Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Stair and railing enhancements, part of BIM Tools Weekly.
- [Instructor] There has been some enhancements…to stairs and railings, my favorite topic.…Every year I sit here and hope for some good stuff.…There's been some disappointment.…This year, however, it's looking better.…So this week, let's look at what's been enhanced…to stairs and railings.…We should also look at stuff to be careful of…and what is still kind of needing some attention.…I'm going to jump into the Revit course…and I'm going to find a file where I want to add some stairs to.…In my project browser, I'm going to go to floor plan level one.…
On my Architecture tab, under Circulation,…I'm going to click Stair.…Everything here is basically the same.…I'm going to click Run, make sure I have straight,…but here's where it gets a little different.…My base level is one, my top level is two,…however, multistory stair is not available any more.…We have to do it a little different.…So I'm just going to pick a point here,…go nine and nine, go in here, and pull it back.…
Now what I need to do is physically connect…
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