be published over at my other site, BIMscape.com. Rest assured that I am still producing new Revit articles- the target is to get one new article out to you guys per day. Today I have just published an article on a really slick way to depict the position of your overhead elements, in plan views using the Linework tool. The article can be found here

To make it easy to keep up with new content, I produce a monthly BIM Newsletter which contains links to all the new articles. If you'd like to receive this Newsletter, just put your email address in the box on the upper left of this site.

 

The Newsletters are handled by the MailChimp service and you have my word that your email address remains strictly with me and MailChimp. You can UnSubscribe at any time. And unlike some sites I personally subscribe to, my Newsletter is monthly- I am not going to fill you InBox with emails each day!

 

 

   

'Very proud to be featured on the CADspeed Blog!

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015 16:20

It was a real honour (and surprise!) to be invited to take part in an "Expert Interview" for the CADspeed Blog. For those of you who havent come across the site yet, CADspeed is the Editorial Blog from the guys behind the fabulous Cadalyst website.

 

 

The interview was undertaken by email and can be read in full here

 

   

Are your Levels Black or Blue?

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Friday, 01 August 2014 14:13

Ever wondered why most of your Level Heads are Blue, whilst the odd one or two are Black?

 

Then let me explain....

 

   

Displacement Sets in Revit Architecture

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Tuesday, 29 July 2014 15:03

Displacement Sets are a fairly recent addition to Revit- but a very welcome one. They allow you to create an exploded 3D view of part your model- in order to show how the assembly goes together.

For a full tutorial on how Displacement Sets works (using a simple example), please see my article on BIMscape's website.

 

   

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