Bruce Harris

TPM Application Engineer, AEC

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Four Minute Friday: Detail Conversion and Management

[fa icon="calendar'] September 28, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Four Minute Friday: Changing and Updating a Duct Style in Revit MEP

[fa icon="calendar'] June 22, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Four Minute Friday: Electrical Wire Path

[fa icon="calendar'] April 13, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, Four Minute Friday

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Welcome to this week's Four Minute Friday! Today, we will show you how to modify wire paths to produce more accurate wire lengths in Revit MEP.

 

Thank you for joining us for today's Four Minute Friday. If you enjoyed today's video, be sure to check out this video where we introduce Revit Live.

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Four Minute Friday: How To Create Electrical Fixture Labels

[fa icon="calendar'] March 23, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, AEC

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This Four minute Friday shows how to create Electrical Fixture Labels for use in both Horizontal and Vertical directions. This is part 1 in a 2 part series. Part 2 will concentrate on a tag that contains the label to allow more versatility in the placement of the label.

Thank you for joining us for today's Four Minute Friday. If you enjoyed today's video, be sure to check out this video where you will learn how to create and assign a filter to make it easy to see which electrical fixtures have been circuited and which have not.

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Four Minute Friday: Electrical Fixture Labels for Use in Both Horizontal & Vertical Dimensions

[fa icon="calendar'] March 09, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, AEC

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This Four minute Friday shows how to create Electrical Fixture Labels for use in both Horizontal and Vertical directions. This is part 1 in a 2 part series. Part 2 will concentrate on a tag that contains the label to allow more versatility in the placement of the label.

 

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Four Minute Friday: How to Create An Electrical Symbol Legend in Revit MEP

[fa icon="calendar'] February 16, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, AEC

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How to Create An Electrical Symbol Legend in Revit MEP

Welcome to today's Four Minute Friday where we show you tips and techniques for everyday tasks! Today we will show you how to create an Electrical Symbol Legend in Revit MEP. 

 

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Four Minute Friday: Importing PDF Files As Objects In AutoCAD

[fa icon="calendar'] January 19, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, AEC

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How to Import PDF Files As Objects In AutoCAD

In today's Four Minute Friday, Bruce Harris, TPM Application Engineer, will show you how to import files as objects in AutoCAD.

Let's head over to AutoCAD and get going! 

 

 

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Revit MEP Isometric Plumbing Tips and Tricks

[fa icon="calendar'] December 15, 2017 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, AEC

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Today's Four Minute Friday video shows many tips and tricks to produce a good Plumbing Isometric View. This includes managing the scope of the view, the visibility of other pipe systems, getting vent pipes to display with the correct line type, and controllling the visibility of plumbing fixtures so tags are visible while the fixtures are not.

We start the process in a floor plan view where we have already created and designed the pipes. We will then go into a 3D view where we will walk you through the process to create a good Isometric view.

Check out the video for the best tips and tricks of Revit MEP Isometric Plumbing. 

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How to Manage Revit Grids and Levels in a Multidiscipline Environment

[fa icon="calendar'] November 10, 2017 / by Bruce Harris posted in Autodesk, AEC

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Today we're going to be discussing how to manage Revit grids and levels in a multi-discipline environment! Now, I'm looking at a floor plan in Revit, and the problem is going to manifest itself in grid lines, as well as if we create any kind of elevation or sectional view, so I'm going to start off by making a section view.

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How to create a KEYPLAN in a Revit Title Block

[fa icon="calendar'] September 01, 2017 / by Bruce Harris posted in AEC

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This Four minute Friday shows how to create a KEYPLAN in a Revit Title Block. We edit our Title Block, add a sketch and some labels, then create Family Parameters to control their visibility.

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