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Comic Break: "Annoying Revit Commands"

Comic Break: "Annoying Revit Commands"
Comic Break: "Annoying Revit Commands", © Architexts
© Architexts

There is an ongoing battle between architects and our tools of the trade. Whether you use a 2D drafting program like AutoCAD, or a BIM program like Revit, you have experienced a full spectrum of frustration. Like many architectural firms, the office of Franklin + Newbury Architects, depicted in our webcomic Architexts, has been trying to transition to BIM for years, and that transition has translated into blood, sweat, tears, and expletives. Software woes and transitioning from 2D to BIM are just a couple of the many topics found in our body of comics.

Recently, we decided we wanted to collect stories and insights and write a book about the realities of architectural practice, titled Architects, LOL. Check out Architexts for information on submitting your stories and insights for this book.

Cite: Architexts. "Comic Break: "Annoying Revit Commands"" 02 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/784708/comic-break-annoying-revit-commands/>
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