Revit For Interior Design: Adding Wall Sweeps and Trims


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Adding sweeps and trim to walls

One of the things that you might want to do is in your project, is to add in what are called wall sweeps and reveals, to the walls. Think about adding in crown molding, wainscot, and base trim along the wall. You can do this by using the sweep and reveal command within Revit. The reveals and sweeps need a host and the host for this is basically the wall. There are a number of standard profiles within the imperial library that you can use.

And if that is inadequate, you can always go ahead through the family editor and create your own. We're going to take a look at how to download some additional profiles. How to change 'em and then add 'em onto a wall. So, let's zoom in on this drawing here and we're going to go ahead and click on the Insert> Load Family>Profiles>Finished Carpentry.

And in here there's a number of finished trims available for you. Now if you need more, like I said, you can always go ahead and create more. We're going to pick up base two and crown one....

Adding sweeps and trim to walls
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Adding sweeps and trim to walls provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Ed Cotey as part of the Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls

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