You’ve been using AutoCAD software to produce your drawings for some time and you have a huge library of details. Now that you’re moving to Revit software, what happens to all these details? You don’t what to just trash them, and you don’t want to re-create them in Revit. In this class, we'll look at the next step in your transition to Revit. We'll see how you can still use details right in your Revit projects, straight from AutoCAD. We’ll look at how we can bring those existing details into Revit and have them be referenced as correct in our projects, as if they were created there. We’ll even look at how to Revit-ize your AutoCAD details to start building a true Revit detail library. So, if not being able to use your details is holding you back from switching to Revit, or you're just not sure how to do it, don’t let this stop you. You don’t have to throw them out—they’re still good.
- Learn how to use AutoCAD details in Revit
- Learn what a Drafting View is in Revit
- Discover Drafting View in Revit
- Learn how to Revit-ize an AutoCAD detail
Tom Tobin is an exceedingly experienced Building Information Modeling (BIM) / CAD / project manager who has demonstrated the ability to lead teams of design professionals in the highly competitive field of architecture and building systems. An early adopter of CAD back in the 1980s, Tobin's strong technical qualifications have been built on a track record of more than 27 years of hands-on CAD use and implementation of technology in many diverse production environments. His background in industry helps him to optimize the use of design technologies to improve workflow and ensure a positive return on technology investments. Tobin has been involved with working on Space Management Solutions for naval facilities, and he is currently working in an architectural firm working with a wide variety of BIM projects. Tobin also holds professional certifications in both AutoCAD Architecture software and Revit Architecture software.