nVisionTEKBIM

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  1. Hi fellow ChiefTalk members! I'm currently available for new projects. If you have a need for architectural drafting services, please reach out to me here and/or by email at info@nvisiontekbim.com. I've been highly valued for high-quality drafting & modeling, as well as construction detailing. No sloppy work from me! My brochure is attached. If you'd like to see examples of my 3D modeling and drawings, please visit nvisiontekbim.com. I currently use version x14 and x15. I'm also an expert user of Autodesk Revit (LT), so if you need help with a Revit project, let me know! nVisionTEK, LLC Brochure.pdf
  2. I'm currently available for new projects! Please email me at info@nvisiontekbim.com to inquire about my services and how I can help you on your next project. I've been highly valued for high-quality drafting & modeling, as well as construction detailing. No sloppy work from me! My brochure is attached. If you'd like to see examples of my 3D work, please visit nvisiontekbim.com. For examples of construction drawings, please let me know what type of project you need help with, and I'll email you some examples. I'm also an expert user of Autodesk Revit (LT), so if you need help with a Revit project, let me know! nVisionTEK, LLC Brochure.pdf
  3. This worked for me! Thanks for the tip!
  4. Thanks for taking the time to look at this @solver. Sorry, I'll take note for the next time I post on here. Can you at least give some explanation of what you did? Otherwise, I don't what you did to solve the issue.
  5. Can anyone give me some tips on how to get these attic walls to look like the 2 photos? The brick wall goes up to the main roof, and the dormer walls are siding. I've went through all of the settings I could think of but I'm wasting too much time. Any help would be well appreciated!
  6. Thanks for the tip! I realized it's been a few years since I've used tech support, but I should start more often since paying for SSA gives us it.
  7. So, I have to call in order to get support to a bug I'm experiencing with x14? Is there not an online contact method instead? I guess I can call on Monday if I need to.
  8. For this new project, I used the auto exterior dimensions and then added a couple manual strings. The manual string is the one that will disappear when I work on another view and come back to it. Not all the time, though. Actually, right now I'm noticing my auto story pole dimensions totally disappear after I spent time renaming and editing them to snap to level lines (in elevation views).
  9. I don't know if this issue is limited to x14, but I've been experiencing my exterior dimension strings disappearing. I use construction lines for the exterior walls and dimension to them, and when I work on another view and come back, I notice 1 or 2 strings missing. It happens no matter how many times I redo them.
  10. I totally agree with you about BlueBeam. I've used it as an employee before starting my business and use the free viewer occasionally now for an architect that does live markups. It's just too complicated and expensive for basic printing and PDF tasks.
  11. PDF Architect has worked great for me. Very affordable and full of features.
  12. If your situation allows for it, you can have the base building as one Chief file, then reference in the other trades as overlays. I assume this would help keep the file size smaller, but I've never done this on a large commercial project. You'd just have to do clash detections and ensure the files are in sync. Also, limit your usage of things like furniture and use basic casing/trims. Revit is the industry standard for large commercial projects. Although, I could never figure out why so many people think Revit is good for residential lol