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View Range Revit mep

The three major components of View Range settings are the Top, Bottom, and Cut Plane of a view. For a floor plan, Top defines the elevation from which the model is being viewed. Bottom is the extent to which the model is being viewed from the Top setting. In other …

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visibility Settings for Template views Revit mep

There are many parameters for view properties that can be set by default. It is best to keep things simple by setting the most common parameters that will determine the general style of the view. Visibility settings are the most important to any view because you want to see what …

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Choosing How to Display Each view Revit mep

Once you have established the types and number of views to include in your template, you can set the properties that determine the display characteristics of the view. These settings will be the default, or baseline, settings because the need to change them occurs regularly while working in a project. …

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Creating a Working view Revit mep

A very useful type of view to create is typically called a working view. This type of view is the same as the views that will be used on construction documents, but the settings are different so 30| Chapter 2 CreatInGan effeCtIve projeCt teMplatethat more or less of the model …

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Plan Types Revit mep

Views should be created in your template for each of the types of views to be used. These are generally determined by the Sub-Discipline property of the views. Whether your template is multidiscipline or single, a floor plan should be created at each level for each subdiscipline type. When creating …

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Number of Levels Revit mep

Another important consideration is the number of levels to include in a template. A view should be created for each level, so it is important to decide on how many to start a project with. If you work primarily on two- or three-story buildings, it may be best to have …

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Sorting views within Groups Revit mep

Once you have established what types of views will be grouped together, you can determine how the views will be sorted in their respective groups. View Name is most often used, because ultimately you have to find the view for which you are looking in the Project Browser. Views can …

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Determining Which views Are Grouped Together Revit mep

Every view within a project belongs to a design discipline. The discipline property of a view is the most common property used for the first level of grouping. Revit MEP uses only two disciplines for MEP engineering: Mechanical and Electrical. Although the architectural and structural model components display in a …

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Understanding the Project Browser Organization Revit mep

How you keep your project organized within Revit′s Project Browser will go a long way toward efficiency in the workflow of a project. Having a consistent Project Browser organization will make working on several projects at once easier. You always want to know where to find specific types of views …

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