Stop using that old AutoCAD and Make the Move to Revit Architecture

Revit Architecture is transforming how architectural models are designed and documented and if you are still using AutoCAD, it is time to upgrade to the world's leading architectural software.

Revit is the newest and most technologically advanced BIM application, and it’s under constant development. What began as a single tool for architects has expanded to include structural and mechanical engineers. The evolution of the Revit software platform will continue. As with any new technology, you’ll run into problems, get flustered, and no doubt pull out some hair. That said, no other application on the market delivers the advantages of BIM as well as Revit does.

Consider this for a moment: Most other architectural products in today’s market are based on technology that is 20+ years old, whereas Revit is a new technology that was designed from the ground up as a BIM tool to specifically address the AEC industry. From its inception, Revit has had the goal of improving design communication, coordination, and change management. It has a patented parametric change engine that is unmatched in sophistication. It’s also the leading software package in the international market. Revit is not the only BIM package out there, but we feel it offers the most holistic approach.

As you complete more projects with Revit, you’ll begin to understand some of its advanced functionality. In this book, we’ll delve into advanced concepts and guide you through some really cool features. We’ll touch on the fact that Revit is now a technological platform that supports architectural, structural, and mechanical disciplines. The fact that you can share a model with your structural and mechanical, engineering, and plumbing (MEP) engineers is an exciting new prospect, and one that will continue to drive changes in process. (Mastering Revit)

Making the Move from AutoCAD to Revit Architecture

Introcuction to Revit Architecture

I’m relatively new in using Revit Architecture myself and I found it much easier, simpler and faster than AutoCAD but i can share what i know with you so if you are interested we can start an introductory course here. Just email me or comment on this post. Here’s one of the videos that I can share with you if required

Or you can just buy it from amazon, as i did

1 comment:

  1. Haven't heard about Revit Architecture, but it sounds great and powerful!!