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AUTODESK TRAINED & CERTIFIED EXPERT. If you're a student who needs to learn the software, an individual needing to update their skills, a design professional needing help with presenting a 3D rendered drawing for their client, or an employer needing their staff trained using AutoCAD or Revit, I'm your go-to trainer! I can help "de-mystify" the software programs and explain the features in a clear and concise way, while teaching you how to use the programs with optimal efficiency. I have assisted many students in bachelor's and master's degree programs in the design context. I have trained employees in their transition from AutoCAD to Revit. I have worked over 15+ years in the design context, (architectural, engineering, and interior design firms) and possess an Architecture Degree. I have worked professionally training students and employers in Revit and AutoCAD for over 7 years. My expertise includes: preliminary design, conceptual design, schematic design, design development, bidding and negotiations, construction document submittals, construction document preparation, building codes, materials and methods, space planning, on-site field measurements, construction estimating, and residential/commercial building projects. I'm thorough, methodical, and patient in my teaching approach. I can train beginning to advanced learners providing tips and tricks to become an accurate and proficient drafter. With my formal experience, education, and training, you can have the confidence and assurance that you will receive the most up-to-date information from a qualified professional. Learn the programs the correct way, as they are intended to be used.
I have been using AutoCAD since 1999 starting with version R14. I became Autodesk certified from MTI College, at an Autodesk certified training center majoring in both Architectural AutoCAD and Electro-Mechanical AutoCAD drafting. I completed 986 hours of certified training and have over 20+ years' experience using AutoCAD. Training was focused on both 2D and 3D drafting. In the 2D program environment is where lines, circles, rectangles, and other geometry can be created. These objects can be manipulated and changed using the modification tools. All drawings are made in model space and plotting or printing is done in paper space. The 3D program is where the actual 3D modeling occurs. Drawings are created in model space in solid geometry and materials can be applied to give a more "realistic" appearance. The final product can then be plotted.
I am certified in Revit Architecture and also work professionally as a Revit Architecture 2014 Instructor. Revit Architecture stands for "Revise Instantly". In traditional CAD programs, when an object is modified such as in a door being removed from a wall, the door schedule does not reflect the change. Conversely, if a door is deleted from the schedule, the door in floor plan remains. The reason for this is because CAD objects do not maintain parametric relationships. In CAD, the geometry is not "linked" to other 2D objects. Lines are just 2D objects that have no connection to each other. However, in Revit, objects do maintain parametric relationships. So when a door or window is removed from a floor plan, the object is instantly removed from the schedule, elevation, and section plans. If a wall is moved, one perpendicular to it also follows along and maintains a relationship to the wall being moved. In the Revit project environment, all views exist in one file and can be accessed with one click of the mouse, unlike CAD files. In Revit, as the floor plan is being created, a 3D model of the building is actually being generated automatically creating elevations and sections. In CAD to draw walls, we have to create 2D lines and use the offset or copy tools, and then project lines to draw elevations and sections. Revit takes care of this. The new parametric technology makes designing faster and more accurate, so the designer can spend more time designing! Revit will also notify us if there is a conflict or interference in the design. A tool called "Work Sharing" allows all members of the design team to work in collaboration on the same project, (similar to using Xref's in CAD). Revit also has photo-realistic rendering capability bringing your project to life. Revit IS the leading edge software for architects, engineers, and Interior designers!
A Master In Revit And Autocad: The Best Expert Tutor Ever! — June helped me tremendously with learning both Revit and AutoCAD. She has taught me the software programs and also about building construction terminology, materials, methods, and techniques. She has a strong background in the architectural field that shows clearly in the way she communicates. She provided handouts of visual illustrations in order to help me translate my ideas digitally. I would H ...
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