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Re: So how long has everybody been using Revit???

PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2015 9:07 am
by nikdevlin
When I say 'liking it' I mean of course 'liking it some days and tearing my hair out other days'! The job I'm on is only just Stage C, so a lot of what I'm doing is speculative and abortive, but I like the fact that I can use a lot of placeholders. It's an American project, so one thing I've found where Revit scores over MSTN is that it's waaaaay easier to use Imperial dims, grid, levels, building entities etc etc...

Re: So how long has everybody been using Revit???

PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2015 9:24 am
by Revit Zone
nikdevlin wrote:When I say 'liking it' I mean of course 'liking it some days and tearing my hair out other days'! The job I'm on is only just Stage C, so a lot of what I'm doing is speculative and abortive, but I like the fact that I can use a lot of placeholders. It's an American project, so one thing I've found where Revit scores over MSTN is that it's waaaaay easier to use Imperial dims, grid, levels, building entities etc etc...


Oh...... the old "tearing your hair out" stage of Revit!!!! Dont worry- you'll still have those days YEARS from now :roll:

Regards,
Ian

Re: So how long has everybody been using Revit???

PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:35 am
by puaa001
I've been using revit for 7 months and i'm still learning from here..

Re: So how long has everybody been using Revit???

PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:05 am
by StephenH
A year and 2 months here :)

Re: So how long has everybody been using Revit???

PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:12 am
by Revit Zone
Hi!!!!

I can't believe you guys are still using these (my) Forums!!!!! So pleased you are still finding value. I don't publish any new articles on Revit Zone anymore (from about 2.5 years ago)- all my new Revit stuff is posted over at BIMscape.com. I have active Forums there to. There's a commpletely free 84 part Revit Course for everyone who takes out a free account. This may be of interest to you guys.

Once again many thanks for your interest in Revit Zone and (potentially) in BIMscape.

Kind regards,
Ian