Adding displacement paths


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Adding displacement paths

Once you have displaced elements it can be very useful to create leaders that point back to the element's original location. You can do this very easily with the displace path tool. And it helps us create some very nice diagrams that make it very easy to understand what the overall assembly looks like. So I'm in a view here called Paths and I have a wall and some windows displaced on the right. And let me start by just showing you how the Path tool works. All you have to do is select one of your displacement sets. And up here on the ribbon, you will see a Path tool.

Once you're in the Path tool, you can add paths to any displacement set. So you do that by just simply clicking on one of the points on the object that is displaced. And it will create a dotted line back to the original location. Even though I started with the windows, I can create paths to any displacement set in this view. So notice I can pick points on the displaced wall as well and even though it's in a different displac...

Adding displacement paths
Video duration: 6m 47s 2h 9m Intermediate

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Adding displacement paths provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Construction Modeling Tools

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3D + Animation CAD
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Revit
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