Adding openings


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Adding openings

Once you have your basic geometry in place - like walls, floors, and roofs - you will begin the steady process of refining your model as the design progresses. In many cases, you will find that you need to cut holes in some of these other items, like simple passageways, or shafts for stairs, or shafts for elevators and equipment, or even skylights for dormers and roofs. In some cases, it might be easiest to just edit the sketch to represent that penetration. In other cases, you will want to create an opening object. Now, an opening object, there is a few different kinds that Revit includes, and they're basically all the same in the sense that they're all these void objects.

And a void object you sketch in a very similar way to a solid object. The difference is the void interacts with a solid object and actually cuts the hole in the host solid object. So let's go ahead and take a look. Here I'm in my condominium project. This file that I have onscreen is called Shaft, and ...

Adding openings
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Adding openings 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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Revit
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