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Friday, February 27, 2009

The Student to Student Revit Guide - Part 3 - Foundations & Stepped Footings

Topics discussed:

- Foundation Walls
- Foundation Footings
- Creating a Stepped Footing

12 comments:

Juan Carlos said...

Great tutorial, just a tip, when you highlight a wall you can hit the TAB key and it will select all the connected walls . that way you don't have to click on each wall, which can become time consuming

The Revit Kid said...

I try not to use all the short cuts and speed through it when I am explaining something, haha otherwise someone who doesn't know revit well will be completely lost.

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Juan Carlos said...

You make a good point.

Anonymous said...

pretty scattered tutorial.
you should gather yourself and redo it!

The Revit Kid said...

Anonymous, thank you for your comment. I am new to blogging and screencasting. Please email me personally about what I can change and improve. I am open to comments and new ideas that will help my readers better understand.

Richter mutt said...

Dear Revit kid,

You have saved my job and possibly my career. Superb tutorial! Donation after payday!

R

Anonymous said...

Nice Job! Just what I needed to feel comfortable with stepped footings. I liked your method better than the other one by Cadclips

Anonymous said...

nice tutorial. i recently started refreshing revit since i learnt it and haven't used it recently and ur tutorials are a real boon.

Anonymous said...

Is this the same method for Revit 2011 if not can u post a video showing how to do it in 2011 thanks :)

Anonymous said...

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