Introduction to Architectural Revit Software Learning
Revit, Autodesk’s BIM-based software, is a program that everyone in the construction industry has heard of at least once. Architects, designers, structural and civil engineers, environmental engineers, and many more professionals use Revit while working. One of the prerequisites for working in large construction companies is to have a knowledge of this software. In short, there is no reason for you not to start learning this program today.
Revit program is compatible with all Autodesk based programs and can be transferred easily. When the Revit program is used correctly and effectively, it shortens the time you spend in programs. While drawing your project plan, it will provide you great convenience in transferring your project into different programs and seeing the project you have created from many angles, as the cross-section, view, and model are also formed. You will also need it throughout your academic life and will also be at the top of the skills you will add to your portfolio in your business life. Mostly, some offices prefer people who can only use Revit because it is an important program that provides ease of use even though it is challenging to learn. Revit program is used in most of the architecture and interior architecture offices in the world.
You will learn Revit by drawing the plans, sections, views, model, and environment of a project, and finally you will create a project for your portfolio. When you complete the course, you will have learned and used the Revit program in the best way for interior architecture and architectural education in BackStudio Milan.
Creating two-dimensional drawings by exploring the AutoCAD interface
Using the mouse practically, keyboard tricks, and enter key to work quickly and efficiently in AutoCAD
Creating lines, polylines, circles, and rectangles, etc.
Organizing your drawing with layers such as layer states, properties, and essential tools
Starting with simple drawings using necessary commands
Polar and Ortho tracking, entering coordinates and angles, object snaps and tracking
Make changes with essential commands such as move, duplicate, twist, reflector, and scale using the reference options
Using template files (.dwt) to make new drawings and exploring what settings and elements saved with templates
Advanced object types such as polyline, arcs, polygons, ellipses, spline
Editing commands such as trim and extend, fillet and chamfer, polyline edit and spline, offset and explode, join, pedit
Finalizing your project with setting up a layout and using layouts and viewpoints, scaling viewpoints
Creating a new project with enough tools or developing an existing project with productivity with measurements
Command tricks and shortcuts
Using blocks and groups effectively
Templates, layouts, annotation, and styles
Using external references
Publishing, plot styles, sheet sets, and collaboration with other programs
Techniques that a person has difficulty using
Developing design skills with AutoCAD
Understanding of scale regarding the work
Understanding a series of different strategies to solve obstacles concerning the brief.