Revit allows you to manage the appearance of your Project Browser. You can group and sort it and filter what you don’t want to see in your current task. If you need more than just the default parameter, you can add your parameter. It gives you more flexibility to find your views easier.
You can export line types from an AutoCAD file to .lin file with LINOUT utility. Get the download link and how to use it here.
You can create a custom decimal separator for dimension using Properties Palette then save it as a new dimension style. You can also use scale factor to convert the dimension unit.
Bricsys released a new 3D modeling tool that you can use for free. It is similar to Sketchup and FormIt, but it’s free and it’s a desktop app.
This infographic shows the steps you need to take to master AutoCAD. Because it’s not the skill you can have overnight. It is a professional tool for professionals!
You can update the Revit Families thumbnail to allow you choose a particular family easier. It also makes the thumbnail more attractive. See how it works manually and how you can do it with this add-in.
This week we recommend the SourceCAD as your AutoCAD learning resource. It provides free contents and paid tutorials. You can also pay for the lifetime access to all published and future tutorials at an affordable price!
You can make block attribute always readable by using Annotative Text Style. It doesn’t matter if you rotate the block. The text orientation will not change!