Lighting Analysts was pleased to host noted Revit author and blogger, Mr. Dan Stine for two great sessions recently: Basic ElumTools for Interiors and Basic ElumTools for Exteriors. If you are new to ElumTools these are the sessions for you. You will learn basic use of ElumTools as well as Revit best practices for an ElumTools workflow. See the outlines as linked below. Recordings of these sessions are available for purchase in our E-Store.
Additionally, Dan hosted previous sessions targeted to those new to Revit that are more Revit-centric than the ElumTools courses above. These sessions are also available as recordings in our store: Basic Revit for Lighting Professionals and Intermediate Revit for Lighting Professionals. Outlines also below.
Dan also co-presented with ElumTools developer Matt Kincaid for an EXTREMELY relevant session on lighting fixture (luminaire) families: Revit Luminaire Families – Best Practices for Lighting Calculations. This is an evolution of Matt’s course given at Lightfair 2016, which was again updated and presented at Lightfair 2018.
About Dan Stine
Daniel John Stine, CSI, CDT is a Wisconsin registered architect, author, instructor, BIM manager, and architect working in the AEC field since 1991. He has used ElumTools since its original Beta program and presented on it in three different countries; including several locations in the United States. Dan also teaches a module on ElumTools in two separate classes at North Dakota University to architecture and interior design students. Dan is engaged fulltime as the BIM Administrator at a 250 person multi-discipline firm, providing training and support for all disciplines of Autodesk® Revit® (Architecture, Structure and MEP), AutoCAD® and Civil 3D®. Leveraging his professional and academic experience, Daniel has written the following textbooks: Interior Design using Revit 2017, Design Integration using Revit 2017 (Architecture, Structure and MEP), Architectural Commercial Design using Revit 2017, Residential Design using Revit 2017, Residential Design using AutoCAD 2017, Commercial Design using AutoCAD 2013, Chapters in Architectural Drawing? Hand Sketching in a Digital World, Hand Sketching, Adobe Photoshop and Google SketchUp for Interior Designers and SketchUp 2013 for Interior Designers. Mr. Stine’s Residential Revit book is the #1 Revit textbook in the United States, in the education market.