Learn advanced skills capitalizing on the new Fabrication functionality in Revit 2017 software. Using Revit schedules, assemblies, tags, views, interference checking, and new features in Revit 2017 software, we can produce fabrication documentation inside of the Revit software interface, which enables us to be fully coordinated with design consultants. While Fabrication Parts was introduced in 2016, it was in Revit 2017 software that they became fully functional while remaining in a single interface. We’ll cover how to model using Fabrication Parts; how to convert the design model into Fabrication Parts; how to use assembly views to create spools sheets and details; how to annotate Fabrication Parts in plan view and 3D; how to coordinate with other consultants in Revit software; how new Revit 2017 software features relate to Fabrication Parts; and how to import existing as-built conditions from Fabrication CADmep software into a new renovation project. This session features Revit and Fabrication CADmep.
- Discover how to use Fabrication Parts in Revit
- Learn how to create spool sheets using Revit Assemblies
- Learn how to annotate Fabrication Parts in Revit
- Learn how to create material takeoffs
Nicholas Bowley has 12 years of experience in the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) design industry. He has been with IMAGINiT for 2 years providing consulting, training, and support services.