A short video explaining how it’s done:
Worksharing display was added to Revit a few releases ago, but it still seems to be rather under-used.
Which is a shame, really – it’s easy to use, and when set up properly can give users quite a bit more insight as to what’s going on in a Workshared project.
Today I decided it was a good day to try to start learning something new. Simulation is getting to be a bigger and bigger deal with Building Information Models. I downloaded and installed Autodesk CFD 2016 from our subscription site, and our IT Director got a license file and added it to our existing license file on the server. Upon launching CFD I got this lovely message:
Yes, Virginia – it happens to us, too…
I have begun creating a series of video tutorials to supplement our standard Revit classes. The first one is done and posted to Enceptia’s YouTube […]
Revit Update 4 (or Revit R2) is now available for subscription customers:
To download, go to your subscription site and check the listings for […]
Autodesk has updated the model performance technical note – it’s got tons of information on how to get the most out of your Revit installation […]