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February 1, 2018
50m 38s

Revit models get fast. As that complexity grows there are increasing opportunities for errors and file corruption. Users take shortcuts to create quick geometry, download questionable content from the internet, and insert myriad cad imports all in the name of efficiency. File size slowly creeps up and performance takes a beating until the file becomes complex completely unworkable. Perhaps to the point of being unable to even open the file. A properly managed file will never reach this point of failure. This video series is about the management techniques that can help you keep your Revit files in good health so that your team never notices a dip in performance.

About the author
About the author

A born and raised Utahn, Kory discovered Revit in 2003 and has never looked back. He began working in Architecture right after high school and continued working through his undergrad in Business Management and then took two years to travel and study Architecture in Oxford.

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