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August 21, 2013
Posted on August 21, 2013 by Curt Egli, Synergis Building Solutions Engineer:
Today I wanted to show you how we use displacement in Revit. Displaced views, also known as exploded views, are used as a communication tool – to help others understand how the components of your design fit together. Commonly shown from a viewpoint that is above and in diagonal from the right side of the model, components of the model are slightly separated by distance to show the relationship of those parts.
Here it is:
If you have any questions, let us know.
Talk with you soon,
Curt joined Synergis in 2011 as a Solutions Engineer for the AEC Building side with over 20 years of industry experience and both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Architecture as well as a BFA in Interior Design and Planning. He has software expertise in nearly all the Autodesk architectural software having spent much of his career with Autodesk as a Technical Account Manager, and prior to this working in the AEC and Utilities industries.
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