Mastering Autodesk Revit 2018

 
 
Sybex Inc.,U.S. (Verlag)
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978-1-119-41432-2 (ISBN)
 
The best-selling Revit guide, now more complete than ever with all-new coverage on the 2018 release
Mastering Autodesk Revit 2018 for Architecture is packed with focused discussions, detailed exercises, and real-world examples to help you get up to speed quickly on the latest version of Autodesk Revit for Architecture. Organized according to how you learn and implement the software, this book provides expert guidance for all skill levels. Hands-on tutorials allow you to dive right in and start accomplishing vital tasks, while compelling examples illustrate how Revit for Architecture is used in every project. The companion website features before-and-after tutorial files, additional advanced content, and an hour of video on crucial techniques to help you quickly master this powerful software. From basic interface topics to advanced visualization techniques and documentation, this invaluable guide is your ideal companion through the Revit Architecture workflow.
Whether you're preparing for Autodesk certification exams or just want to become more productive with the architectural design software, practical exercises and expert instruction will get you where you need to be.
* Understand key BIM and Revit concepts and master the Revit interface
* Delve into templates, work-sharing, and managing Revit projects
* Master modeling and massing, the Family Editor, and visualization techniques
* Explore documentation, including annotation, detailing, and complex structures
BIM software has become a mandatory asset in today's architecture field; automated documentation updates reduce errors while saving time and money, and Autodesk's Revit is the industry leader in the BIM software space.
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Lance Kirby is a Customer Success Manager and Business Consultant Lead-AEC with Autodesk. He joined Revit Technologies in 2000, where he helped develop Revit. Lance has trained and mentored thousands of architects and engineers in the use of BIM.
Eddy Krygiel is an Autodesk Authorized Author, registered architect, and Principal Business Consultant with Autodesk Consulting. He implements BIM on large scale projects working to adapt new BIM Users and helping to drive BIM adoption.
Marcus Kim is a Business Consultant for Autodesk Consulting, where he provides enterprise-level BIM consulting and training. He has served as BIM Manager at the Chicago office of Skidmore Owings and Merrill as well as in lead roles at other AEC firms for competitions, design visualization, and design and technical architecture.
1 - Mastering Autodesk® Revit® 2018 [Seite 3]
2 - Acknowledgments [Seite 9]
3 - About the Authors [Seite 11]
4 - About the Contributors [Seite 13]
5 - Contents at a Glance [Seite 15]
6 - Contents [Seite 17]
7 - Foreword [Seite 29]
8 - Introduction [Seite 33]
9 - Part 1 Fundamentals [Seite 41]
9.1 - Chapter 1 Understanding the Principles of BIM [Seite 43]
9.1.1 - The Fundamentals of a BIM Approach [Seite 43]
9.1.2 - The Management People Inside a BIM Project Team [Seite 44]
9.1.2.1 - Staffing for BIM [Seite 45]
9.1.2.2 - Understanding Project Roles [Seite 46]
9.1.3 - Establishing a BIM Execution Plan [Seite 49]
9.1.4 - Optimizing BIM Processes [Seite 50]
