Make your Naviate for Revit work smarter with pre-configuration

04 November 2022

By preconfiguring functions in Naviate already in your template, you can save a lot of time for yourself and your colleagues. In this example, we will set up a configuration for Naviate Publish in the Revit template. So that anyone who uses the template for a new project can get started right away with publish.

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Walk path with Sub Structure in Naviate for Civil 3D

25 October 2022

As much as I like to create complex corridors, sometimes you don’t need or want to go through all the steps that are required to create a corridor. In my example I am doing a short S-shaped walk path. The path itself is created by featurelines, which gives me a lot of freedom with the shape. It is easy to make the path wider in some areas or even add some steps if needed.

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Pipe Trench with a Road-datum surface and a Rock-surface

23 August 2022

Volume calculation for a Pipe Trench can range from easy as pie to complex as a maze. One aspect that complicates matters is that there is infinite (at least it feels like it) number of section layouts, and all of them need to be considered when creating a method for volume calculating. Almost everything is solvable though, and this post will explain what you need when working with multiple surfaces.

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Welcome to Naviate Community

11 August 2022

Ever since Naviate was launched we've been lucky to see the number of users grow. This growth of skilled and knowledgeable users hasn't been accessible to anyone outside each company joining us though. We've been thinking a lot about how we can help gather everyone in one place for ease of access and learning. Social media platforms were a start, but not ideal. It was time for the next step; a Naviate Community.

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Create custom families with Naviate Electrical

31 May 2022

Do you find editing and creating objects in Revit time cumbersome? It can be time consuming to create new objects in the family editor, but with the latest update in Naviate Electrical it is easy to create and combine 2D and 3D symbols.

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Import information from Excel with Naviate Plant Data

01 March 2022

Naviate Plant Data is an easy way of importing information from an Excel-file and apply the information to Civil 3D or AutoCAD objects. In this blog post I will describe how to go from information in a spread sheet in Excel to information attached to your design elements.

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