I finally was able to create Video 5 of my Series of Plumbing design with Revit. Since I had lost my previews tutorial drawings for Video 04. I improvised by using another set of floor plans to continue with the tutorial. Also, as part of the tutorial I’m showing how to create a basic Revit family to connect two different systems such as sanitary and venting.
I hope you find it beneficial.
Here I am again. I’m posting some more information with regards to Revit and how to use it for Plumbing Design.
After a couple of months I finally had an opportunity to create a new video on Revit for plumbing design. I did a brief review of the previous 2 videos and showed how to get more comfortable with Revit specially for AutoCAD Users. One of the features that make it easier is short cuts. I will make the files available for you to dissect. Hope you enjoy it.
Vlog 03 – Revit Plumbing design.
Here is an other Video on Revit configuration before you start designing Plumbing systems in it. Enjoy.
Hello, I have not really posted much in a while. This is a quick upload on one Item I’ve been working on for a Client. With the AEC industry rapidly moving towards the use of Autodesk Revit (in all its flavors) I had model Sovent Fittings for Revit MEP in particular.
If interested here is a link to the files:
Here is a sample of a plumbing design I’m working on. This is a special system call Sovent that greatly helps in simplifying the installation and on the engineering side. I designed it in 3D with proper fall on the piping without the need of third party applications like the ones I show in my portfolio. This was done with straight AutoCAD.