Adding columns


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Adding columns

Most buildings have columns, in at least some locations. Even many houses have a column or two in the basement, or on the exterior portico. Whether your project has one column or hundreds, the process to add them is fairly simple. In this lesson, we'll look at adding columns to a project that has column grids, and we'll also look at how we can add columns freestanding without grids. There are actually two kinds of columns in Revit. There is an Architectural column and a Structural column. The process to add them is fairly similar. The use case for each is slightly different. The Architectural columns are typically intended for an architect to use for placement purposes and/or to be used more like a column wrap, or a finished column material, where the Structural columns are typically used for the actual structural material that's holding up the building.

So do you need to use both? No, you can use one or the other, but you certainly can use both together in the same project, i...

Adding columns
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Adding columns provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2011 Essential Training

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CAD
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