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  • Marcello Sgambelluri (2015)

    Families In Motion: New and Exciting Methods that Make Your Revit Families Move

    • Revit for Architects
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Learn new methods to apply rotation parameters to masses and adaptive component families
    • Learn new methods to apply rotation parameters to traditional families
    • Learn how to create multiple joints that move together in Revit Families in 2D planes
    • Learn how to create multiple joints that move together in Revit Families in 3D "Ball" Joints
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  • Daniel Mccloskey (2015)

    Goin' Big with Rebar in Revit Structure

    • Revit for Structural Engineers
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Discover how to manage pours, fabrication, and delivery data, and coordination between CIP concrete entities
    • Learn how to use partitions and automatic bar number to develop a quality-control system for rebar data
    • Discover how rebar data can be exported from the Revit model for direct import into common rebar cutting and bending software
    • Discover tips and tricks to take advantage of repetition to efficiently model rebar and create shops for a large rebar job
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  • Marcello Sgambelluri (2015)

    More Practical Dynamo: Practical Uses for Dynamo Within Revit

    • Revit for Architects
    • Dynamo
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to program using visual programming
    • Discover more practical applications of Dynamo for Revit
    • Learn how to create practical uses in the office using the Dynamo extension for Revit software
    • Learn how to automate repetitive manual Revit tasks using the Dynamo extension
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  • Kris Lengieza (2015)

    No Estimation Without Quantification: Assemble Your Quantities Today

    • Revit for Construction
    • Revit for Architects

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to create Revit models for effective quantity takeoff
    • Learn how to capitalize on shared parameters to sort, group, and maximize model elements to get the most out of your quantity takeoff
    • Learn how to focus your modeling efforts on areas that will have the biggest cost and design impact
    • Learn how to analyze and capitalize on your model-based quantities for better scheduling and production tracking
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  • Juan Carlos Garza (2015)

    Revit and SOFiSTiK, the Perfect BIM Solution for Design and Structural Analysis

    • Revit for Structural Engineers
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to optimize your design workflow
    • Discover how to model analytical lines and areas in Revit, and then design and analyze in SOFiSTiK FEA
    • Discover how to assemble easy shop drawings
    • Learn how to start a structure design project from scratch
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  • Gareth Spencer (2015)

    Should We Move from 2D Detailing to 3D Detailing for Reinforcement Detailing?

    • Revit for Structural Engineers
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Explore the capabilities of detailing reinforce concrete in Revit Structure
    • Discover the concept of fully creating a detailed 3D reinforcement concrete model
    • Discover how you can experience your reinforcement design and detailing before it’s built
    • Gain a better understanding of basic reinforcement detailing tools in Revit
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  • Paul Aubin (2015)

    Taming Parametric Curves in Revit Family Editor

    • Revit for Architects
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to create reliable, flexible, parametric curved forms in the Family Editor
    • Learn how to componentize your families: reuse the parts and pieces
    • Discover what it takes to make a properly flexing compound curve
    • Learn how to use formulas and other advanced techniques to control family curves
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  • Nathan Miller (2015)

    The Great Dynamo Dig—Mining Your Revit Model with Computation—Take 2

    • Revit for Architects
    • Dynamo
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to use Dynamo for Revit data mining
    • Learn how to extract element parameters and geometry from Revit
    • Learn how to format Revit software data for use by other applications
    • Learn how to connect the Dynamo extension to relational databases
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  • Ken Marsh (2015)

    U.S.-Style Scheduled Rebars: A Concrete Tale of Design and Fabrication in Revit

    • Revit for Structural Engineers
    • Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Discover the Autodesk code checking framework and identify key benefits
    • Discover how to configure customized reinforcing schemas in RConcrete
    • Discover how to increase design efficiency by automating design scheduling with RConcrete
    • Learn how you can achieve accurate quantity takeoffs in Revit based on U.S.-style concrete reinforcing schedules
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  • Desiree Mackey (2014)

    Engineered Parametric Project

    • Revit for Structural Engineers, Revit for Construction

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to incorporate engineering into structural families
    • Discuss challenges of building a parametric project
    • Discuss lessons learned and potential alternate approaches to the project
    • Discover an option for a design aid that can be created for clients, contractors, and so on
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