If you haven't joined for a session with one of our favorite Revit trainers and a Revit Family Counselor, Donnia Tabor-Hanson, you should. You can watch the recordings or join for the next in the series on Thursday June 3rd this week for valuable Revit tips and tricks and bring your questions.
June 3, 2021
Once your bones and ligaments (I mean, your Reference Planes and Parameters) are set in a family it is time to start doing some muscle building.
Let’s talk about extrusions, sweeps, blends, and such, both solid and voids. See how the way a family is built has a lot to do with the weight of the family. Let’s explore some best practices for building muscle.
May 6, 2021
Component, or loadable, families in Revit need to start with a good structure. Let’s consider the Reference Planes as the Bones and the Parameters as the Ligaments of a Revit family. Delving into the properties of a Reference Plane and how they can help control a family will open your eyes to their strength. Parameters be they Shared or Family parameters form the ligaments for these bones. The power of that Shared parameter file and rules of editing it will enlighten you as to its use.
April 1, 2021
A review of the various types of families that Revit has including system, component, annotation, details, and datum. What is edited inside of a project? What is editable outside of a project? How do you choose the right template for families created outside of a project?
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