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Converting Revit In-Line Families to Fabrication Parts
Instructional Demo    MSF147925
David Ronson
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Take a deep dive into converting a design intent model into Fabrication LOD 400 content. More specifically we will discuss how to convert things like valves, strainer, and dampers. From creating families to editing the Fabrication database to Design Line button mapping, this class will get technical and is not for the faint of heart! 

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David Ronson is technical advisor for ASTI specializing in the Fabrication Products. He has been on both sides of the fab fence, as former solution specialist supporting the fabrication products, as well as a database administrator utilizing the program in a production manner. His industry and program knowledge are always on full display when it comes to troubleshooting, program issues and his attention to detail makes problem solving easy for all parties involved. David has been involved with Fabrication since the early days of MAP, and is now a premier member of ASTI’s Fabrication Technical team.
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