In this class, we'll cover the creation of Revit templates with focus on using Fabrication Parts in Revit. We'll cover the hows and whys, and, more specifically, focus on managing title blocks, Schedules, Tag Families, Visibility Graphics, and Filters.
- Learn best practices when creating Revit templates
- Learn about editing title blocks
- Learn how to create Fabrication Parts schedules
- Understand visibility graphics and filters to apply service colors
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.
Scott Hendricks heads up Technical Services Delivery for the Fabrication software for Enceptia. He is an experienced instructor and implementation expert for Fabrication CADmep software, Fabrication ESTmep software, and Fabrication CAMduct software. His skills also extend to application development and customization of the Fabrication software, and he is the author of the Enceptia Configuration Pack for the U.S. market, a product that enhances the use of the Fabrication products with Imperial standards. Scott also creates courseware and video training for the Fabrication products. He previously worked for a mechanical, electrical, and plumbing contractor, and he was a union plumber and pipefitter for over 26 years, rising to the position of field supervisor before making the switch to design.