Revit 2021: Essential Training for Architecture (Imperial and Metric)

Revit 2021: Essential Training for Architecture (Imperial and Metric)

Get up and running with Revit Architecture 2021 for architectural design. This course is designed for students who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. Instructor Paul F. Aubin begins by helping you get comfortable with the Revit environment. He demonstrates how to set up a project and add the grids, levels, and dimensions that will anchor your design. Then Paul helps you dive into modeling: adding walls, doors, and windows; using joins and constraints; creating groups; linking to DWG files; and modeling floors, roofs, and ceilings. He also shows advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, adding rooms, and creating schedules. Finally, discover how to annotate your drawings so all the components are clearly understood, as well as output sheets to PDF and AutoCAD.


  • 英文名称:Revit 2021: Essential Training for Architecture (Imperial and Metric)
  • 时长:13小时2分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Revit 2021 for architecture
  2. Imperial or metric and the exercise files
  3. What is Revit?
  4. How do I get Revit?
  5. Understanding Revit flavors
  6. Understanding Revit release versions and file formats
  7. Other Revit courses
  8. Introducing building information modeling (BIM)
  9. Working on one model with many views
  10. Understanding the Revit element hierarchy
  11. Editing elements within the Revit hierarchy
  12. The Recent Files screen
  13. Getting familiar with the user interface
  14. View navigation
  15. Selection
  16. Accessing a multi-user project using worksharing
  17. Creating a new project from a template
  18. Creating and configuring a new project
  19. Adding levels
  20. Adding grids
  21. Refining a layout with temporary dimensions
  22. Adding columns
  23. Adding walls
  24. Wall properties and types
  25. Using snaps
  26. Locating walls
  27. Using the modify tools
  28. Adding doors and windows
  29. Adding plumbing fixtures and other components
  30. Wall joins
  31. Using constraints
  32. Linking AutoCAD DWG files
  33. Creating topography from a DWG link
  34. CAD inserts
  35. Import tips
  36. Creating groups
  37. Mirroring groups to create a layout
  38. Creating Revit links
  39. Rotating and aligning a Revit link
  40. Establishing shared coordinates
  41. Managing links
  42. Importing a PDF
  43. Understanding file formats
  44. Creating floors
  45. Creating footprint roofs
  46. Attaching walls to roofs
  47. Creating extrusion roofs
  48. Using the shape editing tools to create a flat roof
  49. Working with slope arrows
  50. Creating ceilings
  51. Adding openings
  52. Adding stairs
  53. Editing stairs
  54. Adding railings
  55. Adding extensions to railings
  56. Understanding wall families
  57. Creating a custom basic wall type
  58. Stacked walls
  59. Adding curtain walls
  60. Adding curtain grids, mullions, and panels
  61. Creating wall sweeps and reveals
  62. Model lines
  63. Adding slanted walls
  64. Modifying a slanted wall and adjusting sweeps and inserts
  65. Using object styles
  66. Working with visibility and graphic overrides
  67. Recommendations for annotation visibility
  68. Using view templates
  69. Hiding and isolating objects in a model
  70. View extents and crop regions
  71. View Range
  72. Displaying objects above and below in plan views
  73. Using the Linework tool and Depth Cueing
  74. Using cutaway views
  75. Using graphical display options
  76. Adding rooms
  77. Controlling room numbering
  78. Room bounding elements
  79. Tags
  80. Adding schedule views
  81. Modifying schedule views
  82. Creating a key schedule
  83. Adding text
  84. Text formatting
  85. Adding dimensions
  86. Adding symbols
  87. Adding legend views
  88. Creating a detail callout
  89. Adding detail components
  90. Using arrays to parametrically duplicate objects
  91. Adding filled and masking regions
  92. Families
  93. Creating a new family from a template
  94. Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
  95. Adding solid geometry
  96. Cutting holes using void geometry
  97. Adding blends
  98. Completing the family
  99. Understanding sheet and view references
  100. Adding a new sheet
  101. Create a sheet index
  102. Working with placeholder sheets
  103. Aligning views with a guide grid
  104. Exporting to AutoCAD
  105. Plotting and creating a PDF
  106. Next steps