Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating slanted columns, part of BIM Tools Weekly.
- [Instructor] Not all columns are plumb.…In Revit you can have slanted columns.…If you take a look at these columns,…obviously they have a slant to them.…We can draw these actually in plan.…For example, if I go to level two under structural plans,…we'll see that we have a column here,…but this column actually starts at column line two…and slants up to column line 1.1.…So when we go to a 3D view, here's our column.…I'm going to close out of here, and…we're going to jump into Revit.…
Under projects let's click structural, for the structural…template, or use your structural template.…Now, let's create a grid:…On the Structure tab let's click the Grid button.…Pick a point from here to about here,…you can eyeball the length.…Click on the Show Bubble button.…Hit Escape a couple of times.…Select column line one; click the Copy button.…
Pick a point on column line one.…Let's go to the left four feet.…We'll rename number two to 1.1 and hit Enter.…Very good!…Let's select column line one, and click Copy.…Select Multiple...…
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