Completing the family


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Completing the family

So our pool table family is basically complete. It could use a few finishing touches, so in this movie I would like to add a few more little details to the pool table, and then the real test is to load it into a project and make sure that it's behaving in the project environment. So the first thing is is pool tables usually have that very recognizable green felt on the surface, so here in the 3D View, I'm going to come in here and locate the Extrusion object that we're using for the playing surface.

And there's a few ways you can do this next thing. I'm going to just do it the simplest way, and that is to come over to the Properties palette and locate the Materials and Finishes item. And you could see here that it currently says By Category. Now I like to affectionately refer to By Category as gray cardboard. So the entire Pool Table right now is this gray cardboard material. All we have to do is click in there, click the small Browse button, and that will...

Completing the family
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Completing the family 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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