Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Dept. of Echo - Revit Implementation: Workflow Tricks

The most recent AUGIWorld was posted and available yesterday. It is the "Management" issue and I thought I'd take a moment to "shout out" about Aaron Maller's article (works for Beck Group in Dallas).


His is the cover's feature article and title of this post: Revit Implementation: Workflow Tricks. He shares useful insights regarding the Revit 2012's approach to handling the "initialization" information that historically been stored in the Revit.ini file. It's still there sort of...well...read it already! If you deal with this aspect of Revit routinely I'm sure you'll appreciate the information! Good job Aaron!

AUGIWorld High Resolution (30 MB)
AUGIWorld Low Resolution (6.9 MB)
AUGIWorld Read it Online

Since this blog is obviously Revit biased you also find these other helpful Revit focused articles:
  • Managing BIM Coordination – Michael N. Smith discusses the team approach and preparation needed for solid BIM coordination through Navisworks.
  • Revit MEP / Up-front Organization – If you’ve been tagged as the office’s Revit MEP “go to” person, learn how to deliver superior file management. David Raynor offers some tips.
  • So You Want to Implement Revit? – The key to becoming a fully implemented Revit firm can be found in a single word. Let Ibrahim Hakki enlighten you.

2 comments:

Kelly Cone said...

I am SO Glad I didn't have to deal with these changes this year - it was so simple when you could just type a 1 or a 0 and turn off press and drag...

Malleristic-Revitation said...

Im glad you didnt have to dela with them either. Oh wait.... LOL.
=)