Autodesk Revit: Fundamentals for Interior Design Training

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Autodesk Revit: Fundamentals for Interior Design Training

Interior design fundamentals for Autodesk Revit is specificlally designed to teach interior designers on how to use the BIM tools in Autodesk Revit to model walls, floors, ceilings, levels, placing families to layout interiors, space planning, materials, schedules, rendering and construction drawings.

Course Length: 3 Days

Training Guide Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Autodesk Revit

  • Explain BIM and how Revit fits into the BIM process
  • Describe the various User Interface components and areas
  • Define each of the Revit file types
  • Navigate around a project model

Chapter 2: Modelling Tools and Modify Options

  • Define and use Revit tools and keyboard commands to create a 3D model
  • Work with Revit Families and Types
  • Draft using nodes, snaps, and other drawings aids
  • Modify existing content using various modifying tools
  • Use various selection tools to filter for elements and information

Chapter 3: Levels and Grids

  • Create and Modify Levels and Grids
  • Link CAD files into a project
  • Link Revit Model’s into a project
  • Place Architectural Column’s

Chapter 4: Walls

  • Create, modify, and define new wall types for use in projects
  • Comprehend Instance and Type property information
  • Demonstrate how to use the Modify wall options

Chapter 5: Placing Families: Punched Openings and Components

  • Add Doors and Windows
  • Add Component Families
  • Create and Modify new or existing Revit family types for project use

Chapter 6: Views, Display Options and Settings

  • Create, modify and define various types of views in the project
  • Modify Visual Overrides for elements within a view

Chapter 7: Floors

  • Create and define new Floor Types
  • Modify existing Floor Types
  • Define floor contours and slope definitions

Chapter 8: Ceilings

  • Create and define new Ceiling Types
  • Modify existing Ceiling Types
  • Define Ceiling grid and modify spacing and rotation

Chapter 9: Curtain Walls

  • Define Curtain Walls and understand best use of the tools
  • Apply, modify, and create curtain wall grids, mullions, and panels
  • Use Curtain Walls to create Storefronts within the model

Chapter 10: Annotation: Documents & Deliverables

  • Use text, dimensions, detail items, and tags to create project deliverables
  • Establish project construction information

Chapter 11: Detailing in Revit

  • Create drafting views for use with detail creation
  • Add Views and utilize AutoCAD information for coordination
  • Define legends for Revit and understand best use of them
  • Create multiple legend types for various uses

Chapter 12: Space Planning

  • Add and arrange Room’s into new layout
  • Analyse Space locations in design
  • Define Area elements for project programming
  • Create and Refine colour fill plans for clarification

Chapter 13: Materials as Finishes

  • Navigate Materials Browser
  • Organize and assign materials to content
  • Update specified project specific materials
  • Organize Materials Library
  • Build custom project materials
  • Share custom materials library

Chapter 14: Schedules

  • Organize rooms into schedules
  • Build component lists to refine content
  • Access and allocate finishes to component materials

 Chapter 15: Lighting, Rendering and Presentations

  • Create camera views for rendering and presentation views
  • Create lighting scheme with standard and custom lighting components
  • Apply lighting groups to projects
  • Manage Rendering via dialogue window

Chapter 16: Sheets

  • Comprehend sheet use, creation, and manipulation
  • Add views and content to sheets
  • Prepare sheets for size and scale
  • Add project-specific content
  • Print in Revit

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Autodesk Inventor: Fundamentals Training

Autodesk Inventor Professional 3D mechanical CAD software

Autodesk Inventor: Introduction to Solid Modeling Training

This introductory course for Autodesk Inventor Professional covers the fundamental topics for 2D sketching, 3D part and assembly modelling, 2D detailing and bills of materials.

