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Quick Look Course Summary:Autodesk Revit Structure Essentials Course
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  • Length: 3 day(s)

  • Price (at your venue): 1 Person R 16,700.00 EX VAT 3 Person R 11,644.28 EX VAT 10 Person R 7,836.00 EX VAT

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    Autodesk Revit Structure Essentials Course

    Course Introduction

    In this course students will learn the basics of Autodesk Revit Structure. Topics include: Tools for analysis, parametric design, and documentation. Students will also be introduced to Building Information Modelling concepts and the basic features of Autodesk Revit Structure.

    Course Outline

    1. Introduction to Autodesk Structure Essentials
    Options and Settings for Sketches
    Sketching basics
    Creating a Sketch in a New Part
    Sketch Constraints
    Gaining sketch skills
    Creating sketches from AutoCAD Geometry
    Creating and sung 3D sketches
    Best Practices for working with sketches

    2. Advanced Modelling Techniques
    Creating complex sweeps and lofts
    Creating multi-body parts
    Creating derived parts and assemblies
    Working with patterns
    Setting iProperties and parameters
    Adding part tolerances
    Troubleshooting failures with the End-of-Part Marker

    3. Sheet Metal
    Understanding Sheet-Metal parts
    Getting to know the features

    4. Using Sheet-Metal Templates and Rule
    Working with the flat pattern
    Using Sheet-Metal iPart factories
    Modelling with Non-Sheet-Metal features
    Working with imported parts
    Annotating your Sheet-Metal design

    5. Reusing Parts and Features
    Working with iParts
    Working with iFeatures
    Reusing existing geometry

    6. Assembly Design Workflow
    Assembly relationships
    Understanding subassemblies
    Top-Down design
    Assembly features
    Managing the Bill of Materials
    Assembly reuse and configurations
    Use assembly design accelerators
    Simplifying parts

    7. Large Assembly Strategies
    Selecting a workstation
    Working with performance settings
    Large assembly best practices
    Managing assembly detail

    8. Weldment Design
    Exploring weldment design methodologies
    Modelling preparations
    Exploring cosmetic welds
    Creating weld beads
    Creating fillet welds
    Creating groove welds
    Performing machining operations
    Exploring weld properties and combinations
    Using the weld symbol
    Understanding bead property report and mass properties
    Creating drawing documentation
    Generating a Bill of Materials and part list

    9. Presentations and Exploded Views
    Working in the presentation environment
    Creating advanced presentations
    Creating and sharing assembly instructions

    10. Documentation
    Using the drawing manager
    Creating templates and styles
    Utilizing drawing resources
    Editing styles and standards
    Creating drawing views
    Annotation part drawings
    Annotating assembly drawings
    Working with Sheet-Metal drawings
    Working with iParts and iAssembly drawings
    Sharing your drawings outside your workgroup

    11. Tools Overview
    Exploring the BIM exchange
    Design Assistant
    The drawing resource transfer wizard
    The style library manager
    Task scheduler
    Measure tools
    Miscellaneous tools

    12. Exchanging Data With Other Systems
    Importing and exporting geometry
    Using inventor file translators
    Working with Imported data and using Inventor fusion
    Viewing DWF mark-up

    13. Frame Generator
    Accessing frame generator tools
    Exploring the frame generator file structure
    Exploring the anatomy of a frame member
    Inserting frame members
    Adding end treatments
    Maintaining frames
    Performing calculations and analysis
    Publishing frame members
    Frame assemblies and BOM’s

    14. Inventor Studio
    Exploring Inventor Studio
    Creating and Managing Styles
    Animating with Inventor Studio

    15. Stress Analysis and Dynamic Simulation
    Introduction to Analysis
    Conducting stress analysis simulations
    Conducting dynamic simulations
    Exporting to FEA
    Using the dynamic simulation information in Stress Analysis

    16. Routed Systems
    Tube and Pipe
    Cable and Harness

    17. Plastic Design Features
    Thicken and Offset features
    Shell features
    Split features
    Grill features
    Rule fillet features
    Rest features
    Boss features
    Lip and groove features
    Snap fit features
    Rib and web features
    Draft features
    Mold design overview

    18. iLogic
    Understanding the iLogic Element and Interface.
    Creating iLogic Parameters, Rules and Forms

    Course Duration

    3 day/s

    Who should attend

    This course is intended for users working with Autodesk Revit.

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