This week has you creating a 2’-0” long x 5’-0” fin mullion to be used in a curtain wall.
- [Instructor] For the next couple weeks…I'd like to look at some curtain walls.…I know this class is on them,…but these are a little bit different.…So this week I want to look at making this fin mullion.…Then we can look at how the corners are going to join up.…So to get started let's jump into Revit.…Now under Families let's go New.…Let's scroll down to Profile Mullion,…let's open that up.…
The first thing I like to do is just increase my scale,…it makes it a little easier.…Let's make it inch and 1/2.…There we go.…Now it gives us a lot of tips,…so Exterior, Interior, Curtain Panels are trimmed…to where the profile sketch intersects…the Center Front Ref Plane, this one.…So that's cool.…So what I'd like to do is I want to have a little bit…of an offset here to go back into the building,…and then our mullion will just come out like this.…So to do that I'm going to right-click on this Reference Plane…and I'm going to Create Similar.…
On my Draw panel I'm going to click on my Pick Lines button,…then I'm going to Offset this two inches.…
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