Transitioning from AutoCAD to Revit presents challenges and new learning curves. While it might seem that embracing Revit means leaving AutoCAD behind and disconnecting from industry peers who still use it, this perspective is not entirely proper. Both software tools can coexist, and Autodesk is at the forefront of industry evolution, ensuring smooth and conscious transitions. You can incorporate AutoCAD details into your Revit project using various methods, including long-term, mid-term, and temporary solutions. Some approaches are more effective than others and may even lead to issues. We will guide you through a step-by-step process to efficiently utilize existing AutoCAD details and convert them seamlessly into Revit. We will outline the most efficient approach to utilize AutoCAD architectural backgrounds for MEP modeling, harnessing the full potential of these two software tools working in tandem. Prior Revit knowledge is desired.
- How to convert details from AutoCAD to Revit
- Do's and don'ts when importing DWG files into Revit.
- How to model MEP with architectural CAD backgrounds.
- Do's and don'ts when working with architectural CAD backgrounds.