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Archiving Revit Projects

Philip Charlson on Sep 7, 2017 11:03:00 AM

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Archiving a Revit Project

There are many companies out there that are working in Revit. Now whether its architecture, MEP or structure all companies need to know what to do with a project when they are completed with it. The question becomes to archive a Revit project and get it to a safe location. Below are directions for a couple common scenarios when a project has been completed within Revit.

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Revit MEP 2018 Project Setup Procedure

Philip Charlson on Jul 24, 2017 7:16:00 AM

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Revit for MEP can be a powerful tool for engineers, designers, and contractors across the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) disciplines and getting your project setup properly from the beginning can play a critical role in its success. The following instructions will help guide you through setting up a Revit MEP 2018 project from scratch to where an architectural model is linked into an MEP project.

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Revit MEP and Troublesome P-traps

Philip Charlson on Jul 29, 2015 11:08:00 AM

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Revit MEP has been around for quite a few years now but Autodesk has still not discovered a great way to attach a P-trap to the different plumbing fixtures you want in your projects. If you have tried placing one of these p-traps you find that it typically faces the wrong direction and sometimes doesn’t connect to a pipe at all.

I recently found an easier way to add these p-traps to your systems so that they display correctly when you create your plumbing isometrics.

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