Best Practice for using Revit

Best Practice for using Revit


  • Set up levels first
  • Use Grids!
  • Walls creation with location line in mind.
  • Pin down the grids!  And possibly a few other things
  • Think before you delete
  • Use elevation and section far clip
  • Close unused views
  • Don’t over constrain
  • Don’t explode imported CAD files
  • Delete or unload unused DWGs
  • Use Detail components (blocks) wherever possible, rather than drafting lines
  • Purge unused elements
  • Turn off shadows



Author: revitschool

Got Inspired By the Words of a Close Friend and Started This.

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