a Revit User Group
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
1.5 CES LUs
The Revit Coordinate system can be tricky to navigate. At first glance, there is really nothing to see except for a blank screen with a few elevation tags, but hidden beneath these views is a very powerful system in which we can coordinate the location of our projects and linked files. Before anyone begins to model anything in Revit, it is important to establish coordinate points that the entire project team can reference. We will have a look at these methods so that moving forward, you will be able to successfully locate your project in its respective location and link other Revit files without having to make any adjustments after the fact.
About the Presenter:
Sash Kazeminejad brings proficiency in Autodesk solutions including AutoCAD and Revit Architecture to Ideate customers. His industry experience includes project management, BIM Management and design for Architectural firms in California, Montana and Oregon. He is a LEED accredited professional and is on track to earn a California license, with Oregon to follow. As a Revit Architecture Autodesk Certified Instructor, Sash provides Revit Architecture training and support for AEC firms.
By the end of the presentation, attendees will…
- Have an understanding of Revit terminology and it’s coordinate system.
- Understand the linking enhancements offered in Revit 2016 R2.
- Be able to Acquire and Push Coordinates to and from other Revit files.
- Know how to coordinate Revit models and CAD files with other disciplines.