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Seth Greenlund

MSF23937: Creating Revit Templates for Fabrication Parts in Revit

(Duration 48:10)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn best practices when creating Revit Templates
  • Editing Title Blocks
  • Creating Fabrication Parts Schedules
  • Understand Visibility Graphics and Filters to apply service colors

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

In this class we will cover creating Revit Templates with focus on using Fabrication Parts in Revit. We will cover How's and Why's and more specifically, focus on managing title blocks, Schedules, Tag Families, Visibility Graphics and Filters.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD Managers, BIM Managers and Detailers at mechanical contractors looking to save time through standardization.

Speakers

Speakers

Seth Greenlund

I have 14 years of industry experience. My first detailing job out of a Mechanical Engineering Technical College was creating 2D isometric weld maps for FDA approval at a pharmaceutical plant. In 2005 I started using the Fabrication CADmep (CAD-Mech back then) product to start doing what would eventually be called BIM. After a few more years with that contractor, I took a position with a much larger contractor. Within a year I became the Fabrication database manager. I started implementing company wide standards and training to boost productivity. A little over 3 years ago I started working for TSI as a support tech and worked my way up to Product Manager for Autodesk products along with managing the support department

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Published

  • 2016
  • MSF23937
  • AU Las Vegas, MEP and Structrural Fabricators Forum

Software

  • Revit MEP
  • Fabrication CADmep
  • Fabrication ESTmep

Industries

  • Building Products and Fabrication
  • Construction Services