In this Revit Architecture tutorial, we learn how to work with views and working with view navigations.
This is the second of Revit tutorial series on CAD Notes. If you new to Revit, you might want to see the first tutorial: introduction to Revit Architecture. I believe that first thing you should getting familiar with, when learning Revit is the interface. Sure, all Windows compliant software might look and taste the same. […]
This post is the first of ‘Revit for beginners’ tutorial series. If you want to learn Revit, I hope this tutorial will be useful. And I hope will be easy to follow. My English is poor, but I hope understandable :D I will use metric for unit, common unit I use. So let’s get started. […]
Do you feel that the AutoCAD palettes are taking too much space? You can optimize the placement to save your desktop real estate!
When you try to save or open an AutoCAD drawing, you don’t see the file dialog box. Only commands on command line or dynamic input. What is wrong?
Do you often need to send your AutoCAD drawing files? Sometimes you left your reference file behind? Sometimes I receive an AutoCAD file that referenced to other file, but they didn’t send the reference file. Or they burnt all the files in to a cd, but the reference paths are broken. Not to mention other […]
Don’t like AutoCAD Dynamic Input? There are some advantages of using it. You may love it after you know them!
Working with many AutoCAD layers? Need to check if your objects are placed in correct layer quickly? With Layer Walk you can do it visually, quickly.