Adding extensions to railings


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Adding extensions to railings

Revit 2013 introduces a new railing extensions feature. We can take our railing objects, and we can build in top rails and handrails, and these top rails and handrails can have automatically generated extensions. Those extensions will allow us to build in code requirements, such as the distance of an extension that's required by the building code or adding a tread depth, and so on, to the extensions of our railings and have it take place automatically when we draw them. So I'm in a file here called Railing Extensions, and I'm going to zoom in down here at the bottom.

I've got two different railings here. And so to set this up, what I want to do is actually build two different railing styles so that we can do one that does returning back to the post of the railing, and we'll do another example with the other one that returns to the wall. I am going to select this railing right here, and go to Edit Type, and duplicate it, and I'll call this one Handrail Pipe and I&#...

Adding extensions to railings
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Adding extensions to railings provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2013 Essential Training

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