Adding a gooseneck


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Adding a gooseneck

In this lesson, we'll be adding a post to the bottom of the stairs with a goose-neck that rises to attach to the railing. A goose-neck, for those of you who don't know, is a railing extension that curves upward or downward to tie the main railing to a post. We're going to load a predefined family into the model, which happens to be a post with the goose neck cap. To place the post, we'll need to cut a section through the staircase, then change some parameters. Of course, changing the material to reflect both cherry and walnut will be the finishing touches. To get started, open your revit file, called landings and railings, and follow along.

The first thing we need to do is load the family into our model. To do that, go to the Insert tab and click on the Load Family button. Browse to where you've been keeping all of your parts, and find the file called Post Up. Once you've found Post Up, click Open. What I'd like you to do now is go down to floo...

Adding a gooseneck
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Adding a gooseneck provides you with in-depth training on video2brain. Taught by Eric Wing as part of the Revit Stairs Workshop

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video2brain CAD
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Revit
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