9.1.5 - Identifying and Planning BIM Uses [Seite 52]
9.1.5.1 - Gather [Seite 53]
9.1.5.2 - Generate [Seite 54]
9.1.5.3 - Analyze [Seite 56]
9.1.5.4 - Communicate [Seite 57]
9.1.5.5 - Realize [Seite 60]
9.1.6 - Integrating Tools Inside a BIM Workflow [Seite 62]
9.1.7 - What Is Revit? [Seite 62]
9.1.8 - The Bottom Line [Seite 63]
9.2 - Chapter 2 Exploring the UI and Organizing Projects [Seite 65]
9.2.1 - Understanding the User Interface [Seite 65]
9.2.1.1 - Accessing and Using the Application Menu [Seite 66]
9.2.1.2 - Using the Quick Access Toolbar [Seite 67]
9.2.1.3 - Using the InfoCenter [Seite 68]
9.2.1.4 - Getting to Know the Ribbon [Seite 68]
9.2.1.5 - Using Other Aspects of the UI [Seite 72]
9.2.1.6 - Navigation Methods [Seite 80]
9.2.2 - Defining Project Organization [Seite 82]
9.2.2.1 - Introducing Datum Objects [Seite 84]
9.2.2.2 - Using Content [Seite 94]
9.2.2.3 - Working with Views [Seite 96]
9.2.2.4 - Managing Your Project Model [Seite 110]
9.2.3 - The Bottom Line [Seite 111]
9.3 - Chapter 3 The Basics of the Toolbox [Seite 113]
9.3.1 - Selecting, Modifying, and Replacing Elements [Seite 113]
9.3.1.1 - Selecting Elements [Seite 113]
9.3.1.2 - Selection Options [Seite 115]
9.3.1.3 - Filtering Your Selection [Seite 115]
9.3.1.4 - Using Selection-Based Filters [Seite 116]
9.3.1.5 - Selecting All Instances [Seite 116]
9.3.1.6 - Using the Properties Palette [Seite 117]
9.3.1.7 - Matching Properties [Seite 119]
9.3.1.8 - Using the Context Menu [Seite 119]
9.3.2 - Editing Elements Interactively [Seite 120]
9.3.2.1 - Moving Elements [Seite 120]
9.3.2.2 - Copying Elements [Seite 124]
9.3.2.3 - Rotating and Mirroring Elements [Seite 125]
9.3.2.4 - Arraying Elements [Seite 127]
9.3.2.5 - Scaling Elements [Seite 130]
9.3.2.6 - Aligning Elements [Seite 130]
9.3.2.7 - Trimming or Extending Lines and Walls [Seite 131]
9.3.2.8 - Splitting Lines and Walls [Seite 132]
9.3.2.9 - Offsetting Lines and Walls [Seite 133]
9.3.2.10 - Preventing Elements from Moving [Seite 134]
9.3.3 - Exploring Other Editing Tools [Seite 136]
9.3.3.1 - Using the Join Geometry Tool [Seite 136]
9.3.3.2 - Using the Split Face and Paint Tools [Seite 137]
9.3.3.3 - Copying and Pasting from the Clipboard [Seite 138]
9.3.3.4 - Using the Create Similar Tool [Seite 140]
9.3.3.5 - Using Keyboard Shortcuts (Accelerators) [Seite 140]
9.3.3.6 - Double-Click to Edit [Seite 141]
9.3.4 - Sharing Models with the Cloud [Seite 141]
9.3.5 - Modeling Site Context [Seite 145]
9.3.5.1 - Using a Toposurface [Seite 146]
9.3.5.2 - Creating a Toposurface from a Points File [Seite 149]
9.3.5.3 - Creating a Building Pad [Seite 153]
9.3.5.4 - Generating Property Lines [Seite 155]
9.3.5.5 - Cut/Fill Schedules [Seite 158]
9.3.6 - The Bottom Line [Seite 160]
9.4 - Chapter 4 Configuring Templates and Standards [Seite 161]
9.4.1 - Introducing Project Templates [Seite 161]
9.4.2 - Customizing Project Settings for Graphic Quality [Seite 162]
9.4.2.1 - Discovering Object Styles [Seite 163]
9.4.2.2 - Using Line Settings [Seite 165]
9.4.2.3 - Defining Materials [Seite 169]
9.4.2.4 - Defining Fill Patterns [Seite 177]
9.4.2.5 - Preconfiguring Color Schemes [Seite 184]
9.4.3 - Increasing Efficient View Management [Seite 186]
9.4.3.1 - Organizing Views [Seite 186]
9.4.3.2 - Creating and Assigning Filters [Seite 189]
9.4.3.3 - Using View Templates [Seite 192]
9.4.4 - Creating Custom Annotations [Seite 195]
