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Introduction to Revit- Architecture

This course offers a thorough introduction to Autodesk Revit Architecture, covering interface navigation, modeling, family creation, annotations, scheduling, site planning, and project finalization, providing essential skills for architectural design and documentation.

After the Course you'll be familiar with

  • 3D Model

  • Families

  • Schedules

Both online and offline(Bangalore and Thiruvananthapuram) mode available with customized class timings

Designed based on the latest industries multiskilled job and training requirement.

Trainers with 5+ years of hands-on experience in various aspects of 3D modelling

Duration-15Days/30Hrs.

Monday-Friday

What You'll learn

  • Introduction to Revit's interface

  • key components like the Ribbon, Quick Access Toolbar, View Control Bar, Properties Palette, and Project Browser

  • Overview of Revit's capabilities

  • Launching Revit and navigating the interface

  • Creating and setting up basic project parameters.

  • Understanding constraints and dimensions.

  • Exploring the Revit library for pre-built families.

  • Navigating between views and understanding their properties

  • Understanding room and space schedules.

  • Adding dimensions

  • Understanding site components such as topography and property lines

  • Setting up sheets and organizing drawings into a cohesive set.

Revit-Architecture

Course Tools and Exercises

360 VR using Revit and ArcGIS Pro

Creation of walls,doors and text

Course Content

Introduction to Revit (2 Hours)-Day 1

  • Introduction to Revit's interface, including key components like the Ribbon, Quick Access Toolbar, View Control Bar, Properties Palette, and Project Browser.

  • Overview of Revit's capabilities and its role in facilitating collaboration, visualization, project management, scheduling, materials management, and sample project creation.

Getting Started with Revit (2 Hours) Day 2

  • Installation process (if applicable) and software setup.

  • Launching Revit and navigating the interface.

  • Basic file operations such as creating a new project, opening existing projects, and saving projects.

Creating a Simple Project (2 Hours)-Day 3

  • Setting up project units, levels, and other basic project settings.

  • Creating a new project and setting up basic project parameters.

Basic Modelling in Revit (8 Hours) Day 4-7

  • Placing architectural elements such as walls, doors, windows, and floors, using both sketch-based and component-based methods.

  • Understanding constraints and dimensions while modeling to ensure accurate representation and maintain design intent.

  • Introduction to basic modeling tools and techniques, including editing and modifying elements as needed.

  • Applying materials to model elements to represent real-world finishes and textures.

Working with Families (4 Hours) Day 8-9

  • Understanding families: what are they and how to use them.

  • Exploring the Revit library for pre-built families.

  • Inserting families into the project and customizing their parameters.

Working with Views (2 Hours) Day 10

  • Introduction to different types of views: plan, elevation, section, and 3D.

  • Navigating between views and understanding their properties.

  • Creating new views and duplicating existing ones.

Tagging Rooms and Spaces (2 Hours) Day 11    

  • Adding room and space tags to the model.

  • Understanding room and space schedules.

  • Customizing room and space tags for better documentation.

Adding Annotations (2 Hours) Day 12

  • Placing text annotations such as labels and callouts.

  • Adding dimensions to the model.

  • Using detailed components for annotations.

Scheduling (2 Hours) Day 13

  • Introduction to scheduling in Revit, including the concept of data extraction and organization.

  • Creating and customizing schedules for various elements in the project, such as doors, windows, and rooms.

Massing and Site (2 Hours) Day 14

  • Understanding site components such as topography and property lines, and how to incorporate them into the project.

  • Placing site elements like roads, walkways, and landscaping to develop a comprehensive site plan.

Finalizing the Project (2 Hours) Day 15

  • Generating basic drawings like floor plans and elevations to document the design and communicate it to stakeholders.

  • Setting up sheets and organizing drawings into a cohesive set for printing or digital distribution.

  • Closing the project and saving changes, ensuring data integrity and project continuity for future revisions.

Prerequisites

Any Graduate From Science & Engineering

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