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Revit MEP Articles

  • Tips to Leverage Data Efficiently in Revit MEP

    May 30th, 2012

    Learn to utilize the data associated with the elements in the model with tools inside Revit MEP.
  • The Power of Revit Filters

    May 8th, 2012

    This article demonstrates how understanding the mechanics of filters can help you fine-tune your drawings and improve your models.
  • AUGI Home Page Poll: First Version of Revit

    by Wanderer

    May 3rd, 2012

    We asked our Reviteers what release they used first and found that any given Revit user you meet on our site has about six years of experience with this particular tool. Of course, 22% of AUGI’s Revit users have even more familiarity with it. That is a whole lot of BIMming going on.
  • Plumbing Systems for Well-Documented Flow

    April 2nd, 2012

    Once you get past the initial challenge of learning the plumbing functions in Revit MEP, you're on the road to productivity. This article tackles annotation and engineering.
  • Getting to the Next Level

    by tmshackelford

    February 24th, 2012

    Leveling up when it comes to adopting BIM goes far beyond technical matters. It involves process and cultural changes as well.
  • Get a Grip!

    December 8th, 2011

    Learn to make the symbolic part of a family independent from the modeled component.
  • AUGI Presents Wish List 2011 to Autodesk

    December 7th, 2011

    The AUGI Wish List Top 10 for AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, Revit MEP, Revit Structure, Autodesk Inventor, and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Revit MEP: Strategies for Memory Management

    by David Raynor,

    November 8th, 2011

  • Up-front Organization

    by David Raynor,

    July 25th, 2011

    Being the "go to" person for Autodesk Revit has its own set of responsibilities. Be sure you organize from the start.
  • Revit to PDF: An Interactive Model Viewer

    by paulcrickard792772

    February 20th, 2011

    In this article, you will learn how a 3D PDF can be used as a viewer for Revit models and how to expand their use in your practice.

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