Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating custom elevations, part of BIM Manager: Managing Revit.
- [Instructor] Creating custom elevations requires…two steps.…First, we'll need to make the body,…then we'll need to make the pointer.…After that, we'll combine the two and load it up…into our global template.…Let's jump into Revit.…Under Families, let's go New.…Now, I want to go to Annotations.…And I want to go to Elevation Mark Body.…And click Open.…I'm going to zoom into here.…I'm going to select this piece of text…and I'm going to click Delete.…Now we already have a square and a round elevation…marker, so let's create something a little different.…
I'm going to go to my Create tab.…I'm going to go to Line.…On my Draw panel, I'm going to click on my…Inscribed Polygon button.…I'm going to pick a point here.…I'm going to go three 16ths.…I'm going to zoom into here.…Now, I want to go to Create.…And I'm going to go to Label.…I'm going to put that label right in the middle.…I want this to be sheet number so I'm going to…Select Sheet Number, I'm going to click Add.…I'm going to put a hyphen under the A101 just to make sure…
- Setting up the Revit folder structure
- Creating a revision schedule
- Adding a symbol list
- Creating shared parameters
- Configuring your text
- Creating line types, weights, and patterns
- Configuring the underlay settings
- Creating custom grids
- Viewing templates
- Importing CAD details
Skill Level Intermediate
AutoCAD Customization for CAD Managerswith Josh Modglin2h 6m Intermediate
1. Company-Wide Workflow
2. Global Template Content
3. File Sharing
4. Master Details
Importing CAD details3m 22s
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