Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating shared parameters, part of BIM Manager: Managing Revit.
- [Instructor] It's as if the parameters we use…to create our sheets aren't enough.…Well, unfortunately they aren't.…Let's take a look at how we use shared parameters…in Revit to allow us to have custom fields…in our title blocks, as well as in our project.…To get started, let's jump into Revit, of course.…I'm going to go to Families and then Open.…I'm going to browse to where I'm keeping my exercise files…and I'm select Border-With Revision Schedule.…You can grab any border you'd like.…I'm going to click Open.…Now, I'm going to zoom in on this corner down here.…
The problem is, I work in New York state,…and we work on school in New York state.…It's called the state education department.…Unfortunately, Revit doesn't have a parameter called…state education department number or SED number.…That's fine, we can create our own field…and put it in our label.…So, under Create, let's go to Label, let's use SU_Info…as the label type, and we're going to pick…a point down here, don't worry…about where you put it exactly, we can move it afterwards.…
- 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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