Creating compound walls


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Creating compound walls

Eventually you're going to have walls that are going to require different materials on the sides. You're going to need to create these from Revit. Revit has what's called a vertical compound wall. These walls you can split vertically according to the materials. And you can even decide, distance wise, how much material you want to be included. So you can also add profiles and reveals to these walls. Let's take a look at how to create one.

I'm going over to Project Browser and First Floor. I'm going to click here. We're going to zoom in, and we're going to look at this wall right here. It's a generic wall. What I want you to do is come up here to Edit Type, and click on it. And then come over to Duplicate. And under Duplicate, we're going to call this an Interior Wood Wall, 4.5 inch. So we'll put in Interior Wood Wall, four, oh, let's make it six.

We'll make it, six inches, because we got a six inch wall here. And we'll press OK. Now that we have tha...

Creating compound walls
Video duration: 11m 43s 3h 34m Intermediate

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Creating compound 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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