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Revit 2019 Family Tutorial Guide Storyline

The Families Class teaches both the conceptual and practical process of Revit Family Content creation

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More about the power of Families and how do we leverage them to decrease our workload

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Revit 2019 Family TutorialLearning Objective

My client wanted change the door swing from 90 to 45. Simple you think, nope. Well, first that actually is not the door panel you see in plan, second, there is no parameters applied to the symbolic lines. Image when I told them it would take me a half hour to make it work. What? Opening doors in Revit is a little harder than you would think.

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Parameters – width and height.

New Family Editor Tools.

Visibility Parameters v.


New Family Editor Tools

Visibility Parameters v. Visibility… controls

Visibility Parameters

Visibility… controls

Masses v.

Material Parameters – another look parameters

Family Defaults

Applied to each Mass

Controlled by Category, Type or instance

Openings – the host v. hosted families – reference planes

Another kind of Form Void

Cuts into the Host

A look at Joined Walls

Core concepts