Course Overview

  • 16-Hours – 8 x 2-hour sessions
  • Remote training over MS Teams
  • Sessions are recorded and download links for each session are provide for future use
  • Training for up to 1-3 People
  • Sessions can start within 7 days upon placing an order
  • Flexible sessions (i.e. consecutive or Monday, Wednesday, Friday, etc.)
  • Courses are private and topics can be customised to suit
  • Training manuals are additional $159 each for soft copy

Training Guide Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Autodesk Inventor

  • Introduction
  • Autodesk Inventor Fundamentals
  • Getting Started
  • Autodesk Inventor Interface
  • Model Manipulation

Chapter 2: Creating the Base Feature

  • Creating a New Part File
  • Sketched Base Features
  • Editing Sketched Features

Chapter 3: Additional Sketching Tools

  • Additional Entity Types
  • Basic Editing Tools
  • Additional Constraint Tools
  • Additional Dimension Tools

Chapter 4: Advanced Sketch Editing Tools

  • Advanced Editing Tools
  • Rectangular Sketch Patterns
  • Circular Sketch Patterns
  • Sketch Preferences

Chapter 5: Sketched Secondary Features

  • Sketched Secondary Features
  • Using Existing Geometry

Chapter 6: Creating Pick and Place Features

  • Edge Chamfer
  • Constant Fillets
  • Variable Fillets
  • Face Fillets
  • Full Round Fillets
  • Holes
  • Threads
  • Editing Pick and Place Features
  • Creation Sequence

 Chapter 7: Work Features

  • Work Planes
  • Work Axes
  • Work Points

Chapter 8: Equations

  • Equations
  • Parameters

Chapter 9: Additional Features

  • Face Draft
  • Splitting a Face or Part
  • Shells
  • Ribs

Chapter 10: Model and Display Manipulation

  • Reordering Features
  • Inserting Features
  • Suppressing Features
  • Section Views
  •  Design Views

Chapter 11: Fixing Problems

  • Sketch Failure
  • Feature Failure

Chapter 12: Sweep Features

  • Sweep Features

Chapter 13: Loft Features

  • Rail and Centre Line Lofts
  • Advanced Loft Options

Chapter 14: Duplication Tools

  • Rectangular Feature Patterns
  • Circular Feature Patterns
  • Sketched Driven Patterns
  • Mirror Parts or Features
  • Manipulate Patterns and Mirror Features

Chapter 15: Feature Relationships

  • Establishing Relationships
  • Controlling Relationships
  • Investigating Relationships
  • Changing Relationships

Chapter 16: Assembly Environment

  • Assembling Components Using Constraints
  • Assemble Mini-Toolbar
  • Content Centre
  • Assembly Browser
  • Saving Files

Chapter 17: Joint Connections

  • Assembling Components Using Joints

Chapter 18: Manipulating Assembly Display

  • Moving and Rotating Assembly Components
  • Suppressing Constraints
  • Component Display
  • Selection Options in Assemblies

Chapter 19: Model Information

  • Measurement Tools
  • Model Properties

Chapter 20: Presentation Files

  • Creating Presentations
  • Storyboards
  • Snapshot Views
  • Publishing a Presentation File

Chapter 21: Assembly Tools

  • Replacing Components
  • Duplicating Components
  • Restructuring Components
  • Driving Constraints
  • Contact Solver
  • Interference
  • Error Recovery

 Chapter 22: Assembly Parts and Features

  • Assembly Parts
  • Assembly Features

Chapter 23: Assembly Bill of Materials

  • Create Virtual Components
  • Create Bill of Materials

Chapter 24: Working With Projects

  • Project Files
  • Resolving Links

Chapter 25: Drawing Basics

  • Creating a New Drawing
  • Base and Projected Views
  • Additional Drawing Views
  • Manipulating Views

Chapter 26: Detailing Drawings

  • Dimensions
  • Drawing Sheets
  • Parts List
  • Balloons
  • Styles and Standards
  • Hatching

Chapter 27: Drawing Annotations

  • Text
  • Symbols
  • Hole and Thread Notes
  • Chamfer Notes
  • Centre Marks and Centre Lines
  • Hole Tables
  • Revision Tables and Tags

Chapter 28: Customising Autodesk Inventor

  • Application Options
  • Document Settings
  • File Properties
  • Changing Part Units
  • Command Customization

 Appendix A: Sketching Options

  • Sketch Geometry Creation Options
  • Sketch Editing Options
  • Sketch Constraint Options
  • Dimension Type Options

Appendix B: Primitive Base Features

  • Primitive Base Features

Appendix C: Additional Practices I Appendix D: Effective Modelling

  • Design Considerations
  • Modelling Tips and Techniques
  • Model Investigation

Appendix E: Additional Practices II Appendix F: Autodesk Inventor Certification Exam Objectives

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