9.4.4.1 - Introducing Tag Family Fundamentals [Seite 196]
9.4.4.2 - Creating a Custom Door Tag [Seite 197]
9.4.4.3 - Customizing View Tags [Seite 199]
9.4.5 - Starting a Project with a Custom Template [Seite 205]
9.4.6 - Strategies for Managing Templates [Seite 206]
9.4.6.1 - Aggregating Template Data [Seite 206]
9.4.7 - The Bottom Line [Seite 211]
10 - Part 2 Collaboration and Teamwork [Seite 213]
10.1 - Chapter 5 Collaborating with a Team [Seite 215]
10.1.1 - Understanding Worksharing Basics [Seite 215]
10.1.2 - Enabling Worksharing on Your Project [Seite 217]
10.1.2.1 - Types of Worksets [Seite 219]
10.1.2.2 - Creating a Central File [Seite 219]
10.1.2.3 - Selecting a Starting View [Seite 222]
10.1.2.4 - Creating a Local File [Seite 223]
10.1.2.5 - Using Worksharing Usernames [Seite 226]
10.1.3 - Organizing Worksets [Seite 227]
10.1.3.1 - Moving Elements Between Worksets [Seite 229]
10.1.4 - Managing Workflow with Worksets [Seite 233]
10.1.4.1 - Saving Work [Seite 235]
10.1.4.2 - Saving at Intervals [Seite 236]
10.1.4.3 - Loading Work from Other Team Members [Seite 237]
10.1.4.4 - Using Worksharing Visualization [Seite 237]
10.1.4.5 - Managing Workset Visibility in View Templates [Seite 240]
10.1.4.6 - Closing Revit [Seite 240]
10.1.4.7 - Disabling Worksharing [Seite 241]
10.1.5 - Understanding Element Ownership in Worksets [Seite 242]
10.1.5.1 - Understanding Editing Requests [Seite 244]
10.1.5.2 - Placing an Editing Request [Seite 244]
10.1.5.3 - Granting an Editing Request [Seite 245]
10.1.5.4 - Relinquishing Permission [Seite 247]
10.1.5.5 - Using the Worksharing Monitor [Seite 247]
10.1.6 - Collaborating in the Cloud [Seite 248]
10.1.6.1 - Collaboration for Revit [Seite 249]
10.1.7 - The Bottom Line [Seite 251]
10.2 - Chapter 6 Working with Consultants [Seite 253]
10.2.1 - Preparing for Collaboration [Seite 253]
10.2.2 - Managing the Coordination Process [Seite 254]
10.2.3 - Using Linked Models in Revit [Seite 258]
10.2.3.1 - Shared Positioning [Seite 259]
10.2.3.2 - Using Project Base Point and Survey Point [Seite 262]
10.2.3.3 - Attachment vs. Overlay [Seite 265]
10.2.3.4 - Using Worksets to Organize Linked Models [Seite 269]
10.2.3.5 - Summarizing the Benefits and Limitations of Linked Models [Seite 270]
10.2.3.6 - Using Linked Models-Exercises [Seite 271]
10.2.4 - Using the Coordination Tools [Seite 274]
10.2.4.1 - Using the Copy/Monitor Command [Seite 275]
10.2.4.2 - Using the Coordination Review Tool [Seite 279]
10.2.4.3 - Using Interference Checking in 3D Coordination [Seite 282]
10.2.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 286]
10.3 - Chapter 7 Interoperability: Working Multiplatform [Seite 287]
10.3.1 - Examining Interoperability on a BIM Curve [Seite 287]
10.3.2 - Inserting CAD Data [Seite 288]
10.3.2.1 - Using Predefined Settings for Inserted CAD Data [Seite 288]
10.3.2.2 - Importing vs. Linking [Seite 290]
10.3.2.3 - Using Options During Importing/Linking [Seite 291]
10.3.2.4 - Manipulating Inserted CAD Data [Seite 292]
10.3.3 - Using Inserted 2D Data [Seite 296]
10.3.3.1 - Setting Options for BIM Conversion [Seite 296]
10.3.3.2 - Using CAD Data for Coordination [Seite 297]
10.3.3.3 - Linking Details [Seite 298]
10.3.4 - Using Inserted 3D Data [Seite 300]
10.3.4.1 - Using CAD Data as a Mass [Seite 300]
10.3.4.2 - Using CAD Data as an Object [Seite 305]
10.3.5 - Working with Other Data Types [Seite 307]
