Saturday, December 1, 2012

Autodesk Revit 2013 family editor: Annotation and detailing (free video on-line training)

I created first free and full on-line video Russian tutorial of Autodesk Revit Architecture in 2011 spring , then of Autodesk Revit MEP, Autodesk Revit Family editor, Autodesk Navisworks. Up to present days my training courses are ones in Russian web.

A lot of time I was planning the same training on English, but cause of my poor English skills I wanted to improve language first.But it takes a lot of time, so now I decided to record first version of tutorial.

I hope to update this material as soon as I improve my English.


I want to record these Autodesk Revit courses (all material is on-line and free):

Autodesk Revit Architecture: Basic (in production now)
Autodesk Revit Architecture: Advanced
Collaboration in Autodesk Revit: Basic
Autodesk Revit Family editor: Advanced (3D)

PLEASE NOTE:
As I wrote above, I understand that now my English skills aren't so good, so I recomend to watch these videos to non-native English speakers. I really try to improve it, but I hope even on this level material can be helpful for Autodesk Revit starters.

Autodesk Revit Family editor: Annotation and detailing

Each item is a link to correspond YouTube-video, and also has start and end Revit file.
Please leave comments if something doesn't work.

Part 1: Main tools


1. Intro
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


2. Basic tools: template, category, line, text, label
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


3. Advanced tools: visibility, type, label
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


4. Custom duct tag creation
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


5. Preloaded tags edition
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


Part 2: System families (levels, sections and so on)


6. Preloaded grid symbol edition
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


7. New grid symbol creation
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


8. Editing level label
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


Part 3: Detailing 


9. Detail component creation
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


10. Detailing creation using AutoCAD drawings
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


Part 4: Advanced tools


11. Tag with shared parameters
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


12. Grid label with shared parameters
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


13. 3D Grid creation
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)


14. Conclusion
    Watch Autodesk Revit families free on-line video tutorial on my YouTube channel
     Start file | End file (will be available in December)



Best regards,
Alexander Vysotskiy

Vysotskiy consulting CEO

BIM-consultant of PSS

e-mail: me@AVysotskiy.com
Phone.: +7(904) 514-56-77
Skype: VisikPro
Blog: www.AlexVisotskiy.com

   

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