jiggly_jelloo Posted March 4, 2013 Share Posted March 4, 2013 I realize that this question will be subjective, but currently we are using ACAD for all of our drawings. The company I work for builds custom site trailers (think ATCO style) and are generally either 12'or 14' wide by 30'-60' long. My understanding is with revit you would build a model then from that model you can create all of your cross-sections, elevations and plan views, and any updates made to your model would then automatically reflect in those views. Since our structures are generally not very large or complex I would think that it would save a lot of time to just create 1 model then all the required sections from that rather then drawing all the sections, elevations and plan views. Or am I off base on that? Thanks, Colleen Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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