10.3.5.1 - Working with Navisworks Files [Seite 307]
10.3.5.2 - Working with FormIt Files [Seite 309]
10.3.6 - Exporting CAD Data [Seite 310]
10.3.6.1 - Preparing a List of Views for Exporting [Seite 310]
10.3.6.2 - Settings for DWG Exports [Seite 312]
10.3.7 - Exporting 2D CAD Data [Seite 317]
10.3.8 - Exporting 3D Model Data [Seite 319]
10.3.8.1 - Exporting to SketchUp [Seite 319]
10.3.8.2 - Using IFC Interoperability [Seite 322]
10.3.9 - The Bottom Line [Seite 329]
10.4 - Chapter 8 Managing Revit Projects [Seite 331]
10.4.1 - Understanding the Importance of Managing Revit Projects [Seite 331]
10.4.1.1 - What's in a Plan to Manage Revit Projects? [Seite 331]
10.4.2 - Understanding What's Needed in a QA/QC Program [Seite 337]
10.4.2.1 - Revit Health Check [Seite 337]
10.4.3 - The Bottom Line [Seite 342]
11 - Part 3 Modeling and Massing for Design [Seite 343]
11.1 - Chapter 9 Advanced Modeling and Massing [Seite 345]
11.1.1 - The Massing User Interface and Functionality [Seite 345]
11.1.1.1 - Creating Mass Geometry [Seite 348]
11.1.1.2 - Creating an In-Place Mass [Seite 349]
11.1.1.3 - Placing a Mass [Seite 354]
11.1.1.4 - Creating Mass Floors [Seite 355]
11.1.1.5 - Scheduling Masses [Seite 356]
11.1.1.6 - Massing Surfaces [Seite 359]
11.1.2 - Using Free-Form Building Massing [Seite 364]
11.1.2.1 - Dissolving and Rebuilding [Seite 370]
11.1.3 - Creating Formula-Driven Massing [Seite 378]
11.1.3.1 - Creating a Generic Model Mass Family [Seite 378]
11.1.3.2 - Creating a Complex Mass Family [Seite 389]
11.1.4 - The Bottom Line [Seite 397]
11.2 - Chapter 10 Conceptual Design [Seite 399]
11.2.1 - Getting Started with Dynamo [Seite 399]
11.2.1.1 - Downloading Dynamo [Seite 399]
11.2.1.2 - Installing Dynamo [Seite 399]
11.2.1.3 - Opening Dynamo [Seite 401]
11.2.1.4 - Understanding the Dynamo UI [Seite 401]
11.2.2 - Connecting Nodes Makes Data Flow [Seite 404]
11.2.2.1 - Node Structure [Seite 404]
11.2.2.2 - Using Nodes [Seite 405]
11.2.2.3 - Organizing a Definition [Seite 407]
11.2.3 - Using Visual Programming [Seite 407]
11.2.4 - Additional Dynamo Tools [Seite 412]
11.2.4.1 - Code Blocks [Seite 412]
11.2.4.2 - Managing Data [Seite 413]
11.2.4.3 - Geometric Manipulation and Analysis [Seite 416]
11.2.4.4 - Revit to Dynamo to Revit [Seite 418]
11.2.4.5 - Category, Type, and Element Selections [Seite 418]
11.2.4.6 - Interoperability [Seite 420]
11.2.4.7 - Package Manager [Seite 422]
11.2.4.8 - Additional Resources [Seite 422]
11.2.5 - Getting Started with FormIt [Seite 423]
11.2.5.1 - Understanding the FormIt UI [Seite 423]
11.2.5.2 - Using FormIt for Massing [Seite 432]
11.2.5.3 - Converting FormIt to Revit [Seite 437]
11.2.5.4 - Importing to Revit [Seite 437]
11.2.6 - Advanced Modeling in FormIt [Seite 439]
11.2.6.1 - Moving from a Mass to a Model [Seite 440]
11.2.6.2 - Applying Materials [Seite 443]
11.2.7 - The Bottom Line [Seite 445]
11.3 - Chapter 11 Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options [Seite 447]
11.3.1 - Using Phasing [Seite 447]
11.3.1.1 - What Can You Phase? [Seite 449]
11.3.1.2 - Implementing Phase Settings [Seite 451]
11.3.1.3 - Illustrating the Geometry Phase [Seite 456]
11.3.1.4 - Using the View Phase [Seite 459]
11.3.2 - Creating and Using Groups [Seite 465]
11.3.2.1 - Creating Groups [Seite 465]
11.3.2.2 - Modifying Groups [Seite 467]
11.3.2.3 - Creating New Groups [Seite 469]
