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Linking RISA Software with Revit 2017: Beyond the Basics
Instructional demo    ES20488
Matt Brown
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Description

The Link between RISA software and Revit software has existed for more than a decade now, and has seen widespread adoption in the structural engineering community. As the Link evolves, it continues to make the integration more tight and effective between structural analysis and Building Information Modeling (BIM). However, users of the RISA-Revit Link may not already be aware of the full array of features that the Link provides, beyond simple import/export capabilities. This class aims to teach the user about advanced troubleshooting and workflow techniques to improve their use of the RISA-Revit Link, with the aim of cutting down on errors and frustration. Also included will be a sneak peek at the RISAConnection-Revit Link which is currently under development, and which will enable users to get Steel Connection Design software for their Revit model. This session features Revit and Revit Structure. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to resolve common errors in linking models
  • Learn how to comfortably use advanced features of the RISA-Revit Link
  • Understand complex workflows between RISA and Revit
  • See the future of Steel Connection Design in Revit

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Matt joined RISA Technologies in 2008 and is responsible for technical support, training and testing of new products. Prior to joining RISA Technologies, Matt was a project engineer for Harley Ellis Devereaux, a jumbo A/E firm based in Detroit. Matt has designed and modeled a number of structures ranging from steel framed hospitals to a concrete flat slab high-rise. Prior to working at HED, Matt worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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