Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding the family to objects in a project, part of Revit: Families.
In this lesson, we're going to add the cove to a model and assign it to a wall …and to a sweep. It's time to introduce the family to the model. …This is a good moment, the fruits of your labor. …All your colleagues will herald you as a hero. …Then again, maybe not. It's hard to explain why you want to make …a family like this so parametric. Well, this family will be part of your …library for years. Thinking back, how many times have we …drawn a similar profile, or at least modified a similar profile, over, over, …and over again? The objective of this excersise is to …load our family into a model, and we're going to add the profile to a wild type.…
We will then use the same profile and a different kind of system family. …Open the file you saved called Cove and also find the file called Commercial …building, open that up and follow along. Make sure you're family is current. …What we want to do, is we want to load this into a project. …So go ahead and click on Load Into Project, on the quick acess toolbar, …
- Creating a basic profile family
- Creating a door family
- In-place massing
- Working with complex families
- Using yes/no parameters and if statements