Wouldn’t it be nice if we got an update version of the Revit Families Guide?
Well, sadly, we don’t have it yet.
You can still access the 2010 version here and the 2009 version here.
I don’t know about you, but I would love an updated Families Guide for 2011.
Some of the information in this guide is invaluable. I have actually requested that Autodesk put together a comprehensive guide relating to Revit Categories (SR# 1-9298685321 – The help file does not describe the unique properties of each Category).
Here is an example of the information in the 2010 guide (this is copyright to Autodesk obviously):
I was interested in what I could find on Scribd to do with Revit – turns out there are some resources available. Have a look at some of the search results here:
autodesk revit architecture essentials search
Please note that I am not responsible for the legality or copyright of the content that others have made publicly available on the internet.
Here are some direct links:
Resource page at Sybex (CD resources)
There is some very handy BIM resources located on the Indiana University website at http://www.indiana.edu/~uao/iubim.html
Among other things, you can download the IU BIM Guidelines and Standards for Architects, Engineers, & Contractors document.
There are also some very handy links to other BIM resources.
Thanks to James Van of ArchTech for posting this one.
Some dead links below… here is a current one.
You may be interested in becoming either an ‘Autodesk Certified Associate’ or an ‘Autodesk Certified Professional’. If you are interested, check out the Revit Architecture Exam Guides. Direct link to the Revit Architecture 2010 Certification Exam Guide here.
Other links that you may find useful:
Revit Architecture 2009 Certification Exam Guide
AutoCAD Certification Exam Guides