Join Ed Cotey for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a wall trim profile, part of Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls.
…Revit contains a number of 2D profiles that can be used as wall trim in a design.…You can also create your own, using Revit's Family Editor.…The editor is another function of Revit, and it allows you…to create content for your project and other projects as well.…The editor doesn't have as many ribbon tabs and panels as the project environment…does, but it has all the commands that you need to create 2D and 3D objects…that you can use, not only in your current project, but other projects as well.…
Once you've created the profile, you can use it in the current project…that you're working in or you can use it in other projects as well.…The process that we're going to use here is that we've got basically this one…project open here which is called Create Wall Trim.…And we have currently a in-place family arch door.…And what we're going to do is we're going to take some trim that…we're going to create in the Family Editor, and we're going to apply it.…
Now the trim that we are going to make, we can apply to any project.…
- Drawing interior walls
- Configuring wall height and alignments
- Changing wall types
- Aligning and splitting walls
- Creating compound walls
- Adding doors and windows
- Working with the Family Editor
- Adding sweeps and trims to walls
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating Interior Walls
2. Editing Interior Walls
3. Adding Doors and Windows
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4. Special Design Applications for Walls
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