Another important aspect of placing adaptive components is feeding the points in the correct order to ensure predictable and reliable results on the resulting components. This means understanding how the specific component you are using is built and ensur
- [Instructor] In the previous video we discussed creating…a matrix of four points to feed…into an adaptive component by points node.…There we learned that we needed to create four points…and place those on sub-lists in an overall list structure.…We made a list of lists.…Those sub-lists are each of the individual…adaptive components, and then they contain…the placement points of each component.…We ultimately ended up doing that with a code block.…This is a simplified copy of that graph.…You can see my code block right here.…
I have two sets of points.…So, I'm going to get two adaptive components.…Each of those sets of points…is in the curly brackets right there.…What I want to talk about in this video is the orientation…of those points.…Let's run the graph, first of all.…That'll create the two collections of points,…the proper list structure,…and it will build these two solid forms here.…What would happen if we went into out code block…and we changed the order of some of these points?…I'm just going to change the x values of the last two points.…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- Placing a single Revit Family
- Selecting elements with basic selection nodes
- Lists and lacing
- Renaming multiple project views
- Adaptive component requirements
- Selecting elements by family type
- Joining multiple lists into a single list
- Removing the unwanted points
- Reorganizing points
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Placing Component Families along a Path
2. Renaming Multiple Project Views
3. Placing Adaptive Component Families
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