To maintain competitive advantage, more and more structural engineers are trying to find a way to capitalize on their Building Information Modeling (BIM) data for steel detailing and fabrication. This class will explore how Advance Steel detailing software is proving to be the missing link that lets structural engineers capitalize on their Revit Structure models for steel detailing and fabrication. You will also learn how to use Connection Vault in Advance Steel to create automated steel connections on structural members imported from Revit software. You will then learn how to create the automated fabrication and erection drawings and NC files. This class will also show how the bidirectional sync between Revit and Advance Steel lets you bring any Revit changes into Advance Steel software or validate Advance Steel models in Revit software.
- Learn how to export a Revit Structure model and import it into Advance Steel
- Learn how to create automated steel connections between the members imported from Revit
- Learn how to generate automated fabrication drawings and NC files
- Learn how to use Sync to review and import any Revit changes into Advance Steel or validate Advance Steel model in Revit
I am a qualified Mechanical Engineer with more than 18 years of experience of working in the design industry. I am currently working as the National Technical Manager - Named Accounts, with Cadgroup Australia. I am the author of the Up and Running with Autodesk Navisworks and Up and Running with Autodesk Advance Steel series of textbooks. Visit the Authored Textbook page of my website www.deepakmaini.com to know about these books. I am a regular speaker at Autodesk University in Las Vegas USA and was awarded as the "Best Speaker" in the "Instructional Demo" category at AU Las Vegas 2017. I am also one of the "Top Rated Speakers" for last four years in a row. I am also rated among the "Top Speakers" at various BILT conferences in ANZ and Asia. I am one of the lead presenters at various events showcasing the latest Autodesk technology all around Australia and Asia and am regularly invited to present at various User Group events in the region. I am also privileged to be the guest lecturer at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and University of New South Wales (UNSW), two of the biggest universities in Australia.