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    Is Site Designer worth learing?

    I've just tried to use Side Designer tools. I've worked with Revit for a long time, but those tools feel very not Revit-like and hard to use. Is it worth to learn Site Designer or are there better ways to model building surroundings (I usually did pavements, roads with floor tool)?

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    (Just my opinion): Using Floors/Roofs and Roof Fascias/Slab Edges and doing them all MANUALLY, is still way more efficient than Site Designer.

    Using Floors/Roofs and Dynamo, is WAY faster than both. And better results. Head over to www.landarchBIM.com and start reading.
    Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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      #3
      I havent seen landarch before, looks very interesting. Thank you aaron for the link.
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        #4
        Yeah same here. That method for making a floor element match a toposurface looks cool. I've got to get on this Dynamo train, and soon. I started going through the Primer yesterday.

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