My engineers in one of the projects I am involved with are happy with me producing the drawing issue sheet from Revit. Having it done this way will eradicate the potential error of manual typing and this will make sure that you are issuing your drawings with the correct drawing revision number/code plus you can track the previous revisions easily.
Here is the link for the video demonstration I created sometime in March last year:
Have a nice day!
Allan Cantos EngTech MICE
BSc. Civil Engineering
Principal Structural Technician
Hello there. It’s me again, Allan Cantos. I trust you are well.
You have seen in my previous post the video recording that I did when I was preparing for my presentation for the 2018 BiLT Conference. I hope you don’t mind the accent (hahaha) but rather look at what you can get from that video recording.
If you missed watching that first part, I highly recommend that you go back to that video first before continuing watching this part 2 to get a better understanding of what happened in the first part.
Here is the link for the first part:
And here is the Part 2 recording:
As a correction, the video recording mentioned about using the latest Dynamo version installed in your machine if you have 2 or 3 versions installed. Actually, I have not tested this in Dynamo 2.x versions yet so it may or may not work. I suggest using Dynamo 1.x versions.
If you need a hard copy of this tutorial, you can download it from the links provided below. I hope you’ll support me in funding the expenses of running this website. It’s my personal online library and it will be yours too.
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I hope you find this video tutorial helpful. Please leave your comment below if you have any questions.
Have a great day!