11.3.2.4 - Excluding Elements within Groups [Seite 471]
11.3.2.5 - Saving and Loading Groups [Seite 473]
11.3.2.6 - Creating Groups from Links [Seite 474]
11.3.2.7 - Using Best Practices for Groups [Seite 476]
11.3.3 - Making Design Options for Design Iteration [Seite 477]
11.3.3.1 - Creating Design Options [Seite 478]
11.3.3.2 - Editing Design Options [Seite 480]
11.3.3.3 - Viewing and Scheduling Design Options [Seite 481]
11.3.3.4 - Removing Design Options and Option Sets [Seite 482]
11.3.4 - Combining Phasing, Groups, and Design Options [Seite 485]
11.3.4.1 - Phase 1: Demolition [Seite 486]
11.3.4.2 - Phase 1: Proposed [Seite 488]
11.3.4.3 - Phase 2: Demolition [Seite 489]
11.3.4.4 - Phase 2: Proposed [Seite 491]
11.3.4.5 - Scheduling [Seite 492]
11.3.4.6 - Using the Design Option Tool [Seite 496]
11.3.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 498]
11.4 - Chapter 12 Visualization [Seite 499]
11.4.1 - Explaining the Role of Visualization [Seite 499]
11.4.2 - Understanding View Controls [Seite 500]
11.4.2.1 - Setting the Detail Level [Seite 501]
11.4.2.2 - Working with Graphic Display Options [Seite 502]
11.4.2.3 - Working with the Section Box [Seite 515]
11.4.3 - Understanding Analytic Visualization [Seite 517]
11.4.3.1 - Project Parameters [Seite 517]
11.4.3.2 - Setting User-Defined Parameters [Seite 521]
11.4.3.3 - Identifying Design Elements [Seite 524]
11.4.3.4 - Setting Solar and Shadow Studies [Seite 525]
11.4.4 - Understanding Photorealistic Visualization [Seite 527]
11.4.4.1 - Rendering Sequence and Workflow [Seite 528]
11.4.4.2 - Creating Perspective Views [Seite 528]
11.4.4.3 - Locking Your View [Seite 532]
11.4.4.4 - Creating a Walkthrough [Seite 533]
11.4.4.5 - Exporting a Walkthrough [Seite 536]
11.4.4.6 - Rendering Settings [Seite 538]
11.4.4.7 - Using Monochromatic Views to Examine Context and Lighting [Seite 541]
11.4.4.8 - Adjusting Lighting and Interior Renderings [Seite 545]
11.4.4.9 - Placing Artificial Lighting [Seite 547]
11.4.4.10 - Manipulating Light Groups [Seite 548]
11.4.4.11 - Assigning Materials [Seite 554]
11.4.4.12 - Rendering in the Cloud [Seite 555]
11.4.5 - The Future of Visualization: Virtual Reality [Seite 556]
11.4.5.1 - Use Cases for Virtual Reality [Seite 557]
11.4.5.2 - Available Virtual Reality Tools [Seite 557]
11.4.6 - The Bottom Line [Seite 562]
12 - Part 4 Extended Modeling Techniques [Seite 565]
12.1 - Chapter 13 Creating Walls and Curtain Walls [Seite 567]
12.1.1 - Using Extended Modeling Techniques for Basic Walls [Seite 567]
12.1.1.1 - Creating Basic Wall Types [Seite 568]
12.1.1.2 - Adding Wall Articulation [Seite 577]
12.1.1.3 - Modeling Techniques for Basic Walls [Seite 585]
12.1.1.4 - Creating Custom In-Place Walls [Seite 592]
12.1.2 - Creating Stacked Walls [Seite 593]
12.1.3 - Creating Simple Curtain Walls [Seite 596]
12.1.3.1 - Designing a Curtain Wall [Seite 598]
12.1.3.2 - Customizing Curtain Wall Types [Seite 607]
12.1.4 - Creating Complex Curtain Walls [Seite 611]
12.1.4.1 - Dividing the Surface [Seite 612]
12.1.4.2 - Dividing the Surface with Intersects [Seite 615]
12.1.4.3 - Applying Patterns [Seite 616]
12.1.4.4 - Editing the Pattern Surface [Seite 617]
12.1.4.5 - Editing a Surface Representation [Seite 618]
12.1.4.6 - Adding Definition [Seite 619]
12.1.4.7 - Creating Custom Patterns [Seite 627]
12.1.4.8 - Limiting the Size of Pattern-Based Families [Seite 628]
