Revit is the leading platform for designing technical installations in BIM and VDC projects. It gives MEP engineers the opportunity to take full control over their design and includes great basic functionalities like sectioning, viewing, (auto)routing, and connecting elements. At the same time, the platform can be complex to work with at first, especially when designing MEP systems.
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So, we've collected the top 10 tips that will help you to take full control over your MEP design in Revit.
Whether you are just starting out or already have years of experience with the platform, this guide will help you to work with Revit like a pro.
This guide covers the following topics:
1. Organizing your project browser
2. Useful keyboard shortcuts
3. How to edit systems quickly
4. Working with Revit groups
5. Cleaning up links
6. + 5 more useful tips
Fill out the form above to access your free guide today- and learn 10 new ways in which you can increase your design speed in Revit immediately.
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