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Revit is Autodesk's Building Information Modelling (BIM) software and maybe in 5 year's time we'll all be using it. Better find out what it's all about!

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  1. Revit Architecture

    Use this forum for questions about Revit Architecture.

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  2. Revit MEP

    Use this forum for questions about Revit MEP.

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  3. Revit Structure

    Use this forum for questions about Revit Structure.

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  1. 1E9 Error on loading DWG file

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  2. Visibility in different disciplines

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  3. 3D CAD Building Import to Revit

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  4. Way of using no-plot text?

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  5. Revit - Stairs not visable in 3D

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  6. restrain precast beam to side of a column

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  7. Make unrelated levels hide automatically?

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  8. Axis with heart shape in revit

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  9. Blinding of single footing

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  10. Armchair families

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  11. ARCH Model not showing

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  12. Revit and Egnye

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  13. STEP file into Revit

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  14. How to assign a level to a sloped floor?

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  15. place a car on a sloping surface

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  16. Exports in Revit very slow

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  17. steelwork in revit model

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  18. I NEED REVIT ARCHITECTURE TUTOR

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  19. Using floor plan for level above as underlay

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