12.1.4.9 - Using the Adaptive Component Family [Seite 630]
12.1.4.10 - Scheduling Pattern-Based Panels [Seite 632]
12.1.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 633]
12.2 - Chapter 14 Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs [Seite 635]
12.2.1 - Understanding Floor Types [Seite 635]
12.2.1.1 - Modeling a Floor [Seite 635]
12.2.1.2 - Creating a Structural Floor [Seite 638]
12.2.1.3 - Modeling Floor by Face [Seite 642]
12.2.1.4 - Defining a Pad [Seite 642]
12.2.2 - Sketching for Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs [Seite 643]
12.2.3 - Modeling Slab Edges [Seite 645]
12.2.3.1 - Creating a Custom Floor Edge [Seite 646]
12.2.4 - Modeling Floor Finishes [Seite 649]
12.2.4.1 - Using a Split Face for Thin Finishes [Seite 649]
12.2.4.2 - Modeling Thick Finishes [Seite 651]
12.2.5 - Creating Ceilings [Seite 652]
12.2.6 - Understanding Roof Modeling Methods [Seite 653]
12.2.6.1 - Constructing a Roof by Footprint [Seite 656]
12.2.6.2 - Applying a Roof by Extrusion [Seite 659]
12.2.6.3 - Roof In-Place [Seite 661]
12.2.6.4 - Creating a Roof by Face [Seite 662]
12.2.6.5 - Creating a Sloped Glazing [Seite 662]
12.2.6.6 - Using Slope Arrows [Seite 663]
12.2.6.7 - Using Additional Roof Tools [Seite 664]
12.2.7 - Using Advanced Shape Editing with Floors and Roofs [Seite 667]
12.2.7.1 - Creating a Roof with a Sloped Topping [Seite 668]
12.2.7.2 - Applying a Variable Thickness to a Roof Layer [Seite 669]
12.2.8 - The Bottom Line [Seite 670]
12.3 - Chapter 15 Designing with the Family Editor [Seite 673]
12.3.1 - Getting Started with a Family [Seite 673]
12.3.1.1 - Understanding In-Place Families [Seite 674]
12.3.1.2 - Choosing the Right Family Template and Category [Seite 675]
12.3.1.3 - Choosing Between Hosted and Nonhosted Family Types [Seite 677]
12.3.1.4 - Creating Other Types of Families in the Family Editor [Seite 679]
12.3.1.5 - Understanding the Family Editor [Seite 681]
12.3.2 - Developing the Framework for a Family Component [Seite 683]
12.3.2.1 - Creating the Necessary Reference Planes, Lines, and Points [Seite 683]
12.3.2.2 - Using Dimensions to Control Geometric Parameters [Seite 688]
12.3.2.3 - Reviewing the Differences Between Type and Instance Parameters [Seite 691]
12.3.2.4 - Organizing Solids and Lines in a Family Editor [Seite 695]
12.3.3 - Modeling Techniques in the Family Editor [Seite 700]
12.3.3.1 - Creating an Extrusion [Seite 700]
12.3.3.2 - Creating a Sweep [Seite 702]
12.3.3.3 - Creating a Revolve [Seite 706]
12.3.3.4 - Creating a Blend and Swept Blend [Seite 707]
12.3.3.5 - Nesting Families [Seite 711]
12.3.4 - Troubleshooting Techniques [Seite 714]
12.3.4.1 - Doing a Visibility Check [Seite 714]
12.3.4.2 - Applying Parametric Arrays and Family Type Parameters [Seite 715]
12.3.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 718]
12.4 - Chapter 16 Creating Stairs and Railings [Seite 719]
12.4.1 - Designing Stairs and Railings [Seite 719]
12.4.2 - Reviewing the Key Components of Stairs and Railings [Seite 721]
12.4.2.1 - Reviewing the Basic Rules of Stairs [Seite 721]
12.4.2.2 - Working with Stair Components [Seite 723]
12.4.2.3 - Reviewing the Components of Railings [Seite 723]
12.4.3 - Creating Stairs [Seite 730]
12.4.3.1 - Understanding the Stair Tools [Seite 731]
12.4.3.2 - Using the Components for Customizing Stairs [Seite 736]
12.4.3.3 - Creating Stairs with Other Tools [Seite 750]
