Cert Prep: Revit for Structural Design Professional

Cert Prep: Revit for Structural Design Professional

Becoming an Autodesk Revit for Structural Design Professional proves you know Revit for Structure inside and out—and it's a signal to employers and clients that you are a trustworthy professional. If you're looking to add this certification to your professional tool kit, then this course is for you. Join instructor Eric Wing as he goes over specific skills covered by the 35-question exam. Brush up on topics such as basic geometry as it pertains to foundations, floors, walls, and framing; working with families; adding dimensions and annotations to drawings; and producing detailed schedules and sheets.

Topics include:

  • Creating and modifying structural elements
  • Working with element materials
  • Managing family categories and types
  • Configuring dimension styles
  • Using detail components
  • Advanced view techniques
  • Creating schedules and sheets
  • Linking and importing files

课程信息

  • 英文名称:Cert Prep: Revit for Structural Design Professional
  • 时长:4小时46分
  • 字幕:英语

课程目录

  1. Preparing for Revit Structural Certification
  2. What you should know before watching this course
  3. Create and modify structural elements: Work with foundations
  4. Create and modify structural elements: Work with structural floors
  5. Create and modify structural elements: Work with structural walls
  6. Create and modify structural elements: Work with structural columns
  7. Create and modify structural elements: Work with structural framing
  8. Create and modify structural elements: Work with stairs
  9. Create and modify structural elements: Understand model and detail groups
  10. Use and modify element materials: Associate a material with an object or a style
  11. Use and modify element materials: Create and edit a basic material and its properties
  12. Use and modify element materials: Load a material library
  13. Use selection sets: Create, edit, and load a selection set
  14. Manage family categories and types: Configure family types
  15. Manage family categories and types: Family categories and types
  16. Manage family categories and types: Different kinds of families
  17. Manage family categories and types: Transfer system families between projects
  18. Use family parameters: Create or delete an instance or type parameter
  19. Use family parameters: Determine the appropriate parameter discipline, type, and grouping
  20. Create family content: Select the appropriate family template
  21. Create family content: Export a family to create a type catalog
  22. Create family content: Add reference planes, lines, and dimensions
  23. Create family content: Create geometry
  24. Create family content: Constrain, flex, align, lock, and labels
  25. Create family content: Associate dimensional parameters
  26. Annotate views: Dimensions
  27. Annotate views: Create and modify annotation families for documentation
  28. Annotate views: Use a matchline
  29. Create and use detail components: Load and create a detail component family
  30. Create and use detail components: Define a repeating detail
  31. Phases and design options: How to work with phases
  32. Phases and design options: How to work with design options
  33. Use document revisions: Understand sheet issues/revisions
  34. Configure export and print settings: Configure export settings
  35. Configure export and print settings: Configure custom print setup
  36. Apply advanced view techniques: Browser organization
  37. Apply advanced view techniques: View properties
  38. Apply advanced view techniques: Visibility/graphic overrides
  39. Apply advanced view techniques: Apply and edit view templates
  40. Apply advanced view techniques: Create and manage call-out views
  41. Apply advanced view techniques: Set up a sheet
  42. Apply advanced view techniques: Apply worksharing display modes
  43. Apply advanced view techniques: Duplicating views
  44. Manage, create, and modify schedules: Develop and customize schedules
  45. Link or import files: Imported files vs. linked files
  46. Link or import files: Manage linked files
  47. Link or import files: Copy and monitor elements from a linked file
  48. Define worksharing concepts: How to use worksharing features
  49. Use levels and grids: Modify level and grid types
  50. Project standards and shared coordinates: Transfer and review project standards
  51. Project standards and shared coordinates: The concept of shared coordinates
  52. Conduct maintenance on a Revit project: Using purge
  53. Conduct maintenance on a Revit project: Using the audit and compact tools
  54. Conduct maintenance on a Revit project: Assess review warnings in Revit
  55. Conduct maintenance on a Revit project: Check a model for interferences
  56. Understand shared, project, and global parameters
  57. Next steps

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