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The Revit Clinic: Tagging Electrical Devices with Multiple Circuits

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Monday, 08 March 2010 16:37

At Revit Zone we always try to cover all flavours of Revit. But inevitably the majority of content is based on Revit Architecture. So it's great when we have some MEP or Structure related news. And this post from The Revit Clinic is for all you MEP users out there

"It is not uncommon for electrical devices or light fixtures to be part of two circuits.  Since many of the out-of-the-box Revit MEP devices and lights only contain a single electrical connector, users will add a second connector in order to create two separate power circuits......"

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The Revit Clinic: Transfer Project Standards > View Templates

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Thursday, 04 March 2010 14:13

"Common scenario which can be easy to overlook in Revit; you are using Transfer Project Standards to move View Templates from one project to another.  View Templates can include filters as well, which are listed under the view Visibility/Graphic Overrides > Filters tab......"

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The Revit Clinic: 10 Revit Family Tips

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Thursday, 04 March 2010 14:09

The Revit Clinic's "10 Tips" series always makes a good read. And this one is no exception- with the focus being on Revit Families

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Revit in Plain English: Coordinates, Base Points, Surveys, Linking and Other Confusing Things - Part 1

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Thursday, 04 March 2010 14:04

From the revit in plain english blog............

"If you browse through the forums, blogs, how-to videos and books you will find a wealth of information on the above titled subject. And it's all conflicting. It's just about the most confusing subject you will encounter in Revit. I will now add my voice to the many others......."

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