12.4.3.4 - Creating Multistory Stairs [Seite 752]
12.4.4 - Annotating Stairs [Seite 754]
12.4.5 - Creating Railings [Seite 756]
12.4.5.1 - Creating a Custom Railing [Seite 759]
12.4.5.2 - Creating Glass Railings with the Curtain Wall Tool [Seite 762]
12.4.6 - Using the Railing Tool for Other Objects [Seite 765]
12.4.7 - The Bottom Line [Seite 769]
13 - Part 5 Documentation [Seite 771]
13.1 - Chapter 17 Detailing Your Design [Seite 773]
13.1.1 - Creating Details [Seite 773]
13.1.1.1 - Using View Types for Detailing [Seite 773]
13.1.1.2 - Working with the Detailing Process [Seite 776]
13.1.2 - Detailing Tools [Seite 777]
13.1.2.1 - Using the Detail Line Tool [Seite 777]
13.1.2.2 - Using the Linework Tool [Seite 778]
13.1.2.3 - Using Filled Regions and Masking Regions [Seite 780]
13.1.2.4 - Adding Detail Components [Seite 785]
13.1.2.5 - Repeating Detail Component [Seite 790]
13.1.2.6 - Using Line-Based Detail Components [Seite 793]
13.1.2.7 - Drafting Insulation [Seite 793]
13.1.2.8 - Creating Detail Groups [Seite 795]
13.1.3 - Adding Detail Components to Families [Seite 796]
13.1.4 - Reusing Details from Other Files [Seite 799]
13.1.4.1 - Using CAD Details [Seite 799]
13.1.4.2 - Using Details from Other Revit Projects [Seite 800]
13.1.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 804]
13.2 - Chapter 18 Documenting Your Design [Seite 807]
13.2.1 - Documenting Plans [Seite 807]
13.2.1.1 - Calculating Space Using Room Objects [Seite 807]
13.2.1.2 - Creating Area Plans [Seite 810]
13.2.1.3 - Adding Area Objects [Seite 815]
13.2.1.4 - Modifying Area Plans [Seite 817]
13.2.2 - Creating Schedules and Legends [Seite 818]
13.2.2.1 - Creating Schedules [Seite 819]
13.2.2.2 - Using Legends [Seite 831]
13.2.3 - Laying Out Sheets [Seite 833]
13.2.3.1 - Adding the Area Plan [Seite 833]
13.2.3.2 - Activating a View [Seite 834]
13.2.3.3 - Using Guide Grids [Seite 835]
13.2.3.4 - Adding the Schedule [Seite 837]
13.2.3.5 - Finishing the Sheet [Seite 838]
13.2.4 - The Bottom Line [Seite 839]
13.3 - Chapter 19 Annotating Your Design [Seite 841]
13.3.1 - Annotating with Text and Keynotes [Seite 841]
13.3.1.1 - Using Text [Seite 841]
13.3.1.2 - Using Keynotes [Seite 846]
13.3.2 - Annotating with Tags [Seite 859]
13.3.2.1 - Inserting Tags [Seite 860]
13.3.2.2 - Using the Tag Toolset [Seite 861]
13.3.3 - Adding Dimensions [Seite 865]
13.3.3.1 - Using Dimension Equality [Seite 867]
13.3.3.2 - Customizing Dimension Text [Seite 868]
13.3.3.3 - Editing Dimension Strings [Seite 870]
13.3.3.4 - Using Alternate Units [Seite 872]
13.3.4 - Annotating with Project and Shared Parameters [Seite 873]
13.3.4.1 - Creating Project Parameters [Seite 874]
13.3.4.2 - Creating Shared Parameters [Seite 878]
13.3.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 886]
14 - Part 6 Construction and Beyond [Seite 889]
14.1 - Chapter 20 Working in the Construction Phase [Seite 891]
14.1.1 - Using Revisions in Your Project [Seite 891]
14.1.1.1 - Creating a Revision Cloud [Seite 891]
14.1.1.2 - Placing Revision Clouds [Seite 895]
14.1.1.3 - Tagging a Revision Cloud [Seite 897]
14.1.1.4 - Disabling the Leader [Seite 897]
14.1.2 - Using Digital Markups [Seite 898]
14.1.2.1 - Publishing to Design Review [Seite 898]
14.1.3 - Modeling for Construction [Seite 904]
14.1.3.1 - Creating Parts [Seite 904]
14.1.3.2 - Modifying Parts [Seite 906]
14.1.3.3 - Scheduling Parts [Seite 913]
