Revit: Optimize Your BIM Workflow

Revit: Optimize Your BIM Workflow

As the building information modeling (BIM) methodology and philosophy becomes more widely used in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), it's become increasingly important to grasp how to incorporate BIM into your workflows. In this course, learn the fundamentals of the BIM philosophy, how it fits into industry usage and government strategies, and how to use Autodesk Revit to optimize CAD workflows that relate to BIM. Instructor Shaun Bryant shares practical strategies and best practices to help you grasp essential BIM concepts, as well as how to most efficiently work with CAD drawings in Revit, set up worksharing to facilitate easy collaboration, use sheets in Revit, create schedules, publish your project, and more.


  • 英文名称:Revit: Optimize Your BIM Workflow
  • 时长:2小时30分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Working with building information modeling (BIM)
  2. What you should know before watching this course
  3. Using the exercise files
  4. Using Revit as a primary BIM modeling and drafting tool
  5. The industry-wide use of BIM
  6. The UK Government Construction Strategy
  7. The BIM Overlay to the RIBA Outline Plan of Work
  8. The US definition of BIM
  9. Working with suitable project units
  10. Removing unnecessary layers in the CAD drawing
  11. Removing unnecessary blocks in the CAD drawing
  12. Removing all other unnecessary entities in the CAD drawing
  13. Using PURGE to remove any other entities
  14. Working to your own standard
  15. Working to a recognized standard
  16. Working with British standards (BS 1192 and ISO 19650)
  17. Importing a CAD drawing
  18. Hiding the imported CAD drawing
  19. Linking a CAD drawing
  20. Hiding the linked CAD drawing
  21. Creating a central model
  22. Checking linked CAD files
  23. Worksharing locally or in the cloud
  24. Setting up worksets
  25. Workset ownership and permissions
  26. Using sheets in Revit
  27. Scaling views in sheets
  28. Tagging elements and views in sheets
  29. Working with sheet families
  30. Adding project information to sheets
  31. Adding sheet revisions
  32. Setting up and scaling a view
  33. Importing and exploding DWG details
  34. Converting DWG text to Revit text
  35. Using Revit-filled regions to replace DWG hatches
  36. Creating a schedule
  37. Adding the schedule to a sheet
  38. Creating a legend view to go with a schedule on a sheet
  39. Publishing from Revit
  40. Viewing the published project sheets in PDF format
  41. Next steps