Back and updated for the 2013 release, we are going to help you take your AutoCAD Revit MEP software to the next level. In this intermediate class you will learn how to get piping accessories (such as valves) to look the way you want for single-line and double-line piping. We will also look at how to define electrical panel schedules to match what the code reviewers want. For HVAC designers, we will explain how to create some nifty custom fittings. Finally, there are the fast tips for all users—everyday tasks made easy for your Revit MEP projects. If you've ever been to one of these classes, be prepared! This one's going to be as informative as it is fun!
- Customize duct fittings for unusual parts and connections
- List productivity tips for day-to-day use
- Edit piping accessory view behavior for schematic/single/double line graphics
- Edit electrical panel schedules and shared parameters specific for electrical loads
David is a BIM Specialist for Gannett Fleming, a multi-discipline engineering firm based in Camp Hill, PA, with 60 offices in the US and overseas. Based in the Raleigh, NC office, he provides BIM Implementation and training for the firm's engineering design software, including Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD MEP/P&ID and more. He has 27 years of experience in both the design and Autodesk VAR channel, spending 13 years working as an instructor and consultant for the Autodesk building design product line. David also worked as a training manager while in the channel, and was a member of the Autodesk ATC Advisory Board for 2009-10. He is a Revit Architecture Certified Professional, and also earned the MEP Implementation Certified Expert title. David has spoken at AU for several years, and was named the Top Speaker for both labs and lectures at AU 2011. As an author, he also contributes to 4D Technology's CADLearning training programs and has written several training manuals on Revit MEP.