I'm sure you've seen plenty of presentations on how wonderful and versatile this 3D Autodesk® Revit® revolution is. You may be thinking, “This all seems too complicated for what I do. Why do I need 3D anyway?”
The answer is: You don't need 3D. What do you do to get a job out—that is, after the presentation when you're awarded the project? First, you redraw the plans. Next comes the detail round‐up game we have all come to love: pull the specs together and then plot. This is a simple process that works.
Well, it worked until 3D showed up. Now we have no real clue where things come from, drawings don't look very good, and getting a drawing out the door takes three times as long.
That's the perception, anyway. ...