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Hagerman Connection Blog

Dan Rosenberg

AEC Solutions Engineer, Hagerman & Company, Inc.

Recent Posts

Whats New in Revit 2023.1

Posted by Dan Rosenberg on Jan 27, 2023 11:01:20 AM

Watch as we explore the new product enhancements and issues resolved in the latest point release of Autodesk® Revit®. Autodesk has made some great enhancements, including improved routing solutions for MEP systems, multiple workflow improvements for Sheets, MEP Fabrication Parts improvements, and many Structural upgrades. Another huge addition is the integration with Twinmotion. With this enhancement, you can click one button and virtually explore your fully rendered model in real-time. 

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Topics: Reviews, Revit

What's New in Revit 2023

Posted by Dan Rosenberg on Jul 13, 2022 11:28:47 AM

Autodesk® Revit® 2023 was recently released and contains many great new and improved features and functionality. Please join us for an in-depth look at all of these enhancements to an already robust platform. This webcast is for all Revit users, covering topics related to Architecture, MEP, Structural, Interiors, Contractors, Facilities Managers, and more. We will cover six key themes: Design Productivity, Simulation & Analysis, Interoperability, Cloud & Data, Design Optimization, & Document Efficiency.

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Topics: Reviews, Revit

Customize Autodesk Revit Content with Shared Parameters

Posted by Dan Rosenberg on May 3, 2022 9:11:51 AM

Leveraging Shared Parameters in Autodesk® Revit® is a great way to customize your Revit content. Shared parameters allow you to create custom information displayed in tags and schedules across multiple projects and families, which is helpful for Revit users, especially MEP or Structural Engineering, Interior Design, and Architecture. This webcast demonstrates creating and implementing Shared Parameters for each discipline. This topic deals heavily with the Family Editor, so we discuss other relevant topics, including where to find vendor-provided Revit Families and how to implement them into your projects.

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Topics: Revit, Webcast