14.1.3.4 - Creating Assemblies [Seite 913]
14.1.3.5 - Creating Assembly Views [Seite 915]
14.1.4 - The Bottom Line [Seite 917]
14.2 - Chapter 21 Presenting Your Design [Seite 919]
14.2.1 - Understanding Color Fill Legends [Seite 919]
14.2.1.1 - Making a Color Fill Legend for Rooms [Seite 920]
14.2.1.2 - Customizing a Color Fill Legend [Seite 924]
14.2.1.3 - Modifying Other Settings [Seite 926]
14.2.1.4 - Using Numerical Ranges for Color Schemes [Seite 927]
14.2.2 - Presenting with 3D Views [Seite 930]
14.2.2.1 - Orienting to Other Views [Seite 930]
14.2.2.2 - Annotating 3D Views [Seite 933]
14.2.3 - Editing Viewport Types [Seite 934]
14.2.4 - Creating "Exploded" Axonometric Views [Seite 935]
14.2.5 - The Bottom Line [Seite 941]
14.3 - Chapter 22 Design Analysis [Seite 943]
14.3.1 - Analyzing for Sustainability [Seite 943]
14.3.1.1 - Understanding Energy Modeling [Seite 944]
14.3.1.2 - Using Revit for Energy Simulations [Seite 945]
14.3.2 - Using the Conceptual Energy Analysis Tool [Seite 947]
14.3.2.1 - Setting Up an Energy Analysis [Seite 948]
14.3.2.2 - Running Energy Analysis Simulations [Seite 953]
14.3.2.3 - Understanding the Energy Analysis [Seite 958]
14.3.2.4 - Using Architecture 2030 [Seite 966]
14.3.3 - Understanding Lighting Analysis [Seite 968]
14.3.4 - The Bottom Line [Seite 975]
15 - Part 7 Appendixes [Seite 977]
15.1 - Appendix A The Bottom Line [Seite 979]
15.1.1 - Chapter 1: Understanding the Principles of BIM [Seite 979]
15.1.2 - Chapter 2: Exploring the UI and Organizing Projects [Seite 980]
15.1.3 - Chapter 3: The Basics of the Toolbox [Seite 980]
15.1.4 - Chapter 4: Configuring Templates and Standards [Seite 982]
15.1.5 - Chapter 5: Collaborating with a Team [Seite 983]
15.1.6 - Chapter 6: Working with Consultants [Seite 985]
15.1.7 - Chapter 7: Interoperability: Working Multiplatform [Seite 986]
15.1.8 - Chapter 8: Managing Revit Projects [Seite 987]
15.1.9 - Chapter 9: Advanced Modeling and Massing [Seite 987]
15.1.10 - Chapter 10: Conceptual Design [Seite 988]
15.1.11 - Chapter 11: Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options [Seite 989]
15.1.12 - Chapter 12: Visualization [Seite 990]
15.1.13 - Chapter 13: Creating Walls and Curtain Walls [Seite 991]
15.1.14 - Chapter 14: Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs [Seite 992]
15.1.15 - Chapter 15: Designing with the Family Editor [Seite 993]
15.1.16 - Chapter 16: Creating Stairs and Railings [Seite 994]
15.1.17 - Chapter 17: Detailing Your Design [Seite 995]
15.1.18 - Chapter 18: Documenting Your Design [Seite 996]
15.1.19 - Chapter 19: Annotating Your Design [Seite 997]
15.1.20 - Chapter 20: Working in the Construction Phase [Seite 998]
15.1.21 - Chapter 21: Presenting Your Design [Seite 999]
15.1.22 - Chapter 22: Design Analysis [Seite 1000]
15.2 - Appendix B Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting [Seite 1001]
15.2.1 - Optimizing Performance [Seite 1001]
15.2.2 - Using Best Practices [Seite 1004]
15.2.3 - Quality Control [Seite 1009]
15.2.3.1 - Keeping an Eye on File Size [Seite 1010]
15.2.3.2 - Using Schedules [Seite 1015]
15.2.3.3 - Reviewing Warnings [Seite 1018]
15.2.4 - Other Tips and Shortcuts [Seite 1020]
15.2.5 - Additional Resources [Seite 1023]
15.3 - Appendix C Autodesk Revit Certification [Seite 1025]
16 - Index [Seite 1027]
17 - EULA [Seite 1059]

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