Simply put, if detailing does not work, then you will use Revit only as a schematic design application. It is imperative that you can detail in Revit efficiently. When firms fail in the attempt to use Revit, it is because of detailing. In fact, many of you who have bought this book may jump straight to this chapter. And why is that? It is because many people (this author included) buy into the concept of really cool 3D perspectives and one-button modeling.
Working with line weights
Drafting on top of the detail
Creating blank drafting views
Once we understand Revit, we find out immediately that the real hurdle in getting it to work lies in the detailing. Sure, you can cut sections and create ...